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First Friday and Tailgate Parties Over the Weekend

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First Friday in Downtown Phoenix, 9/7/12 Check out the scenes at First Friday in Downtown Phoenix. It may not be Fall yet, but cooler temperatures brought people out to Roosevelt Row to see local art, listen to live music, and eat some good street food. A DJ spun tracks at Lost Leaf, Revolver Records had live music, and there were plenty of free hugs to go around.

Devils on Mill Tailgate Party Sun Devils showed their support at the ASU/Illinois game by sporting their best maroon and gold garb. Sorority girls, guys in sombreros, gymnasts, and a few crazed fans in red body paint gathered for the Devils on Mill Tailgate party at 6th Street Park on Saturday, September 8. Fans threw up the fork and were enthused to give Illinois hell.

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