Sep 15, 2016
The Grind is back at it again. After successfully wowing us with the Lagos Grill and BBQ Festival they are set to unleash the Abuja Grill and BBQ Festival on the 1st of October, 2016 to coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the brand- The Grind. The Grind is an all-round entertainment brand majoring in Grill and BBQ events mixed with music, culture in a fun filled matrix, spearheaded by The Grill Master Grind; Francis Ebie.
The Lagos Edition was nothing short of amazing and ground-breaking. Music Artists like Falz the bahdguy, Simi ,Yung L, Fefe , Koker, Attitude ,Classiq , Kach ,Yinkz, Emmebangz and dance by Balamous dance team as well as Music by Guinness world record holder Dj Obi brought the lively audience to their feet and there were other side attractions including: Games, BBQ master classes, kids fun parks and other varieties.
‘’I have to say I was highly overwhelmed by the turnout and the overall success but eventually it’s down to hard work and proper preparation. It is always fulfilling to see your ideas grow and bloom in full daylight’’ Says the Chief Coordinator of the event
This year the organizers have made it easier to participate by increasing the slots available and also making it more affordable for new vendors
Last years vendors include:- Shirley’s shawarma, Rebhan grills, Barkono grills, Jalapenoes grill, Le Rouge chef, Grill party, Grills in and out, Grind grill, Sean B bbq, Japhar grills, Tree house grills, Frank prime hotdogs etc
The year’s event will also feature this top food vendors from across the nation’s capital, new entries and top bbq houses from Lagos etc, giving the guests a wide variety to choose from and savour. For Vendors/Exhibitors it’s an opportunity to market and explore the opportunities the festival brings, with the gathering of grilled food lovers and also promote the grill and BBQ culture, as well as their own businesses, showcasing their unique and different styles of grilling poultry, seafood, meats, fruits etc. In other words, “this is their own exclusive trade fair!“,
The Abuja Grill & BBQ Festival will hold at the exclusive and prestigious, Harrow Park in Wuse, and this destination will be transformed into a summer style festival with gazebos, comfortable seating areas, bars, cocktail tables and a big stage for the performances. There will be an entertainment host who will keep people entertained and keep the momentum going during entertainment intervals.
A section of the park will be for the kids with interactive games, bouncy castles, a game truck and play pens. The adults will also get to channel their ‘inner kid’ as there will be fun food competitions like ‘How many hot wings can you eat’ and the ‘fastest burger eater’ contests. The winners of these contests will go home with great prizes courtesy of the sponsors and partners of the event. Guests can look forward to entertainment from top musical, comedy and dance acts, including a special grill show and master classes from a Top chef in the industry.
‘’I will say just one last thing. The coming Abuja Grill and BBQ Festival 2016 is going to be the Lagos Grill Festival on steroids. Double the fun, Double the musical artistes, A double dose of everything! I can’t wait to reveal all the surprises we have planned for you all!’’ Francis Ebie concluded.
We would like to acknowledge last year’s Abuja grill festival supporters; Pepsi Nigeria, Jack Daniels, Rosebud Hotel, Easy Taxi, I_Blend services, Castle Milk Stout, Redds, Play Lounge Abuja, Cool FM, Multichoice, AIT, Raypower, Abuja Eats, Day & Night, Foodafricana, STV, iBrandNaija and Pulse,tv.
If you want to have a feel of last year’s event, please click the link below or follow on any of our social media handles
Click to watch last year’s festivities in Abuja : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCYt0UxePOk
For Sponsorships, partnerships, registrations and enquires contact The Grind: +234 803 333 3518|+2348064535579| email@example.com |www.abujagrillandbbqfestival.com
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