That parking lot under the High Line that we told you would transform into a big outdoor bar with food trucks is lit to pop, and boy howdy, we hope you like primary colors! The Miami-based art collective FriendsWithYou has partnered with AOL to bring a happy shiny inflatable carnival-esque installation to the spot from now until July 5th. Their project is called "Rainbow City," and they describe it as "an urban playground that invites New Yorkers and visitors to walk in and around the sculptures." For the kiddies, they'll offer free educational programs "geared toward children’s creativity and engagement in an artistic landscape." For the adults, it seems advisable to do a J and step into a world of "pure imagination." The High Line, indeed.

The location itself is called, appropriately, The Lot at 30th Street, and it's right where you exit at the end of the High Line Phase II (opening tomorrow!), at West 30th Street. There you'll find food trucks, beer and wine provided by Colicchio & Sons, plus a variety of free events, and "family-friendly activities." There will be ice cream sandwiches from the recently-arrived California favorite Coolhaus, cold drinks from Kelvin Natural Slush Co., lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster, falafel and smoothies from Taim Mobile, tacos from The Taco Truck, and more.

Among the seasonal beers on tap, we're most excited about the Brooklyn High Line Elevated Wheat, a special brew made exclusively for Friends of the High Line by The Brooklyn Brewery. According to brewmaster Garrett Oliver, the new beer is made with ingredients sourced from New York State, including North Country Farms’ red winter wheat and Tremblay Apiaries’ local honey. Brooklyn High Line Elevated Wheat will be available exclusively at The Lot on Tap.

And after the Rainbow City ends, Friends of the High Line say they plan to present a variety of free and low-cost public events, which may include live music, film screenings, rollerskating, and family-friendly public programs.