The network that airs late night comedy favorites like "King of the Hill," "American Dad" and "Robot Chicken" is making a stop in Muncie this weekend as part of its carnival tour.
Muncie is one of 10 college towns Adult Swim will be visiting on the tour.
Members of Ball State's chapter of the American Advertising Federation will be helping promote the tour on Sunday night with freebies and giveaways. The block party will take place from 7 to 11 p.m. in downtown Muncie behind Doc's Music Hall and The Silo.
Emily Gazda, the fundraising director of AAF, is leading a team of student ambassadors for the Adult Swim promotional tour. The team's job, she said, will be to hand out pizza and free merchandise.
The block party is a free event for anyone 18 and older.