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Come have loads of Fun, Great Food & Drink at the #EatDrinkFestival | Sunday, July 17th, 2016



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Eat.Drink.Lagos is pleased to announce the second edition of its food festival: #EatDrinkFestival Powered by PayWithCapture.

Recently featured on CNN, Lagos-based food bloggers Folly and Nosa invite the public to partake in an unmatched culinary experience with the city’s finest food vendors. At the one-day festival, guests will be able to eat and drink from an extensive and varied selection of Lagos’ best food vendors.

In its first year as title partner, PayWithCapture will be testing out a new feature – ticketing events via the marketplace.

“#EatDrinkFestival is a free event so you won’t be charged, but we’d also like to know what our users think of this coming on as a full-time feature,” said Demilade Egbeyemi, PayWithCapture Product Manager.

He further added,

“We love the work that Folly and Nosa do on their blog, and we loved the first #EatDrinkFestival, so this is definitely a partnership we’re very excited about.”

#EatDrinkFestival Powered by PayWithCapture will feature some of the most sought-after food and drink vendors in Lagos, and also present will be Lagos’ feel good hit music station Urban9 6.5 FM. Join us for a day of great food, drinks, and fun.

Date: Sunday, 17 July 2016
Time: 12pm to 7pm
Venue: Fantasy Land, Ikoyi, Lagos
Admission: Free

Media partners for the festival are BellaNaija, Culture Custodian, Guardian Life, Nothing To Do In Lagos, OloriSuperGal, and Urban 96.5 FM.

For more information and to be the first to receive further details, check out

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  1. seyi

    June 8, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    Great!! Attended the last one. Superb!!

  2. xxxx

    June 8, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    And it’s free and they have asun.
    This lagos isn’t bad oo.rotfl

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