JK will be in Johannesburg in October, performing at the first DSTV Delicious International Food & Music Festival. This unique festival caters for both food and music lovers and is also held in a few other countries around the world.
DSTV, in association with Checkers, Ocean Basket, The Sunday Times, Sowetan and official beer partner Castle Milk Stout, are hosting South Africa’s first international food and music festival and will be bringing UK celebrity chefs Aldo Zilli, Ed Baines and John Burton Race to the Blue Hills Equestrian Estate.
These UK celebrity chefs will present their signature dishes at their own pop-up restaurants, which will include Aldo Zilli’s San Carlo Cicchetti, Ed Baines’ Randall and Aubin, as well as John Burton Race’s The John Burton Race Experience.
The first time I saw Jamiroquai performing live on stage was 13 years ago in Cape Town and it is still one the best live concerts I have seen so far.
If, like me, you have no clue who these UK celebrity chefs are, then check them out by clicking on their hyperlinked names below.
Reservations for the VIP Hospitality Experience at the pop-up restaurants can be made for lunch and/or dinner at a cost of R1 850 per head, which includes VIP parking with concierge care, access to the VIP lounge, a welcome drink, three course meal in one of the three international restaurants of your choice, bottle of wine and coffee. General admission entry will cost R380.
Tickets are available through Computicket. Tickets are R380 per day with children under 12 R100 a day and children under 3 are free.