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Odds & Ends Party Brings Fashion to Maya Day and Nightclub Tonight

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Tonight New Times hosts the finale of its three-party summer series to help you beat the last of the summer heat. Head to Maya Day & Night Club in Scottsdale for Odds & Ends from 7 to 10 p.m.

This fashion-centric event will offer you the chance to browse the pop-up shops of such Valley designers and boutiques as Bri Bridge, Antique Sugar, Missconstrued, Pink House, Medium Apparel, and The Green Gurl.

See also: Bangarang at Maya Day + Nightclub

In addition to shopping, attendees can enjoy complimentary beverages from event sponsors Chandon Champagne, Belvedere Vodka, Gentleman Jack, Fire Eater, Samuel Adams, Cayman Jack, Twisted Tea, and Angry Orchard.

There will also be music from DJ Slippe, giveaways, and a fashion show by Bri Bridge, Hype Salon, and Focal Point Salon. The first 250 people through the door get a free taco.

Tickets are $10 and available via www.ticketfly.com. Be sure to come dressed to impress.

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