4 Vendors to Check Out at Spring Stampede

By: Hannah Avdalovic on Jun 01, 2018 in ASI - Events

ASI Events is hosting the fourth annual Spring Stampede concert this Saturday, June 2. This year, the concert will feature a number of local vendors with lots of free prizes and food! Here’s a look at the vendors you must check out this Saturday at Spring Stampede.

Bliss Café

Bliss Café is located in downtown San Luis Obispo and features all plant-based and gluten free cuisine. They will be handing out free samples of their earthy and delicious treats at the concert!

Whalebird Kombucha

Whalebird is locally brewed kombucha using only the highest quality and locally grown ingredients. They serve their beverage every Thursday at the SLO Farmers' Market, but all Spring Stampede-ers can taste it for free at the concert!

The Academy Chorro

This apartment complex provides some of the best living spaces for students, but this Saturday they will be out at the Cal Poly Sports Complex with a prize wheel for all attendees! Stop by to grab some free swag at the concert!

Doors to Spring Stampede open at 2 p.m. Pop and R&B duo Chloe x Halle will open at 3 p.m. and headlining R&B artist Jeremih will perform at 5 p.m. Student DJ’s Alvin and Kelly will perform two sets at 2:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. Students are encouraged to arrive early to ensure a quick entrance. Tickets are available for purchase for $20 through the Cal Poly Ticket Office or at the door.

Follow the ASI Events Facebook and ASI Events Instagram, and RSVP to the Facebook event for Spring Stampede updates and information.

Students stand behind a barricade at Spring Stampede


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