DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival in pictures

The Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit hosted the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival for the second time this past weekend, and it was one for the books. There were great performances, excellent food and fantastic crowds (even a thunderstorm couldn’t stop the festivities). Here are some highlights:

The event took off with a bang. Kwaito group TKZee took the audience on a journey down memory lane.

The event took off with a bang. Kwaito group TKZee took the audience on a journey down memory lane. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

Actress and media personality Nomzamo Mbatha kept the crowd entertained.

Actress and media personality Nomzamo Mbatha kept the crowd entertained. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

The Gauteng Tourism Authority was well represented.

The Gauteng Tourism Authority was well represented. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

The main international headliner and one of the highlights of the event, rapper Common.

The main international headliner and one of the highlights of the event, rapper Common. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

A chilled day at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit.

A chilled day at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

DJ Black Coffee made sure rain did not dampen the mood.

DJ Black Coffee made sure rain did not dampen the mood. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

Thandiswa Mazwai gave a powerful performance.

Thandiswa Mazwai gave a powerful performance. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

It wouldn’t be the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival without some tasty eats.

It wouldn’t be the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival without some tasty eats. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

Instant ice cream, using liquid nitrogen. We call that innovation.

Instant ice cream, using liquid nitrogen. We call that innovation. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

Movie time!

Movie time! (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

Gauteng Premier David Makhura showed off his carving skills and served patrons some meat.

Gauteng Premier David Makhura showed off his carving skills and served patrons some meat. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

More delicious treats. Everyone was spoilt for choice.

More delicious treats. Everyone was spoilt for choice. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

There were drinks, too, of course!

There were drinks, too, of course!