Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill, the most significant gathering of over 5,000 food enthusiasts in Ibadan is set to hold in the city of Ibadan this December.
The event which is billed to hold at the prestigious Ibadan Polo Club offers an irresistible assortment of culinary delights, workshops, competitions, and entertainment.
As an event seen as a grand celebration of flavours and culinary talent, Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill is poised to take Ibadan by storm, inviting over 5,000 food enthusiasts to savour the city’s finest cuisine. More than just a food festival, this event aims to serve as a springboard for local chefs while positioning Ibadan as a culinary powerhouse within Nigeria’s burgeoning fast-food industry, currently valued at a staggering N250 billion ($602.5 million) by the Association of Fast-Food Confectioners of Nigeria (AFFCON).
At the helm of this culinary exhibition is the convener Chiwendu Festus Wendy, CEO Wendy’s Kitchen, who passionately stated, “Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill is on a mission to create a platform for talented chefs to emerge and establish Ibadan as a culinary force in Nigeria. This inaugural event promises to be a feast for the senses, introducing over 5,000 food lovers in Ibadan to the exciting world of flavours and entertainment.”
What’s on the Menu?
Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill, the most significant gathering of over 5,000 food enthusiasts in Ibadan, offers an irresistible assortment of culinary delights, workshops, competitions, and entertainment. The event will feature an extensive selection of delectable dishes from both local and international cuisines, all gathered under one roof, ready to delight and entice taste buds. Expert chefs will lead engaging cooking workshops, revealing their culinary styles and demonstrating how effortless it is to craft exceptional dishes.
What’s more? Ibadan’s beloved radio presenters will step into the culinary ring in an intense cook-off, competing fiercely for the prestigious culinary crown. That’s not all; get to explore food and lifestyle exhibits that showcase the latest in culinary innovations, from modern kitchen gadgets to mouthwatering delights. Food photography enthusiasts will have the chance to shine in the Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill food photography contest, while live music and captivating performances will maintain the festive atmosphere throughout the day.
When and Where?
Set your calendars for Saturday, December 9, 2023, as all roads lead to the Ibadan Polo Club in Eleyele, Ibadan, for this culinary extravaganza.
Whether you’re a food lover, a brand seeking exposure, interested in sponsorship or partnerships, or simply looking for a fantastic time, Ibadan Chops ‘n’ Chill promises something exciting for everyone.
For inquiries, sponsorships, or further event details, reach out at [email protected]. Phone number: +234 913 0873 471
Get Ticket: www.ibadanchopsnchill.com
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