Bakery Lane Bake Off

Fortitude Valley

The Bakery Lane Bake Off is Brisbane's first mini cake festival, taking place in the Valley's iconic Bakery Lane and featuring some of baking’s biggest names, Including Cakes & Shit (who are behind the festival), Queen Fine Foods, The Scran Line and Rosie’s Dessert Spot.

Promising an array of fun and tasty elements, including live demonstrations, cake celebs, custom selfie cookies, a sprinkle bar and a cake decorating smack down, the Bakery Lane Bake Off is a must visit for Brisbane sweet tooths.

Bakery Lane Bake off

Nice to know - The Bakery Lane Bake Off is presented by Cakes and Sh!t and Bakery Lane and is nationally sponsored by Queen Fine Foods. Local area sponsors include Lollipop Cake Supplies, Rosie’s Dessert Spot, By Caitlin Mitchell, Tiny Pong, Stranger Blings, The Cake Angels Network, The Cake Pop Queen Australia, Coastal Cookie Co, TSO, Fancy Schmancy Balloon Co, Hired Goons, among others.

Need to know - From 12-7pm Bakery Lane will come alive with stalls, giveaways and of course, cake! This is a free event, and attendees who register through the event page and Eventbrite can score a tote bag filled with goodies from all the amazing sponsors.

Bakery Lane

690 Ann St

Fortitude Valley

Aug 31 12-7pm

Free entry

 

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