2020 Audi FEASTIVAL Gala

The Audi FEASTIVAL Virtual Dinner Series presented by San Pellegrino, Acqua Panna and Philadelphia Magazine kicked off this fall and brought together an exceptional group of Philly’s chefs, mixologists and you to eat, drink, and celebrate our culinary and performing arts! The celebration continues this holiday season with the next installment of our Audi FEASTIVAL Virtual Dinner Series and our FEASTIVAL holiday auction! 

Join us December 2020 via Zoom for an intimate wine tasting with noted sommelier Jordan Fuller and Etinosa Emokpae. Soon, you will also be able to browse our Holiday Auction collection of exciting culinary and entertainment packages impossible to find anywhere else. Whether you are looking for the perfect gift for a loved one or a way to keep yourself busy while stuck inside, browse and bid on the packages of your choice beginning December 21st! Items can be bid on, or purchased outright as a holiday gift. Featuring dinner for two at the Fitler Club, San Pellegrino for a year, and a Stateside Vodka package! Proceeds benefit FringeArts, the Hospitality Assistance Response of Pennsylvania, and Cooking for the Culture.

Sponsored By

“World-class cities need world-class culture. FEASTIVAL celebrates both our artistic and culinary scenes—two great economic engines that push Philadelphia forward.”

Richard Vague, FringeArts Board President

 2020 Beneficiaries


FringeArts is Philadelphia’s home for contemporary performance, presenting progressive, world-class art that expands the imagination and boldly defies expectations. Their programming exposes audiences to genre-defying performances and installations by accomplished and emerging innovators who push the boundaries of art-making and redefine the artistic landscape worldwide.


Cooking for the Culture is a collaborative dinner series highlighting the work of African-American chefs in Philadelphia and beyond and tackling inequity in the kitchen. They work with the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) to invite aspiring chefs to work alongside them in the kitchen and donate a portion of the proceeds to the organization. 


Hospitality Assistance Response of Pennsylvania (HARP) is a 501(c)(3) that provides immediate emergency funding to front-line hospitality workers. Funded by private, community, and individual donations, HARP will distribute one-time individual grants to front-line industry employees during times of unforeseen hardship. HARP’s purpose is to provide swift financial assistance to the front-line employees of Pennsylvania’s hospitality businesses.

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