Vibe hard at Elizabeth Ave's last hurrah of the season


It's time to celebrate Spring like you mean it. Hit up "Spring at The Station" on Friday at Elizabeth Ave. Station from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for what will be one of the hottest parties of the season.

An easy $10 admission (cash only) gets you in and drinking for FREE all night (while supplies last). 

Deets of the "supplies," you wonder? They're serving craft beer by Steam Horse Brewing, a new microbrewery coming to The Warehouse District, and white spring sangria. Cheers!

And it doesn't stop there. This family-friendly event will have food by Zipitios Tacos and Veggie Love

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Then there's the shopping with more than 40 vendors. Definitely something for everyone here — from handmade bracelets by Vakano to found goods by Purveyors of Preservation and throwback faves from Urban Vintage. If you're a true overachiever, you'll be so on point that you knock out your Christmas gifts 8 months early. 

AAAANNNNNDDD, hello, the cutest photobooth ever will be there. All you have to do is say cheese. Not even kidding. 

Elizabeth Ave. is a sweet little pop-up for local creatives. It opened in January and has become a new favorite for West Palm's cool kids. The Station is a scene made for Instagram stylin' and profilin' — a carefully curated experience that needs no filter to be a thumb-stopper.

Pro Tip for all you Elizabeth Ave. first-timers: Get there early, like seriously early, and consider carpooling or grabbing an Uber. This place fills up fast.

If this isn't enough to sway your Friday night plans, look at the vibe you'll be missing:

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