Finally… the first Berawa Food & Wine Festival !
“I’m surprised Berawa hasn’t had its own Food & Wine Festival like Ubud and Sanur” (Richard, an expat living in Berawa for over five years).
The Berawa Food & Wine Festival (BWFWF) is the first “community festival event” of its kind. It will cater for the whole family, take place over one day and entry will be FREE.
The stunning venue, Tamora Gallery, the first lifestyle shopping village of its kind in Canggu will host this annual event.
BFWF will uplift, support and reflect the shifting face of Berawa. It will achieve this by showcasing local and International gourmet food, beverages and unique artisan products which call Berawa home. This will also include established brands such as Ulekan of The Good Food Brotherhood fame and some as yet undiscovered gastronomic treasures.
Twenty-five curated food & beverage stalls will meander their way through Tamora Gallery on Saturday August 10th, 2019 from 10 am to 10 pm.
To maintain its unique appeal each food stall holder must create at least one dish exclusive to BFWF and all F&B operators must observe the price guide of 50k per serve. BFWF is a supporter of its local neighbourhood and will feature an Indonesian Speciality Food Cart Corner (ISFCC) which will be price guide exempt.
There will be two entertainment platforms, one an exciting Kids Bazaar, the other in the entertainment arena which will feature some of the best creative talents in Bali; poetry/live music, stand-up and Vault deejays. The venue already has a cutting edge kids playground, skatebowl, forty-four properties comprising, shopping, lifestyle, eateries, health & beauty, the first VR lounge in Bali (Follow The White Rabbit), Genesis Creative Centre and the wildly successful Vault (Cocktail Bunker and Nightclub).
There will be competitions, activities and masterclasses conducted by industry heavyweights including, The Hatten Group (Hatten Wines and Two Islands Wines).
BWFWF is timed to coincide with the peak of the high season and well placed in the busiest stretch of Pantai Berawa (close to Finns Club). BFWF will attract between seven hundred to over one thousand visitors in its first year and over eight thousand by its fifth year. Thirty percent of the target market is expat families residing in Canggu – many of which are clients of Tamora Gallery and locals from Denpasar. International Tourists account for sixty percent, domestic tourists holidaying in Canggu from Jakarta and Surabaya the remaining ten percent.
BWFWF is conscious of the environment and its community whilst already moving towards a zero waste policy, promoting the use of no plastic and supporting the charity Solemen Indonesia. Come and join us…
Come and join us for a fun day!
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