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Clothes, Beer and Water at Sav Noir’s Pop-Up Shop

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On Saturday August 3rd local clothing brand Sav Noir is launching its first pop-up shop in the TRUE Annex on Haight St. The pop-up will be running until the end of the month and will be showing off their new collection called  “1980’s”. But most importantly the event is being sponsored by PBR and Boxed Water meaning there will be lots of FREE drinkables from 11am-7pm this Saturday. Hooray for FREE drinkables!

I’m not the most hip to what’s happening in the local clothing brand scene but hell, I’ve never been opposed to getting an early buzz on from PBR on a Saturday afternoon. Here’s the FB invite for more info. Enjoy the show. What show? Oh, you’ll see…

Sav Noir Pop-Up Party
Saturday 8/3
11am-7pm
TRUE Annex
1429 Haight St. @ Masonic
[Upper Haight]
FREE PBR and Boxed Water

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