Young Canadian Alliance & School of Flavours presents 3rd Annual “ BRARS TASTE OF INDIA FOOD FESTIVAL” powered by B4U on August 4, 2019 @ Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St W, Toronto M5H 2N2 from 12:00 Noon to 10:00 pm and due to Overwhelming public demand “TASTE OF INDIA FOOD FESTIVAL BRAMPTON” August 17, 2019 @ Sheridan College Campus 7899 McLaughlin Rd, Brampton, ON – L6Y 5H9. FREE and family-friendly event perfect for this summer with more than 60 vendors attracting over 65,000 in attendance. Be a part of Bollywood style dances, classical dances, bhangra, music, musical melodies by singers and a live DJ to rock the square.
About Taste of India:
You have 10,00 Taste Buds Fire up all of them @ Brar’s Taste of India food festival powered by B4U & Cool India brewery, With around 500+ different Indian dishes to try, Taste of India Food Festival is a foodie utopia. If you’re serious about food you can’t afford to miss it. Your taste buds would never forgive you.
Due to Public Demand this year Taste of India will also hosted in the largest South Asian Populated city Brampton with the Community Support Funding of Flower City Brampton.
A lot of events deliver on one or two of the senses but none can deliver on all 5 like Taste Of India Food Festival can. Visually you’ll be treated to colour and diversity; interactive street performers and activities that allow you to touch the fun; you’ll hear amazing music; your taste buds will be delighted by amazing flavours, and you’ll be seduced by all the gorgeous smells of the delicious street food.
So Grab your friends and take a trip into the mind-blowing, sensory feast that is
Brars Taste Of India Food Festival AUGUST 4, 2019 FROM 12:00 NOON TO 10:00 PM Venue – Nathan Phillips Square, (City Hall Toronto) Address: 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Taste Of India Food Festival powered by Cool India Brewery August 17, 2019 From 12:00 Noon till 10:00 Pm, Venue Sheridan College, Address : 7899 McLaughlin Rd, Brampton, ON – L6Y 5H9
Taste Of India Food Festival has been conceptualized as something completely unique. Street food culture is relatively fresh idea in Canada and is one that can make a significant contribution to the economic, social and environmental fabric
of the country. New this year we will have vendors from India displaying and exhibiting their cuisine.
We envision this event as a convergence of joyful celebration and bustling bazaar. A place where producers, manufacturers, food vendors and restaurants can showcase what they have to offer in a happy, relaxed and enjoyable environment.
This will deliver patrons a unique opportunity to interact, share passions, and communicate with stallholders in a festival like setting. Interaction, communication and shared experiences are the keys to understanding different cultures.
“At School of Flavours we believe that Food is more than nourishment. It is a repository of culture, a carrier of traditions, a sign of friendship and hospitality, and of course, a symbol of celebration,” describes Ms. Rinku Shah, Founder & CEO, School of Flavours Ltd.
“School of Flavours aims to be an institution which promotes richness of culture, tradition and heritage by connecting diverse communities together in an inclusive way to empower social & economic development of Canadians & people across the globe,” adds Ms. Rinku Shah.
“We are excited to Celebrate 3rd year after successful execution of 2 years having more than 60000 attendance. Taste Of India Food Festival Toronto & Brampton welcome you to indulge in North America’s largest Indian Foodie Utopia and get entertained with Bollywood Dhamal, Masti, Music, Dance performances, Singing, food competitions and lots more. It is an “FREE PUBLIC EVENT” and expected attendance of over 65000, said Mr. Vrajesh Shah, Director, Young Canadian Alliance.
“This festival will give you an experience with the TOP South Asian Chefs of GTA and India that will tease your taste buds to the fullest and ever-vibrant South Asian culture and heritage by famous local performing artists will keep you interested,” throughout the day.
There will be frequent raffle draw for our audiences including travel credit vouchers, dinner vouchers at our participating restaurant partners and more. The Festival will be supported by several local businesses and artists who’ve donated money, time, and talent to support the community.
For more details about the Taste of India food festival visit
For Donations | Vendor | Sponsor inquiries and applications please contact Vrajesh Shah at email@example.com | 416.735.9954
For Media | Arts | Dance inquiries contact Rinku Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org | 647.390.9954