About the Feast

Feast on the Street brings people together around a half-mile long dining table in downtown Phoenix, transforming First Street into a pedestrian promenade in celebration of food and art in the desert. This free public event is a community project initiated by the ASU Art Museum, Roosevelt Row CDC and the artists Clare Patey and Matthew Moore.
The event, in the tradition of community harvest festivals, celebrates our connection to locally grown, locally sourced and locally prepared foods in the heart of downtown Phoenix and the Arts District.
Feast on the Street will include diverse entertainment and activities including roving musicians and street performers, floats, mobile gardens, story-tellers and food trucks, food demonstrations and tasting stations. See the Schedule of Events for more details on Feast experiences.
Date: Saturday, April 13th
Time: 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: First Street between Moreland Street and Taylor Street
Admission: FREE to all!

View and print the Feast on the Street flyer.

This event is based on London's Feast on the Bridge curated by artist Clare Patey for the past five years during the annual Thames Festival. Videos from previous London events can be found here.

In the spirit of making our community the best it can be, Feast on the Street will have the goal of being a zero-waste event. All participants will be strongly urged to use reusable, recyclable or compostable materials and water stations will be available in place of bottled water.