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Zomato’s food carnival, Zomaland is back! Event dates & how to book tickets? Full details

Zomato food festival 2022 is here again for the first time after a hiatus of two years. Get to know Zomaland dates, cities covered, ticket prices, artists' lineup, and more!

by Vrushali.S Updated: 07 Oct, 2022, 13:25 IST
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Zomato, CEO and Founder, Deepinder Goyal announced yesterday on his Twitter channel that the restaurant aggregator and food delivery company, Zomato is bringing back its once-in-a-year food festival, Zomaland. As per Zomato, this year’s Zomato food carnival, Zomaland 2022 is going to be their grandest season ever with the carnival setting up its tents in 7 cities, 400 restaurants, and boasting 140 hours of entertainment with a range of artists.

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Last time when the Zomato food festival was hosted in 2019, we got to see some stellar performances by stars and artists like Badshah, Harrdy Sandhu, DIVINE, Ritviz, Tanmay Bhat, Kanan Gill, Abish Mathew, Rahul Subramanian & more. More than 1.5 Lakh people visited the Zomaland festival and over 3.7 Lakh dishes were served. Let’s find out the details for this year’s Zomato’s Zomaland Food Carnival.

Zomato food carnival, Zomaland 2022 dates for different Indian cities

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  • Zomaland dates Pune: 5th & 6th Nov 2022

  • Zomaland dates Mumbai: 12th & 13th Nov 2022

  • Zomaland dates Ahmedabad: 26th & 27th Nov 2022

  • Zomaland dates New Delhi: 17th & 18th Dec 2022

  • Zomaland dates Hyderabad: 21st & 22nd Jan 2023

  • Zomaland dates Bengaluru: 4th & 5th Feb 2023

  • Zomaland dates Kolkata: 25th & 26th Feb 2023

Starting from the 5th of November 2022, the Zomaland food carnival would last till February 2023 and the finale of the Zomato food festival event will be hosted in the City of Joy, Kolkata.

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Zomaland 2022 Ticket Prices

Zomato’s food festival event ticket prices are already live on the Zomato app. The Early Bird Tickets of Zomaland cost about Rs.499 currently while a VIP ticket would cost you about Rs.999. A general Early Bird Ticket gives you basic access to the event and artist’s performances and the VIP Zomaland ticket gives you a “separate entry, VIP bar & dedicated space closer to the stage” as per Zomato.

Do note that these tickets only give you general access to get inside the event and the artist’s performances. For any extra food or beverages, you would have to pay separately at the Zomaland event.

A single ticket is valid for only a single day, meaning if you wish to visit Zomaland once again the next day after your previous visit, you would have to purchase a new Zomaland ticket for yourself. Also, the Zomaland event ticket can only be scanned once which means you cannot re-enter the event with the same ticket once you get out of it.


How to Book Tickets for the Zomato food festival, Zomaland?

The online ticket booking for Zomaland has already begun. Currently, you can easily book online tickets for Zomaland on Zomato mobile application. Apart from this, you can also book offline tickets for Zomaland from Paytm Insider Box Office at the respective venues, subject to availability.

On a side note, you can also check out our Zomato coupon codes to get additional discounts on your Zomato purchases

See Zomato Coupon Codes!


What can we expect from Zomaland 2022?

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Zomaland is the food festival of Zomato hosting a plethora of exciting events, an ensemble of restaurants. power packed performances by artists, stunning attractions and much more. Though Zomato is yet to reveal more information on what artists we would be getting to experience in its this year’s food carnival, we believe the wait is certainly worth it.


FAQ on Zomato Food Festival Event, Zomaland
  1. What is Zomaland?

Zomaland is Zomato’s food festival carnival which Zomato hosts every year in different Indian cities. Visitors get to experience grand artist’s performances, fun games and activities, stellar food options and stunning attractions.


  1. What are Zomaland dates?

This year in 2022, Zomaland is starting on date 5th Novemeber. The Zomaland event would end on date 26th February 2023


  1. How to visit Zomaland?

You can visit Zomaland with your friends, family and loved one’s. To visit Zomaland, you would first need to purchase Zomaland event tickets for your respective city and the date you wish to visit the event. You can easily book online Zomaland event tickets on Zomato mobile app.

