The ultimate Spice Girls-themed brunch is coming to Vancouver

Vancouverites, it’s time to spice up your life.

Every boy and every girl ‘SPICE UP YOUR LIFE’…

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If you’re feelin’ sad and low, this event announcement will take you where you gotta go. (Sorry, we got carried away.)

Sorry (again) this is not an announcement for a Spice Girls concert in Vancouver.

But, if you have an inner Ginger, Baby, Posh, Scary or Sporty Spice just waiting to be unleashed and you enjoy brunching, then you’re going to want to put this ultimate Spice Girls themed brunch on your calendar.

Spice Up Your Brunch organizers haven’t released all the final details of the event, marked for November, but here’s what we know so far…

The themed brunch will include a buffet, juice, Spice Girls trivia and, of course, karaoke or, as organisers are calling it a ‘Spice World Battle.’

There will also be boozy breakfast packages available for purchase for guests who want to make their brunch extra sparkly.

You’ll want to coordinate your girl gang and brush up on your dance moves ahead of the event, with prizes for best karaoke performance and best dressed on offer. Organizers say there will be bonus points awarded if you have the whole group (including Posh) and the dance moves to match.

So dust off them platform sneakers, perfect those pigtails, and get ready to shake it to the right.

And don’t worry boys, you’re also invited to embrace your inner Spice Girl and join in on the zig-a-zig-a-mazing party.

There’ll be smilin’, dancin’, but everything isn’t free. Limited tickets are available and are sold on a first-come-first-serve basis.

If you don’t want to miss out on slammin’ it to the left and havin’ a good time, make sure you sign up for pre-sale tickets here.

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