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We Like to Tiki: Caper festival closing party this Sunday

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North Byron Hotel is the official watering hole of Caper Byron Bay Food & Culture Festival 2024. To celebrate what is set to be an epic ten-day long gastronomic love affair, the hotel is throwing a ‘We Like to Tiki’ festival closing party, and you’re invited.

On Sunday, 26 May, a star-studded line-up of chefs that have been showing their faces over the festival are all coming together around the fire to create a paradisiacal island buffet-style meal like no other. Festival Food Curator, Louis Tikaram, who heads up The Stanley in Brisbane will be working alongside the joyous Ross Magnaye of Serai Kitchen in Melbourne, Jedd Rifai the lead man at everyone’s favourite local, North Byron Hotel and much-loved local Hawaiian legend, Karl Kanetani from Beach, Byron Bay.

We’re talking stacked plates of traditional dishes like, succulent Kahlua Pig and juicy Lomi Lomi and much more! Festivities kick off at 4pm with a thirst-quenching welcome cocktail on arrival and live tunes from talented Jerome Williams and band. The team are ready to bring island vibes to the Rainbow Region, Caper style. It’s the perfect excuse to let those salty locks loose, whack on a loud outfit and head down to North Byron Hotel for the finale we’ve all been waiting for. Why not come and luau the night away!

For more information visit caperbyronbay.com and checkout the Caper calendar for must-hit events, such as the free family day on Sat 25 May at the North Byron Hotel from 12pm, with live music in the garden and fun for the kids and adults!

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