Cake Wine Pop-Up Bar
It’s officially opened, the Cake Wine Pop-Up Bar. Cake Wine is a boutique company positioning itself as the label of choice for Sydney’s creative types.
Promising film, live music and a experimental art, the Cake pop-up bar takes over the soon-to-be-no-more Fraser Studios in Chippendale.
They have a full program of events on for the next week or so, check the calendar in the slider above or over here on Facebook.
The cake dudes are not only top fellas, they support fantastic projects around Sydney and cough up 0.25c for every bottle sold to the sisyphean task of running FBI Radio.
The Cake pop-up bar is part of a series of events, 30 Days and 30 Nights, celebrating the end of Fraser Studios as it’s converted to something really useful, like shoebox studio apartments or something.
One of the highlights on the calender is a screening of LCD Soundsystem’s concert documentary ‘Shut Up And Play The Hits’ that recently screened at Vivid Sydney. Tickets are $20 bucks and selling fast.
WHAT: The Cake Pop-Up Bar
WHEN: Two weeks only from the 14th June – 30th June
WHERE: Fraser Studios, 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale
HOW MUCH: Free, just go get pissed