Posted on August 19, 2011 at 3:00 am

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TBICF Lineup of Performers has been updated!

Curry fans all over the world, the lineup of performers for the 1st annual Tamba Bay International Curry Festival (TBICF) has been updated!

The lineup, so far, consists of Sonna Rele, Roach Killa, DangerPowaz, Donnie Klang, Ruben Studdard, Mr. Majestic, and MANY more to come!  Curry is a food that is found in countries all over the world, so the entertainment for this event has been selected accordingly. The performers will help bring the crowd together  and share cultural experiences to ensure authenticity of the program. In the mean time, check out their music! We guarantee you won’t be disappointed!

Sonna Rele:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RfPwKf7AHs

Roach Killa:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4awiK4szKm8

Donnie Klang:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVdy0QIqyI0

Ruben Studdard:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmiiUqeKwnI

DangerPowaz and Mr Majestic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bUWq69kg4Y

The event is, in fact, a charity event and a curry cooking competition. TBICF will feature curries prepared by people from all over the world. The overall theme at the Festival will be to spotlight the varieties of amazing curry cuisines, music, food preparation seminars and demonstrations, music performances, and adult beverages that are paired with curries. Taste your way around the world at the event of flavor.

All guests are invited to taste samples or go for the full plate option from over 50 food vending operations that line the park in the outdoor setting. Along with culinary favorites prepared from the US, India, Africa, Thailand, China, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Canada and England and parts of the Caribbean. TBICF is $10 to attend after 3pm.

Cooking demonstrations by the area’s top chefs offer guests the full culinary experience with opportunities to eat and learn. Participating vendors, cooking experts and chefs from national and local restaurants take turns throughout the weekend demonstrating their craft making the Festival as much about the culture of food as it is about consumption.

Music and dance are not confined to the stage as groups roam the site throughout the weekend, providing entertainment. The festival is kid and family friendly. The Festival will close out the evening with energetic live music on the main stage

Vendors may offer guests a recipe card, detailing the ingredients and directions on making one of their favorite culinary delights at home. By collecting recipe cards at each vendor’s booth, guests can go home with an entire world curry cookbook.

Stay tuned with UrbanAsian for all the updates on TBICF!

$10 dollars after 3pm!!! Bring your family and friends – Free Admission before 3pm – 3 pm on wards it will be 10 dollars per person. More details coming soon!