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Day On The Town set for this Saturday

Birmingham's largest shopping day, Day On The Town, will take place this Saturday, July 31, from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. for bargain hunters looking for the year's best deal.

This popular annual event draws thousands looking for all the best deals on discounted high-end merchandise in stores and on the streets and sidewalks throughout downtown Birmingham. Browse hundreds of displays to find discounted designer clothing, home décor, jewelry, shoes, sporting gear, toys and much more from local and national retailers.

During the event, be sure to enjoy lunch or dinner at one of downtown Birmingham's many restaurants and cafes, which offer both indoor and outdoor seating, featuring a variety of cuisines and price points.

“Downtown Birmingham has hundreds of national and locally-owned retailers and restaurants and Day On The Town is the perfect time to visit. People of all ages will enjoy the lively, outdoor atmosphere while shopping for great deals and unique finds,” said Jaimi Brook, Birmingham Shopping District (BSD) operations and events manager. “We are really excited to welcome this long standing event back this summer. Parking is easy and free in all structures and meters downtown during the event.”

This year, Old Woodward Avenue will be closed to vehicles from Willits Street to Brown Street; Maple Road will be closed from Bates Street to Peabody Street for retail displays and pedestrian traffic.

Parking is free during the event at all downtown meters and structures.


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