Last chance to take advantage of Brightline’s Kids Ride Free deal


This Labor Day weekend is the last chance for families to take advantage of Brightline’s Kids Ride Free promotion. Up to two children 12 years of age or younger will receive complimentary tickets on Brightline with the purchase of one adult Smart service ticket for a trip between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Riders of all ages are encouraged to explore some of South Florida’s favorite family locales located a short walk or Lyft ride from Brightline’s three stations. To book Brightline tickets, go to www.gobrightline.com or use the Go Brightline app.

If you’re looking for something else to do on Sunday, from 5-10 p.m., the West Palm Beach Police Athletic League (PAL) and West Palm Beach Police Department are hosting the second edition of Bragging Rights, a break dancing competition. 

Hosted by Will Styles, the event includes $1,000 in cash and prizes and music by DJ Chief. Dancers have a chance to win in three different categories, including 1 vs. 1 Peewee BBoy Battle, 2 vs. 2 Bboy Battle and the All Styles Battle 2 vs. 2. For information, visit www.cityplace.com/palbraggingrights.


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