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India’s Favorite Food Delivery App brings back Zomaland Carnival- Bigger and Better!

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What do you do when you’re craving a sizzling hot chocolate brownie on a rainy day or a delicious delicacy from home anywhere? Be it deep into the night or fresh off the morning dawn, Zomato comes to your rescue and it has done it again. Zomato brings to you the biggest and best Food & Music Carnival in town on 22nd and 23rd February at the GMR Arena. After a stellar first edition earlier this year, food delivery giant Zomato is back with the second edition of its multi-city food and entertainment carnival Zomaland 2020 in Hyderabad. 

The blockbuster food festival has an array of incredible 50 plus celebrated restaurants, divided into five food zones along with 1000+ innovative dishes. Be it an American burger or dim sums from the Asian cuisine, Indian kebabs or Mexican tacos or a simple ice-cream for your sweet tooth, Zomaland Hyderabad would have a food zone for every palate from international to desi.  


Not just that, Zomaland 2019 has upped the game with larger than life attractions and an amazing line-up of 34 power-packed performances by some of India’s most loved artists. The performances include the soulful Ritviz, Tanmay Bhat, Baadshah, DIVINE, Rahul Dua, Siddharth Bendi and many more! Besides these enthralling performances, the Zomaland food festival is also bringing the world’s first hawker chef to be awarded a Michelin Star to India.

Come one and come all! Get on the Flavor train starting from Flavors of India to all the way to  Dessert District where sweet dreams come true. Be all aboard or stop for a quick maneuver for an All American Feast or go around the world with a global trip for your palette.  

Get your tickets to Zomaland on the Zomato app or on the Insider website. The tickets will grant you entry into the wonderland of food, beverages, music and fun (food, beverages, games, etc. will be charged separately). Tickets can be purchased for particular dates and not the entire duration of the festival.



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