Work Out with Booty by Brabants 33 Floors up in the State Room

Just think of the Instagram-worthy pictures you'll be able to snap.

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So we have days to celebrate our independence, love, and giving thanks but did you know there is a whole day dedicated to celebrating shoes? Call it absurd or totally weird, but for sneaker heads it might actually be completely rationale. On March 26 celebrate Nike Air Max day, which is celebrated globally as the day Nike launched their first pair of Air Max shoes, with a workout event hosted by Booty by Brabants 33 floors up in the State Room.

Able to accomodate 400 people for the nighttime work out, the State Room is located at the top of 60 State Street with floor-to-ceiling views of the city and harbor. Kelly Brabants, in partnership with Nike and Concepts, will be leading her signature 50-minute workout in the space fit for elaborate receptions, weddings, and corporate events. The class begins at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are just $30.

Each participant will receive exclusive Air Max Night towels and shirts to wear, if you so choose, during the event. You’ll also get access to exclusive sneaker perks from Nike and Concepts—maybe they’ll be offering something particularly cool like purple lobster shoes. Plus, if you donate a lightly worn pair of Nike shoes you will receive a special gift from the two shoe companies. And you can shop a full Booty by Brabants trunk show complete with her popular one-size-fits-all leggings and sip on fruit-infused water as you snap pictures of the Boston skyline for the gram.

We’re not really sure how Brabants draws so many people for her fitness classes, but if you want to go to this one you better act fast. Her classes at the new Booty by Brabants pop-up at Legacy Place go quick and the ones at Boston Park Plaza are always full. The only time you can most-likely guarantee a spot are when they’re held outdoors, like at Seaport Sweat, but we know you don’t want to wait that long. Spring is close but we all know it’s not that close.

$30, March 26, 6:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m., The State Room, 60 State Street, 33rd Floor, Boston,