Get Your Tickets Online for The Food Show Wellington!   5 Mar 2013

The Food Show

The Food Show Wellington!
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Wellington food lovers rejoice, The Food Show is coming to town. There’ll be more food, more wine, more celebrity chefs, more fun and more inspiration than ever before.

Limited pre-sale tickets are available from 9am on 6 March – and for just 48 wee hours – tickets are an absolute steal at just $20 per ticket, be quick so you don’t miss out!

Running from Friday 24th until Sunday 26th May, The Food Show Wellington will be cooking up the best from the world of food and drink at the Westpac Stadium. Taste, smell and enjoy, this is a culinary experience to be enjoyed on every sensory level!

This year the Electrolux Cooking Theatre hosts celebrity chefs Ray McVinnie and Simon Gault, plus fellow MasterChef NZ judge Josh Emett makes an appearance for the first time at The Food Show Wellington. Another newcomer is Dr Libby and Chef Cynthia, who'll be preparing signature dishes from The Real Food Chef, Dr Libby's NZ best-seller which has sold over 20,000 copies since it's release only 5 months ago.

What’s more, there’ll be top chefs preparing beautiful baking masterpieces at the Kenwood Kitchen, where you can learn from the best so you can cook like a culinary-star at home.

Between cooking demos, wander around the exhibitors to sample from hundreds of stands and indulge yourself in exclusive show-only prices. Be inspired by tasting new food, meeting food producers and discovering new ideas. If you’re a foodie there’s no other place to be.

Head to www.foodshow.co.nz to view exhibitors and live cooking demos now. Create a personal show itinerary online, with a handy interactive map to save time on the day – and share your itinerary with friends via Facebook and Twitter.

The Food Show Wellington will be announcing more details in the coming weeks with more new products, show specials and details about the Culinary Fare to name a few. Tickets will return to standard prices at 9am on Friday 8 March, after the 48- hour pre-sale.

Website: www.foodshow.co.nz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheFoodShowNZ
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TheFoodShow

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