We will update here once we get more information on the Zomato food festival of 2022, Zomaland Carnival. Till then, do let us know if you have any questions.

Are you planning to visit the Zomaland festival?



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Appears to be flop show. Zomato seems to be going down. Restros are leaving the platform after finding out it's not worth it considering Zomato commissions and without restro Zomato would be dud as awareness amongst restro spreads. Only way to survive for Zomato or similar platforms is to keep commissions to minimal. Freaking 30% cut is like hitting hammer on one's own toe. Zomato pro plus or whatever membership also is left hanging for quite a few months. Most restro can do business independent of Zomato and swiggy and still survive, flourish. But Zomato , swiggy can't survive without restro. It's plain and simple logic which top mba grads don't seem to understand. 
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Nagesh77 wrote:
What are the benefits ? Do we get free food or something else.
Ticket only includes entry to the event. Food or games or anything else is not included and is paid
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rohan8397 wrote:
Then where are restros going? They have to go somewhere to get orders.
Few Restros i know which get 100s of order and hugely popular started delivering orders directly bypassing apps. They take order on call.

Also there is new platform, may be that exploits restros less, which restros have started using.

All aggregators, including ola and uber, world over unless they reduce their commission... They have no future. They burnt money like stupid for getting delivery guys or cab drivers and customers onboard their platform as a part of promotion but if they start taking undue benefits...

their death is certain. It's writing on the wall.

Analytics was their cherry on the cake but with orders analysis would be a joke.

Only governments have power to exploit common citizens without limits and still survive stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes. Though people leave countries too stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye.

Food delivery is awesome concept and need of the hour but that doesn't mean companies eat half or less food (metaphorically speaking) from every order.
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What are the benefits ? Do we get free food or something else.
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Nagesh77 wrote:
What are the benefits ? Do we get free food or something else.
Ticket only includes entry to the event. Food or games or anything else is not included and is paid
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Nagesh77 wrote:
What are the benefits ? Do we get free food or something else.
No @Nogi  purchasing a ticket does not give free food benefits. With a ticket, you can only get access to the event, and see the artist's performances. For any other service, there would be charges. You can think of these tickets as something like an entry fee. 
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Anybody been before? How is it?
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Appears to be flop show. Zomato seems to be going down. Restros are leaving the platform after finding out it's not worth it considering Zomato commissions and without restro Zomato would be dud as awareness amongst restro spreads. Only way to survive for Zomato or similar platforms is to keep commissions to minimal. Freaking 30% cut is like hitting hammer on one's own toe. Zomato pro plus or whatever membership also is left hanging for quite a few months. Most restro can do business independent of Zomato and swiggy and still survive, flourish. But Zomato , swiggy can't survive without restro. It's plain and simple logic which top mba grads don't seem to understand. 
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anyone who has gone previously can comment if worth?

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maverickrohan wrote:

anyone who has gone previously can comment if worth?

Same question
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harpy.eagle wrote:
Appears to be flop show. Zomato seems to be going down. Restros are leaving the platform after finding out it's not worth it considering Zomato commissions and without restro Zomato would be dud as awareness amongst restro spreads. Only way to survive for Zomato or similar platforms is to keep commissions to minimal. Freaking 30% cut is like hitting hammer on one's own toe. Zomato pro plus or whatever membership also is left hanging for quite a few months. Most restro can do business independent of Zomato and swiggy and still survive, flourish. But Zomato , swiggy can't survive without restro. It's plain and simple logic which top mba grads don't seem to understand. 
Zomato is flop show only in every aspect
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harpy.eagle wrote:
Appears to be flop show. Zomato seems to be going down. Restros are leaving the platform after finding out it's not worth it considering Zomato commissions and without restro Zomato would be dud as awareness amongst restro spreads. Only way to survive for Zomato or similar platforms is to keep commissions to minimal. Freaking 30% cut is like hitting hammer on one's own toe. Zomato pro plus or whatever membership also is left hanging for quite a few months. Most restro can do business independent of Zomato and swiggy and still survive, flourish. But Zomato , swiggy can't survive without restro. It's plain and simple logic which top mba grads don't seem to understand. 
Then where are restros going? They have to go somewhere to get orders.
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rohan8397 wrote:
Then where are restros going? They have to go somewhere to get orders.
Few Restros i know which get 100s of order and hugely popular started delivering orders directly bypassing apps. They take order on call.

