Ryan Chartrand

Finding cheap, fun activities to do with friends can be somewhat of a hassle for Cal Poly students. No matter where you go in San Luis Obispo when you leave the house, there always seems to be an admission fee or cover charge.

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) aims to change all that by hosting Dusk ’til Dawn, an all-night extravaganza to be held today in the Cal Poly Rec Center.

The doors open at 8 p.m., kicking off a night of live music and a wide range of activities to keep students occupied until 2 a.m. Admission is free to all Cal Poly students.

“Everyone here is always looking for something to do on the weekends. We really want to give back to the students,” said Grant Zanini, ASI Events Student Manager.

The Expendables will perform at 10 p.m., giving students live music while they challenge friends to big glove boxing, jousting, bungee run or the Super Mega Obstacle Course. DJ Mel from Wild 106 will keep the music going before and after the live performance, and Woodstock’s Pizza will provide food on a first-come, first-served basis.

Students will even get a chance to compete in Halo and Dance Dance Revolution tournaments and try out the mechanical bull.

“There’s something for everybody,” Zanini said.

ASI seeks to offer exciting activities to all students, but hopes the event will be especially convenient for students who live on campus

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