Redlight Redlight saves Christmas!


  • Photo courtesy of Vacation State of Mind
You’re making a list, checking it twice, gotta buy stuff for the naughty and nice ... HA. List? Who’s gotten around to making a list yet? Christmas Eve is exactly one week away and you’ve got zero gifts bought – it’s time to go into panic mode!

Or, or, you could go grab a beer at Redlight Redlight Wednesday night and while you’re there, peruse a pop-up shop stocked with fantastic stuff from Dear Prudence (cute jewelry and clothing for the ladies), Bamapana (vintage menswear for dudes), Metal Wisdom (locally made, one-of-a-kind jewelry for ladies and dudes) and VSOM (übercool Florida-inspired T-shirts and totes), not to mention our own former music editor Jason Ferguson's line of Florida travel books (Florida Road Trip, Florida, and Sarasota and Naples).

The promise of a free beer with purchase means you’ll go gently weaving into that good night, weighed down with arrowhead pendants and kitty-print tights and seersucker bow ties and umbrella-drink-emblazoned tank tops and OH CRAP NOW YOU HAVE TO WRAP IT ALL. Good luck! 

7 p.m. Wednesday | Redlight Redlight, 2810 Corrine Drive | 407-893-9832 | | free

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