Pie Social

Pie Social 2014: Eat Pie, Listen to The Senators, Buy a BrandX Tee with Sarah Hurwitz's Design

The day is upon us, people. And the forecast for Saturday, November 15, is partly sunny with a 100 percent chance of PIE.

Come down to Roosevelt Row tomorrow at 2 (we recommend you come on time, the pie doesn't last) and bring $10 or two pies and get five tasting tickets.

There will be live music from Phoenix's own The Senators, and BrandX will be on hand to print T-shirts with a black and white version of the artwork above, by Sarah Hurwitz.

See also: Pie Social 2014: An Illustrated Field Guide and Map

T-shirt prices will vary (there will be totes, too!) and you can bring your own -- as long as it's clean.

Check out profiles of all 15 celebrity chefs who will be competing for six prizes, including "Best in Show."

See you there!

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