We consider ourselves to be seasoned SMoCA Nights attendees and we must say, this time around, the organizers really kicked it up a notch (click here for the slideshow). The night started out with a lovely live performance by Phoenix cooly-cool band, Back Ted N-Ted. The fashion show felt super posh as DJ Jared Alan rocked the catwalk with the latest sounds like Animal Collective's soulful "My Girls" while the young beauties of The Agency Arizona donned their denim and urban West outfits.
Oh, and don't forget the white folks...they were particularly entertaining as they sauntered through the crowd, silently bestowing gifts of white styrofoam balls and white streamers to the crowd.
Art, music, fashion...booze...yep, we're good.
SMoCA Nights: Valley Fever at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts, 7380 E. 2nd St in Scottsdale, www.myspace.com/smocanights.
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