Organisers have postponed this weekend’s Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival due to forecasted heavy winds which would make it unsafe for site set-up crew in the lead up to the event. Taste of Cayman will now be held Saturday, 6 April 2019.
The event will still take place in its full glory with the same exciting features and same headline act of Simply Queen, which we are very much looking forward to! If you are thinking about or planning a vacation for April, this event really isn’t one to miss. It’s the full package – food, drink, live bands, DJs, chef demos, tastings, on-stage cook-offs, mixology competitions, and immersive and hands-on culinary demonstrations and mixology classes. Please let us know if we can help arrange your accommodation and Taste tickets as we’d love to have you stay.
For those here this weekend and looking for something to do, here are some ideas to keep you busy:
- Do something for yourself and for others by joining Cayman Cancer Society’s Nationwide Stride Against Cancer half and quarter marathon races taking place Sunday, 27th January starting at 6am. Register quickly here.
- Take in some local amateur theatre with the production of ‘Educating Rita’ on stage at the Prospect Playhouse. Doors open at 6.30pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Book tickets online here.
- The 11th annual Muzaic Music and Arts Festival starts on January 25th with lots going on all weekend. Check out the schedule here.
- If the wind is up and you’re feeling adventurous, perhaps a kite surfing lesson would be fun. Contact Kite Surf Cayman here.
And if you’re still in the mood to sample some of Cayman’s amazing food and drinks, there are plenty of great restaurants a short walk or a quick taxi ride from your Plantana beach home.
Of course you can always do nothing more than pull up a beach chair, open your book, pour a cold drink and enjoy our beautiful Plantana beach.
For those of you with a Taste of Cayman ticket they are still valid for the new date. If you are unable to attend the new date, refunds are available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: Cayman Compass https://www.caymancompass.com/2016/01/04/cancer-society-makes-giant-stride/