Kothu Fest 2017 @ Scarborough Civic Centre, Toronto [12 August]

Kothu Fest 2017

11:00 - 23:00

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Scarborough Civic Centre
156 Borough Drive, Toronto, Ontario M1P 4N7
EXTRA EVERYTHING. Kothu Fest returns for the third year on August 12, at Scarborough Civic Centre.

Come out and join us as we celebrate some of the best kothu roti in the GTA alongside boomin' local talent.

Kothu Roti is a Sri-Lankan street dish made from roti, vegetables, egg and/or meats. A staple food of the country, it has found its way into Toronto and has won the hearts of the city.

WHEN: August 12, 2017 from 11am to 11pm
WHERE: Albert Campbell Square (Scarborough Civic Centre)

This FREE event will:

— Showcase some of Toronto’s most renowned and popular Kothu Roti vendors
— Amazing local entertainment from diverse and emerging artists
— And your choice to crown the «People’s Choice – Best Kothu Roti Award»

Interested in becoming a vendor? Call/text at 647-671-8343 or email at [email protected] for more information!

Volunteer and gain experience working with festivals, free food, hours, and goodie bags. Sign up below:

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram instagram.com/kothufest and use our hashtags, #KothuFest & #ExtraEverything.

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