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The Kraken comes to Neighbourhood Weekender - check out Hey Charlie's band recommendations

We get Freaky Tiki with the trio's playlist, featuring The Big Moon, SpringKing, Black Honey, Yonaka, The Magic Gang and more.
Published: 10:40 am, May 25, 2018
The Kraken comes to Neighbourhood Weekender - check out Hey Charlie's band recommendations
Kraken will be taking their infamous Freaky Tiki Bar to a stack of festivals this summer, and are heading to the Neighbourhood Weekender in Warrington this weekend to dispense magnificent rum cocktails to thirsty revellers. Amongst the classic Perfect Storm and Octo-Punch cocktails - Ink Spritz and Poison Apples will also be on offer at The Freaky Tiki Bar all weekend. Keep an eye on everything that's going on (at the bar and the festival) via the #FreakyTiki hashtag, including some pretty Beastly giveaways all weekend.

Meanwhile, The Beast has linked up with Hey Charlie - to ask Liz, Sophie and Lauren who else anyone at Neighbourhood this weekend should be seeing (between imbibing a tasty rum cocktail or two of course. Drink responsibly, kids - Ed).

Featuring the likes of The Big Moon, SpringKing, Black Honey, Yonaka and The Magic Gang, it’s remarkably #onbrand for your mates at Dork. You can check it out below.



If you want to bring that festival experience home, we're giving away a bottle of Kraken to help recreate the atmosphere. Just use the form below and get tweeting #FreakyTiki to be in with a chance.

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This post is sponsored by Kraken Rum.

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