For two years, Nigerians have enjoyed top-notch Afro-Caribbean experience and sophistication combined with tropical vibes, styled décor, art, dining, and entertainment. With the immense popularity Tiki Cultures has garnered in a short time, Mrs. Adenike Isi Adeeko, CEO of Tiki Cultures, is thrilled to announce the celebration of its 2nd anniversary.
According to the CEO, Mrs. Adenike Isi Adeeko, the 2nd-anniversary celebration of Tiki Cultures will span for an entire week. There are special features and events designed to make the celebration a memorable week. In her own words, “We have a one-week-long event planned out to celebrate 2years of serving the city of Abuja.”
In its first year of existence, Tiki Cultures has made its name known by organizing events such as the Afro Caribbean Night, where Nigerians who are in love with the Caribbean culture can have a feel of it while in Nigeria and persons from the Caribbean can feel at home. Tiki Cultures also organized “Open Mic,” an event for creatives and customers to showcase their talents.
Tiki Cultures has become renowned as a venue for all kinds of events ranging from bridal showers to pool parties to exhibitions to board meetings to dinner parties and much more. The Tiki Bar serves local and international cocktails and treats customers to the best South American and Caribbean cuisines.
The week-long anniversary celebration would feature an art exhibition and a live painting program hosted by Joe Alfred Abdallah of Big Brother Naija PepperDem Edition. Other programs lined up for the Tiki Cultures anniversary celebration include a silent disco night, rooftop dinner event, music performances, exquisite cuisines and cocktails, and much more.
Plan the week around Tiki Cultures’ anniversary event to experience the Caribbean in Nigeria. Visit the Tiki Cultures’ website for more information or send an email to email@example.com.
About Tiki Cultures
Founded by Mrs. Adenike Isi Adeeko, Tiki Cultures Entertainment & Lifestyle is located in the heart of Abuja, along Shashilga Court, Ahmadu Bello Way. Since its inception, the organization has offered Nigerians, Caribbeans, and Afro-Caribbeans the Caribbean feel in Nigeria.
The 7,600-square-foot facility that holds Tiki Cultures has become a haven, serving a vast range of grub for all kinds of people with cuisines from Jamaica, Colombia, Mexico, and everywhere in-between. Seafood-heavy menus of hot dishes, food platters, fruits, pastries, whiskey, cigars, and bottles of champagne with a scenic view of the city of Abuja are some of the exciting features of Tiki Cultures.
For more information about Tiki Cultures, please visit the About Us page on the organization’s website.
Company Name: Tiki Cultures
Contact Person: Jumoke Olowolagba
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