KH News Desk
Gurugram-based food delivery platform Zomato announces the comeback of its annual festival after long wait. The festival was put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deepinder Goyal, co-founder and CEO of Zomato, announced on Twitter on Thursday that the fest called Zomaland will be held across seven cities in India including Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, and more starting this year. The carnival will see the participation of approximately 400 restaurants with 140 hours of entertainment. And they are slated to take place tentatively between November 2022 and February 2023.
“A glorious ensemble of some of the best restaurants, power-packed performances, stunning attractions, activities for all ages, and a plethora of immersive experiences, Zomaland by Zomato is wholly and truly an embodiment of all things good, great and amazing that constitute a carnival,” said the NSE-listed company in a statement. The previous edition, which happened in 2019, saw approximately 1,50,000 visitors, more than 300 restaurants serving about 3.7 lakh dishes. Prominent personalities such as Badshah, Harrdy Sandhu, DIVINE, Ritviz, Tanmay Bhat, Kanan Gill, Abish Mathew, Rahul Subramanian, and more also performed. Tickets for this event are available on fintech platform, Paytm Insider app. The Normal entry tickets cost Rs 499 whereas the VIP tickets start from Rs 999.