The Arizona State University Sun Devil Club will unveil a new tradition beginning Saturday as it hosts its first-ever Sun Devil Away Game Viewing Party. For the first time, Sun Devil fans can gather at the UltraStar Scottsdale Pavilion, 9090 E. Indian Bend Loop, on Saturday, Sept., 17, to watch ASU's first road tilt as it takes on the University of Illinois.

Saturday's kickoff is set for 4 p.m. MST and the doors at the viewing party will open an hour beforehand, at 3 p.m. The Sun Devil Club hopes to have up to 600 people in attendance.

Those attending must be 21 or older due to alcoholic beverages being served. Food will also be provided. Tickets are available for purchase online through the ASU ticket office for $10.

The event will have a meet and greet that features former Sun Devil greats Ron Pritchard and J.D. Hill. Both Pritchard and Hill are member's of the ASU Hall of Fame.

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