Also there is new platform, may be that exploits restros less, which restros have started using.

All aggregators, including ola and uber, world over unless they reduce their commission... They have no future. They burnt money like stupid for getting delivery guys or cab drivers and customers onboard their platform as a part of promotion but if they start taking undue benefits...

their death is certain. It's writing on the wall.

Analytics was their cherry on the cake but with orders analysis would be a joke.

Only governments have power to exploit common citizens without limits and still survive stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes. Though people leave countries too stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye.

Food delivery is awesome concept and need of the hour but that doesn't mean companies eat half or less food (metaphorically speaking) from every order.
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harpy.eagle wrote:
Few Restros i know which get 100s of order and hugely popular started delivering orders directly bypassing apps. They take order on call.

Also there is new platform, may be that exploits restros less, which restros have started using.

All aggregators, including ola and uber, world over unless they reduce their commission... They have no future. They burnt money like stupid for getting delivery guys or cab drivers and customers onboard their platform as a part of promotion but if they start taking undue benefits...

their death is certain. It's writing on the wall.

Analytics was their cherry on the cake but with orders analysis would be a joke.

Only governments have power to exploit common citizens without limits and still survive stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes. Though people leave countries too stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye.

Food delivery is awesome concept and need of the hour but that doesn't mean companies eat half or less food (metaphorically speaking) from every order.
May be creamy layer who pays 200 bucks for a burger or 800 bucks for pizza and so on... Won't bother about the extra cost but it's no brainer.. unless product and service is adopted by mass market, it's unsustainable.

Just look at jio 4g ROI and ROI of airtel, idea, vodaphone 3g. There is simply no comparison due to mass market appeal.
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So basically one is donating 499/999 to zomato 

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harpy.eagle wrote:
Appears to be flop show. Zomato seems to be going down. Restros are leaving the platform after finding out it's not worth it considering Zomato commissions and without restro Zomato would be dud as awareness amongst restro spreads. Only way to survive for Zomato or similar platforms is to keep commissions to minimal. Freaking 30% cut is like hitting hammer on one's own toe. Zomato pro plus or whatever membership also is left hanging for quite a few months. Most restro can do business independent of Zomato and swiggy and still survive, flourish. But Zomato , swiggy can't survive without restro. It's plain and simple logic which top mba grads don't seem to understand. 

I've managed more than 50 restaurants in NCR, and you know each penny of commission is paid by the customer. Nothing is being paid by owners. 

A burger that costs ₹20 and easily is sold at ₹50 through an outlet is listed as ₹150 on Zomato.

After the discount, it gets to us ₹90 (40% discount, the average discount on Zomato is usually 40% and 40% of ₹150 is ₹90)

Disposable charge:- ₹10

Total in-cash:- ₹100

Zomato commission:- -₹27 (30%) out-cash

Total Income:- ₹73 (This is ~50% more margin from the outlet sale)

This 50% is the space where an outlet place game, when he finds the outlet sale is down he pulls up the discount rate on the Zomato app and when he finds the outlet is crowded and the chefs are busy catering to them he either of the Zomato ordering or reduce the discount. 

Zomato & swiggy are blessings to the new-age restaurant owners who are smart and know how to benefit between customer's pocket & Zomato commission.

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looter143 wrote:

I've managed more than 50 restaurants in NCR, and you know each penny of commission is paid by the customer. Nothing is being paid by owners. 

A burger that costs ₹20 and easily is sold at ₹50 through an outlet is listed as ₹150 on Zomato.

