ASU is throwing a street party this Saturday.
If you go, not only will you enjoy a heck of a line-up of music, art, and activities, but you get to walk away feeling like a champ.
You see, any dough you spend at the party benefits the ASU Art Museum.
So you get to party in the street and feel like a righteous human being for doing so.
All for five bucks.
Now, that's a sweet deal.
Of course, this isn't a beer-swilling, take-your-top-off kind of party (although we hear ASU is great at throwing those). It's an arts party complete with all kinds of great stuff. Check out the details:
Music by Dry River Yacht Club, The Market, Source Victoria, and the ASU Latin Jazz Combo.
Food by Vincent's Van Gogh Pizza Catering, Truckin' Good Food, Fairytail Brownies, and espresso drinks by illy Caffe.
An art show by Colin Chillag, Natalia Jaeger, Patti Parsons, Eddie Shea, Mark Vinci, and Tessa Windt.
An "Indie Chic" craft fair (yes!).
And, it wouldn't be a street party without a kidzone, busting with activities to keep those little, pudgy hands busy.
The 2nd Annual Street Party goes down on Saturday, April 10 from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Hoskin Ryan Consultants Property, 201 West Indian School Road. Entry costs $5, free for kids. Visit http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu.