Foodpanda is going to the yummiest event in the Metro!
Brace yourselves for a truly mouth-watering culinary experience this October 15 as the UP Economics Society brings back to you Foodgasm Goes 2 Maginhawa! This year, Foodgasm’s second stint in Maginhawa, the famous food hotspot of Quezon City, will feature a whole-day food festival complete with a food-tasting competition, food-eating contest, bazaar and a concert!
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FOOD TASTING COMPETITION
Join us as we showcase the top dishes of the up and coming food businesses in the Metro, as they are deliberated by your votes and none other than some of the the city’s most revered chefs and food bloggers!
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A true foodie at heart? Show off your love for food the best way you possibly can — by eating your heart out! Come in groups of 3 and compete with other hungry groups for a chance to win cash prizes and gifts!
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If making your closet happy is just as important to you as making your taste buds happy, then we have got you covered! Shop ‘till you drop with our collection of various online store booths from 9AM – 12MN.
Great food and music are like great wine and cheese. They’re good on their own, and even better together. Take the chance to be serenaded by some of the most promising acts our local scene has to offer with our event’s own mini-concert.
Tickets are at P200 for pre-selling and P250 on the day itself. Reserve your tickets at Foodgasm 2016.
Get ready to indulge your taste buds for an amazing gastronomic adventure with the UP Economics Society! See you there!
For any inquiries, you may contact Jericho Lomoljo at 0917-804-8035 or email [email protected].
For more details, you can also visit Foodgasm’s official Facebook page at UP EcoSoc Foodgasm.
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