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Audiocenter’s K-LA rocks at India's biggest food truck festival ‘Horn Ok Please’ in Delhi

India's biggest food truck festival has happened in the capital city of Delhi. Yes! Food Truck Fest is trending and was held in November 2017 in Delhi. What one could have asked for more than India's top food trucks, all at one place serving the best of the cuisines one has ever had!
With the mild chill in the air, comes the season of devouring lip-smacking delicacies and what better way to spend your weekend indulging in a culinary journey at the Food Truck Festival that returns to Delhi with its second edition.


 

Over 50 varieties of waffle, an assortment of barbeque treats, and a wide range of homemade cocktails, were up for grabs at this exciting food truck festival, 'Horn Ok Please', which began on 4th November, 2017 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium that played host to over 40 food trucks including Something Saucy, The Lalit Food Truck, Eggjactly, Foodrath, Burnout, Grubtrotters and Street Junction from Ludhiana among others.

 
"We're super excited to associate with a giant brand like Pepsi, India's most beloved beverage brand and this time around, we intend to make the festival much bigger with elements of newness and many food trucks debuting at Horn OK Please," Digant Sharma, organizer of the festival and founder of So Delhi was quoted in a report by PTI.


This amazing foodie event had 8 of the Audiocenter K-LA212-DSP’s set up on the main stage, that held the musical evenings on both the days. The powerful 1600W active line array system was coupled with 2 of the K-LA218-DSP dual 18” 2800W RMS subwoofer and 2 of the Audiocenter SW218M dual 18” 2000W RMS subwoofers.


The system truly rocked the show on the 4th and 5th of November, with live bands playing until late in the evening and music going around throughout the day. The live bands performed some of the iconic Green Day and OneRepublic songs late on the 5th of November which was a sight to watch. 
Sharma was also heard quoting “Horn Ok Please would not have been possible without the music and enjoyment that DNS Events provided with, each and everything was taken care of from the moment the event had started early on the 4th” .

 
Some of the other major highlights were the 60-foot-long barbeque trailer, India's first barbeque bike and a waffle mart that will have about 50 varieties of waffles. The customers also witnessed a plethora of dessert carts and a marketplace featuring homemade goodies that were also a part of the two-day mega event.


Moreover, to ensure a memorable experience for the visitors, there was also a flea market selling just about everything; from stationery to accessories, and from apparel to handcrafted goods, along with vibrant music evenings that Audiocenter and its ever reliable K-LA line array series has always done so well on, the locals truly enjoyed an entertaining evening in the capital. The festival bid a successful goodbye on 5th November, 2017.

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