Tempe, Arizona – A week before a major brite celebration in Mexico, the state has also put up a few things to get people talking.
In Tempe on Tuesday, the city hosted a main event on Saturday.
The event, titled The Big One, will be held on the Alamodome, where the Wildcats football team plays football, and it will also feature a full slate of music.
Some of the bands that will be playing the festival include Porcelain Dragon, the Beach Boys, Trippie Redd, The Allman Brothers Band, The Roots and more.
Tickets cost $65 for adults and $35 for kids ages 12 and under.
There will also be a biohazard-themed themed food truck for the day, with corn dogs, macaroni and cheese, hot dogs and more, according to Tempe officials.
In a video on the festival’s Facebook page, a man wearing a T-shirt reading “You’ll Never Walk Alone” says that he has a plan for those who want to head to the festival.
“We are going to start with a few basic precautions,” the man says.
“The first thing is be aware that the weather in the state of Arizona is a very bad one.
If you’re coming here for a festival, be ready to have a good time.
We have this big wall of corn that is a major barrier to entry.
If you’re not a big food person and you want to eat a lot of corn, then you’re going to need a good food truck.
You want to get some hot dogs or corn dogs.”
He says that you also have to keep an eye out for the “hot dog vendors.”
“When we see that there are hot dogs, we go in there and have some fun and we’re trying to make sure the hot dog is fresh,” the person said.
It will be open from 9:00am-4:00pm on Saturday, and you can buy food and beverages from a food truck and drink from the bar.
And if you don’t want to go to the carnival, you can still go and see some of the other major festivals that take place in the southern states of the United States.