By our reporter

The Uganda food festival is set to rock revelers at Uganda Museum this September.

As we look forward to the 3rd edition of the Uganda International Cultural Fair, food will be the main focus for this year’s celebrations.

All cultures within and beyond Uganda will prepare their cuisines and sell off to revelers in affordable packages called samples.

The most celebrated local foods like Matooke, kalo, luwombo, eshabwe, bbo, marakwanga, malewa, nvuluga among others will be exhibited for three days at Uganda Museum.

International cuisines from the different communities including the Indian, Chinese, Turkish, Kenyan, Rwandan, Ethiopian, Mexican among others will be available with samples from as low as shs 1000, this could enable you sample all the cuisines or at least a quarter of them every day for the three days.

Alongside the great cuisines, different communities will showcase their cultural music, dress codes, poetry, Storytelling, comedy, games, technology, ancient beverages/brews and everything that surrounds their ways of living (culture).

The three days will give the Ugandan community an opportunity to experience the local and international cultures all in one place without having to purchase a bus/air-ticket to any of the destinations. All this will happen from 21st -23rd of September 2018 at Uganda Museum at shs5000 and shs2000 for adults and kids respectively during the 3rd edition of Uganda International Cultural Fair.