Engen debuts sponsorship of DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival

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Engen has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement as “Official Fuel Partner” to the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival, set to take place at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand on 21 and 22 September 2019.

“Engen is pleased to partner with the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival and we look forward to providing experiences of convenience for our customers and festival goers,” comments Bulela Mkandawire, Engen’s Corporate Brand & Sponsorship Manager.

Dubbed South Africa’s premier lifestyle event, the two-day festival welcomes the entire family to indulge in the best food and entertainment.

Included in this culinary and music extravaganza is a safe, educational and entertaining designated children’s area sponsored by Engen, known as the Engen Kids Fest.

Designed and curated, the Engen Kids Fest will boast a range of fun areas to explore for all kinds of bright-eyed explorers.

“It features a world of play and learning combined into one memorable experience that shows how much Engen really cares about its customers,” says Mkandawire.

Trained child minders and security will be onsite at the Engen Kids Fest throughout the two days of the festival.

“Our sponsorship of the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival provides Engen with a platform to actively engage and connect with our current and future market in a relevant and purposeful way”, adds Mkandawire.

Engen Kids Fest allows children between 3 and 13 years-old to enter a mini fest of their own where they will be able to enjoy a range of cool activities from art classes, drawing and colouring, interactive Lego building, live shows and entertainment, outdoor activities, a mini library, slot car racing and F1 gaming simulators, and much more.

The Engen Kids Fest will also offer healthy and nutritional food and refreshments throughout the day inspired by multi -award winning culinary expert and food extraordinaire, Siba Mtongana. 

A mini pit stop will be available to adults for phone charging, water and coffee, as well as a sleeping space for smaller children, changing stations and nurture stands containing sunblock, sunhats, water and wet wipes.,

The Engen Kids Fest will close at 19h00 on both nights. Parents will be requested to register and will receive a barcode that tags adults to children enabling updates to be sent to parents throughout the day.

Tickets to the Engen Kids Fest are R295 per child, per-event day, and can be purchased at Howler. Visit Engen Kids Fest Tickets for more information.