After the discount, it gets to us ₹90 (40% discount, the average discount on Zomato is usually 40% and 40% of ₹150 is ₹90)

Disposable charge:- ₹10

Total in-cash:- ₹100

Zomato commission:- -₹27 (30%) out-cash

Total Income:- ₹73 (This is ~50% more margin from the outlet sale)

This 50% is the space where an outlet place game, when he finds the outlet sale is down he pulls up the discount rate on the Zomato app and when he finds the outlet is crowded and the chefs are busy catering to them he either of the Zomato ordering or reduce the discount. 

Zomato & swiggy are blessings to the new-age restaurant owners who are smart and know how to benefit between customer's pocket & Zomato commission.

So you mean, 50 bucks burger listed on Zomato for 150 is worth it? And do all customers get it for 100 bucks after discounts?

It depends on restro how much to mark up prices online on app. Not all mark up to such an extent. And neither all over India would find customers going for so much jacked up prices.

My opinion is based on talking with restro owners only. And i get sms from restro i normally get food from to order directly on call instead of using app. It's obvious, if restro find better and cheaper means to deal with customers, they obviously gonna go with it.

Btw i have 3 relatives working with Zomato too smiley. Two left. One moved to blinkit. All were working in offices, engg grads. Not delivery executives.

Are u with Zomato as well?
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I thought it's similar to local food festivals.. But after reading comments it's complete nonsense.. Local Food festivals are better than these..
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Unless you are so particular about VIP treatment, I think 499 is enough just to get in and find what is what. I personally think, reasonable price is 299 regular and 499 VIP. If any one have previous experience, kindly share. Also, Zomato food pricing is neither great nor bad. I do have rbl zomato card and with that I got Pro Plus. So, for me it's ok including various offers. But main concern is quantity, in most cases food is hardly sufficient. But without Pro Plus and other offers, it's surely bad deal. 


I generally see the prices listed in Zomato are higher than outlet prices which should not be the case and I also don't like that way but it's their strategy!
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harpy.eagle wrote:
So you mean, 50 bucks burger listed on Zomato for 150 is worth it? And do all customers get it for 100 bucks after discounts?

It depends on restro how much to mark up prices online on app. Not all mark up to such an extent. And neither all over India would find customers going for so much jacked up prices.

My opinion is based on talking with restro owners only. And i get sms from restro i normally get food from to order directly on call instead of using app. It's obvious, if restro find better and cheaper means to deal with customers, they obviously gonna go with it.

Btw i have 3 relatives working with Zomato too smiley. Two left. One moved to blinkit. All were working in offices, engg grads. Not delivery executives.

Are u with Zomato as well?

There's is atleast 2× price difference.


I'm not particularly with any of Zomato or swiggy however my connections have their restaurant listed on Zomato and Swiggy.

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Funny how a post about an event by a company turned into bashing and insights of that company. 

I have attended Zomaland twice in Delhi (JLN stadium), I believe in year 2018 and 2019. It is similar to other food fests like Grubfest. You have live performances by various artists, shows (comedy, magic, etc) food and booze. DJ party and carnival too at times. I think I never paid more than 200-250 as I had Zomato gold membership then which gave 50% discount. 

These year entry charges for most events have been increased, doubled mostly. Might be due to increased interest of public in outdoor events after 2 years along with inflation. Even at these prices there will be a big crowd at the event. 



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job4ram wrote:
Unless you are so particular about VIP treatment, I think 499 is enough just to get in and find what is what. I personally think, reasonable price is 299 regular and 499 VIP. If any one have previous experience, kindly share. Also, Zomato food pricing is neither great nor bad. I do have rbl zomato card and with that I got Pro Plus. So, for me it's ok including various offers. But main concern is quantity, in most cases food is hardly sufficient. But without Pro Plus and other offers, it's surely bad deal. 


I generally see the prices listed in Zomato are higher than outlet prices which should not be the case and I also don't like that way but it's their strategy!
I too have Zomato rbl card and hence pro membership. And i share same opinion. Without free delivery, it's not worth it. I used pro plus and liked it. But as a company they already have tricks up their sleeve. Several times i found, no delivery executives available for very popular restros. And for multiple restros. Not single one. So felt it's kinda manipulated to not offer free deliveries. If they had given option to pickup order oneself, i would have liked it lot more.
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