PHILADELPHIA, PA — The 8th annual Audi FEASTIVAL, co-hosted by Stephen Starr, Audrey ClaireTaichman and Mike Solomonov, will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at FringeArts (140 N. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19106).
World-class performance art and cuisine converge at the 2017 Audi FEASTIVAL for Philadelphia’s only powerhouse culinary and live arts bash benefitting FringeArts, on Thursday, September 28.
Created in 2010 by Audrey Claire Taichman, Audi FEASTIVAL’s magical design, exquisite culinary talents, and amazing performances thrill and delight an energized crowd representing Philadelphia’s diverse culinary business, social and cultural communities.
“Audi FEASTIVAL is truly a unique event that pushes the envelope, bringing together Philadelphia’s top leaders who enjoy the largest line-up of noteworthy restaurants and specialty food purveyors at a gala that has been hailed as Philadelphia’s “Party of the Year”. I am so proud to be part of a dynamic event that supports the cultural landscape of our city,” stated Audrey Claire Taichman. “We are thrilled that this year, Nick Elmi, chef and owner of Laurel and In The Valley joins James Beard Award winners, Michael Solomonov, Stephen Starr and I, as the newest Audi FEASTIVAL co-host.”
Featuring over 75 of Philadelphia’s top restaurants and bars for over 1,000 guests, this extraordinary event is held in collaboration with cutting-edge live performances from FringeArts, one of the most iconic non-profit arts organizations in the country.
This year’s Audi FEASTIVAL will celebrate the “Year of the Beard” acknowledging the Philadelphia-based 2017 James Beard Foundation award winners including Outstanding Chef, Michael Solomonov, Outstanding Restaurateur, Stephen Starr, and Best Chef Mid-Atlantic, Greg Vernick.
Audi FEASTIVAL concludes the annual Fringe Festival, a 17-day city-wide creative and innovative performance celebration, featuring more than 1,000 local, national and international performances curated by FringeArts, which also highlights self-produced work by independent artists.
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