After a two year hiatus, the fifth annual Taste of India festival returns to Nathan Phillips Square this summer. The two-day festivities begin on July 31, bringing a diverse exhibition of culture and culinary art.
Presented by Young Canadian Alliance & School of Flavours, this family-friendly event brought out more than 100 vendors & attracted over 80,000 back in 2019. Organizers call Taste of India “the largest Indian Food Festival in North America.”
And this year, expect to see classical dances, Bhangra, music, musical melodies by singers and a live DJ and rock the square from noon until 10 pm.
Besides the performances, organizers are promising a “foodie utopia”, along with flash mobs, competition, and activities for children. There will be raffle draws for audiences including travel credit vouchers, dinner vouchers, smart watches and more.
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Like previous years, Taste Of India promotes richness of culture & heritage through its art, music, dance, entertainment and cuisine.
And the best part is, the festival is free to attend!
When: July 31 and August 1
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West