A time-honored tradition at Arizona State University, Homecoming is back this fall after a pandemic pause, bringing together students, parents, alumni and the ASU community to celebrate their Sun Devil spirit. The university will celebrate Homecoming this year with multiple events Oct. 24–30, culminating in a football game against Washington State at noon Oct. 30.
“During the seven days that mark Homecoming, students can expect a week full of celebrations on every campus,” said Sage Vu, student Homecoming director.
Vu says some of the week’s highlights for students include:
- Sparky's Festival of Fright, 4–7 p.m. Oct. 24, West campus.
- Sparky Comedy Night, 6–8 p.m., Oct. 25, Tempe campus.
- A Nightmare on 7th Street, 8–11 p.m. Oct. 26, Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Devil’s Royal, 8–11 p.m. Oct. 28, Polytechnic campus.
“After a year, (the Programming and Activities Board) is excited to be celebrating Homecoming once again,” Vu said. “It has been exciting to plan these events that will engage two full groups of students (first- and second-year students) that have never had the opportunity to participate in Homecoming before.” Learn more about some of this year’s signature activities here.
Email for event inquiries
Name for event inquiries
Phone number for event inquiries