Yaletown is throwing a one-day only spring retail bash and you’re invited

couple with kid in a retail store entrance

Yaletown is flipping the switch to spring in the most fabulous way (as they always do) with a day of fashion, fun and various free activities on Thursday, March 28th.  The neighborhood’s coolest tradition (a collab by the Yaletown Business Improvement Association (YBIA) and the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival) is a must-attend to get into spring with a splash of style and a sprinkle of sakura. ‘Yaletown is Blooming’ is the ultimate transformation station, where you can shed your winter layers (figuratively and fashionably) and leap into the new season with open arms and an updated wardrobe.

A curated lineup of Yaletown’s chicest boutiques and salons, like West of Woodward, Brooklyn Clothing Co, Surmesur, Is. Salon, Maryam Collahi Studio, and Mavi Jeans, are throwing open their doors for a day of free in-store vibes like sip-and-shop events and beauty makeovers.  Indulge in some retail therapy, and making the city your runway under the cherry blossoms, while you take advantage of the in-store activation programming.

In addition to the shopping party, there will be pop-up performances at Bill Curtis Square, like live Taiko drumming and Chinese fan dancing from 11am – 2pm and of course a canopy of pink parasols to snap a pic.

Yaletown’s culinary gems will also be participating – Minami and Capo & The Spritz will be serving up spring-themed delights.

When | Thursday, March 28, 2024
Where | Yaletown (Hamilton and Mainland Streets)
Website | Instagram

About Yaletown Business Improvement Association

The Yaletown BIA is an independent nonprofit association of commercial property owners and business tenants who joined together to promote and improve the economic vitality of the Yaletown neighbourhood. Today, the Yaletown BIA is an organization capable of handling top-tier international opportunities such as the 2010 Olympics, hosting well-healed travel writers from around the world and producing outstanding public events that attract thousands of shoppers and diners annually. For more information, please visit Yaletowninfo.com.

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