A New Issue Means a Big Celebration

Written By: Charlotte Farrell 

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It may be winter in SoCal, but the desert knows how to heat things up no matter how low the temp drops—75 and sunny in January, anyone? LOCALE’s Greater Palm Springs February Foodie Issue will be hitting stands Feb. 1, and what better way to celebrate than kicking it poolside at one of the coolest new spots in the city? Here are five reasons why you should clear your schedule Thursday, Feb. 8 from 7-9 p.m. and come keep it cool with our crew.

Issue Release Party

  1. Sip, Sip, Hooray!


Upon entry, the first drink is on us! The complimentary cocktail is limited to one per person, but after that, drink the hand-crafted cocktails from the High Bar to your heart’s content.

 

  1. Munch a Bunch


Enjoy bites from Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel’s in-house restaurant 4 Saints. The food is spectacular, and so it the atmosphere. Rooftop selfies are the best selfies.

Issue Release Party

  1. Shake It Like A Polaroid Picture

A must-have for a swanky soirée with a little sass? Great music, of course! One of the Modern Disco Ambassadors will be on deck to bring a bit of funk and fun to the party.

 

  1. Vroom, Vroom


IndiGO Auto Group will be showing off some seriously cool rides, specifically BMWs. Picture this: you in the front seat of a beemer looking super fly. We can’t promise your friends won’t be jealous.

 

  1. At the Heart of It All

Your $10 ticket not only gives you access to all the fun mentioned above. The ticket sales will go straight to benefitting the Desert AIDS Project. We’ll cheers to that!

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About The Author

Charlotte is a fan of all things beauty, health, food, wellness, travel and a touch of nerdy fandom. She graduated with honors from the University of California, San Diego in Communications and English Literature and enjoys writing, looking at puppies on Instagram and drinking all the tea.

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