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Identity Festival, ASU Freshmen Takeover, and More Juggalette Shenanigans Over the Weekend

Identity Festival @ Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion A eight-hour all-you-can-eat beat buffet was served up to a sea of rave fanatics, club kids, and EDM aficionados at the Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion, offering a mix of acts and artists of the highest caliber ranging from electro-house, trance, hardstyle, drum 'n' bass, and dubstep (natch). More ID Fest photos here.

School's In: ASU Freshmen Takeover Party Students returned to Tempe and Phoenix over the weekend in preparation for the start of the Fall semester and they got right into the party mode. Freshmen even got a chance to mingle with their baby-faced fellow students during the Freshmen Takeover Party hosted by Endless Entertainment. This might be the "freshest and cleanest" slideshow you see on New Times this year. More freshman takeover photos here.

Even More Juggalette Cuties at the Gathering (NSFW)The 2012 Gathering of the Juggalos is the gift that keeps on giving. Exempli Gratia: The ladies in this (very much NSFW) slideshow, which you can see more of right here.

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