Tickets To Inuhele, The Biggest Tiki Weekend In Atlanta, Georgia, Go On Sale June 1 for 2022 Event

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    Inuhele has announced official dates for their 2022 event. Atlanta’s Tiki Weekend will take place January 28 through January 30, 2022, and tickets for the event go on sale June 1 at 12:00pm EST and 9:00am PDT. Standard, Deluxe, and VIP ticket levels will be available. 

    Panelist Jeff “Beachbum” Berry, one of Imbibe magazine’s “25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century” will be attending the event. Ken and Heather Pleasant, of Pleasant Tiki, a Witco Décor® Company, will also be speaking at Inuhele, along with Typhoon Tommy, Craig “Colonel Tiki” Hermann”, David “Dr. Skipper” Marley, Jason T. Smith, Margo Scott of Rocket Betty Designs, and Tiki Tom-Tom, among others.

    Standard tickets include entry to the vendor hall, panels all weekend, live bands and shows, Uke Jam, Lava Lava Revue, and the Caftan Fashion Show. They retail for $125 a person.

    Deluxe tickets include all the benefits of standard tickets, plus an early registration line, early Friday access to vendors, a Mai Tai glass, and a welcome reception. Deluxe tickets cost $160 per person.

    The highest ticket level, for VIPS, costs $350 per person, but it features an event mug, swag bag, special event times in the VIP Suite, and a ticket to the Saturday Night Luau. Luau tickets can be purchased separately for $100. The Luau occurs on January 29 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm EST.

    Southern favorite Tiki mug makers Oakwash, Taboo Relics, and The Shrunken Monkey will all be vending at Inuhele. Other vendors include The Black Lagoon Room, Pleasant Tiki (Witco), Derek Yaniger, and Kymm Bang, among others.

    Tickets can be purchased through the official website of Inuhele starting June 1, 2021, at 12:00pm EST and 9:00am PDT. Will you be attending? Let us know in the comments!

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