Doomben Racecourse will transform into a tiki village this Saturday, for a Hawaiian-themed day out on the track
Brisbane Racing Club’s Tiki Village Race Day at Doomben will offer racegoers something different from the traditional club meets this weekend.
The space will become a tropical village with cocktails flowing to island vibes, photo booths, and prize giveaways.
Alfred and Constance’s cocktail aficionados will be serving tropical quenchers at the pop-up tiki bar, and ukulele trio Polynesian Flayva will be playing tunes for hula dancing.
Brisbane Racing Club’s CEO Dave Wimpey says the tiki village has been created for young people who don’t usually venture to the track.
“Tiki Village is going to be an extremely fun and lively event and will showcase how enjoyable a day at the races can be,” says Wimpey.
“Hawaii will definitely meet Doomben on Saturday, however there will still be a strong emphasis on competitive, live racing throughout the day.”
The Tiki Day dress code is tropical, with guys invited to wear their finest Hawaiian shirt and ladies to wear floral dresses or grass skirts.
Nova’s radio host, David Lutteral or ‘Luttsy’ will be emceeing the event.
The party also won’t stop at the tracks – Alfred and Constance is providing a free shuttle bus to its White Lighting Bar at 5pm.
Tickets for the Brazilian Beauty Tiki Village Race Day are $25, which include a traditional Hawaiian lei and frozen cocktail on arrival.
For more information, visit www.brc.com.au