Desire Line’s Cake Parade
DESIRE LINES CAKE PARADE NIPALUNA V2
Are you a baking aficionado? Good at costumes? Just love cake? Have an oven or know someone with an oven? Maybe none of the above? We still think the Desire Lines Cake Parade is for you!
Endorsement from past attendee "the cake parade was the best day of my life".
Desire Lines, Visual Bulk, Constance ARI and Good Grief are coming together to bring this much-adored event back to nipaluna this silly seazn.
Hobart City Council Alderman Mike Dutta
~ Happening Friday 23rd December.
~ Doors open at 530 pm.
~ Cake Parade begins at 6 pm.
~ DJs and boogies will continue into the evening.
~ Good Grief will be running their lovely bar all night.
~ Fundraising from the event will go to holiday season charity appeals.
~ Competitors (solo or team) must bake one cake.
~ Competitors must dress up as or in theme with the cake.
~ Competitors must walk/ dance/ prance/ perform/ wheel themselves and the cake to the judging spot.
~ Cakes are then tasted and judged by a secret celebrity masterchef panel soon to be revealed.
~ There is a suite of prizes (1st, 2nd, 3rd and ppls choice) the glorious content of which is also TBA.
~ Once the parade is complete and the judges' rulings have been made everyone gets to eat cake.
Get in touch with Visual Bulk at email@example.com
This event takes place place on stolen land. Desire Lines, Visual Bulk, Constance ARI and Good Grief Studios acknowledge the Palawa people as the rightful and ongoing owners of Lutruwita. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
Sovereignty has never been ceded.
Bloody brilliant Cake Parade artworks by the bloody brilliant Bob O'Connor (there might be some collectors editions to purchase at the event ears to the ground).
And heaps and heaps of credit to the Cake Parade inventors @______desirelines______ ❤️
Constance ARI works across Country cared for by the Palawa of lutruwita and the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout the so called ‘Australia’, as well as First Nations people from elsewhere, and their deep connection to the lands, skies and waterways over which sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respect to all Elders; we are grateful for their continued sharing of knowledge and Culture.