Saturday’s Feast on the Street was epic. The event succeeded in turning the simple notion of breaking bread with one another into a spectacular festival.
Thanks to the event’s sponsors (including ArtPlace, National Endowment for the Arts, The Steele Foundation and many more supporters), the volunteers, restaurants, food trucks, musicians and, yes, beer vendors for making it a great party.
And special thanks to artists Clare Patey and Matthew Moore for inspiring ASU Art Museum and Roosevelt Row to make this historic event happen here, in our very own downtown Phoenix. Glasses up!
The half-mile long Feast table brought the community together for a historic event.
Roosevelt Row’s Kenny Barrett helps guests find a seat at the table for the 6 p.m. formal seating.
Roosevelt Row’s Cindy Dach pauses – but for just a moment – with Rhonda Bannard.
Alison Rainey and Carla Wade Logan greet guests with a smile.
Psyko Steve’s Steve Chilton was the man behind the day’s musical entertainment.
Roosevelt Row’s Greg Esser is at the wheel while Bob Rink encourages guests to take a seat.
Jim McPherson, Cory Kinkaid and Nick Bueno welcome you to the Evans Churchill Neighborhood.
Glasses up! Wayne Rainey (in black on car) records the Feast’s formal seating for posterity.