Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) will host Late Night Roller Disco Friday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Business administration freshman and ASI special events student assistant Brayden Antonio said the event was a success in the past and ASI wants to bring it back.
“It’s a time for friends to come and relax, Antonio said. “It’s free and convenient on campus.”
Antonio said the special neon lighting for the disco theme will add to the atmosphere and provide a different vibe for students.
“We’re trying to grow (the event) every time and see what students want,” he said.
This year, ASI is expecting approximately 500 students to attend. The rink will be outdoors in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) Plaza. Entry will be free with a Cal Poly ID. Woodstock’s pizza and rental skates will be provided, and neon costumes are encouraged.
“It’s a Friday night, so if you and your friends don’t have anything to do, you can come out,” Antonio said.