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The Gold Coast’s Biggest Cocktail Festival Is On This Saturday

Sugar and spice and all things nice

The Gold Coast’s Biggest Cocktail Festival Is On This Saturday From gumball to ink gin, say hello to the GC's biggest cocktails festival. Photo: NightQuarter

It’s time to let down your hair, put on your party shoes and let the fun be-gin!

The Sugar and Spice Cocktail Festival is taking over NightQuarter this Saturday, giving you the chance to savour these warm springtime afternoons with an icy-cold drink in your hand.

It's Berry smash time. Photo supplied by NightQuarter.

Promising a maze of pop-up bars from your favourite liquor brands – Ink Gin, Cointreau, Sailor Jerry and Hendricks Gin – in addition to the market’s 120+ specialty food vendors, it’s certainly the place to be if sipping on refreshing and creative seasonal concoctions sounds like your idea of a relaxing weekend!

It’s all to celebrate the launch of their brand new cocktail bar, Deck, ingeniously built from shipping containers and made-up of lush greenery and street art from local Gold Coast designers.

NightQuarter’s special bar team will be shaking, stirring and muddling up an exclusive cocktail menu on the night, served in everything from standard glassware to vintage gumball machines. (Talk about an idea that pops!)

The popular 'pretty in pink' concoction. Photo supplied by NightQuarter.

To top it all off, 23-year-old Melbourne electro-pop musician Maribelle will be providing the beats and headlining the festival with her staple high-energy set that’s even had the likes of Charli XCX turning heads.

If you’re born to rum and it’s time to renew your gin membership, make sure you make it along to The Sugar and Spice Cocktail Festival at NightQuarter this weekend. After all, it’s practically the silly season…

Layered rainbow goodness. Photo supplied by NightQuarter.

The Sugar and Spice Cocktail Festival is being held at NightQuarter from 4pm Saturday 17th November. Entry is $3 and can be purchased from the gate on the night. Kids 12 and under are free. For more information visit the website or follow the event here: