Let's Brunch Weird Together

Enjoy free-flowing beverages and eclectic sounds at this brunch/mini music festival.
Stephen Heard
Published on February 20, 2018


Remember when we told you about Auckland's bottomless boozy brunch? For $39.50 every weekend, brunch-goers are given a two-hour window to enjoy free-flowing prosecco, mimosas, bloody marys and pineapple mocktails while they dine.

On Saturday 10 March The Lula Inn's bottomless brunch is stretching its legs as a mini festival, with two hours of bottomless brunch and beverages and an all-day schedule of live entertainment to help you burn it all off.

Eight-piece music collective Weird Together will assemble for a live performance. The group that was founded by weird music lover Nick D and weird music sculpter Dick Johnston creates an explosion of eclectic sounds, using everything from programmed beats to steel drums and percussive jangles and chimes. The day will also feature DJ sets from Bobby Brazuka and Hamish Crocker.

Those who would rather sit back from the dancefloor will have the option to reserve VIP booths for groups of 6-8 or soak up views across the Auckland Harbour.

Guests will not be served more than one beverage at a time as part of the bottomless brunch package and The Lula Inn will remove any intoxicated persons from the premises.

Image: The Lula Inn.


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