If you have a ticket and were thinking of skipping the Diesel xXx 30th Anniversary party on Saturday (October 11), think again. While walking along the esplanade in Brooklyn Heights over the weekend, we noticed an army of construction workers down below on an empty pier. They were busy building the largest temporary structure we have ever seen and we soon realized that it was the site of the Diesel party. The word "humongous" does not do it justice. M.I.A., N.E.R.D., Hot Chip, DJs, 4,000 hotdogs, 4,000 pretzels, 4,000 portions of cotton candy and popcorn, Joey Arias and one mind-boggling view of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty will go a long way in making people forget about the economy -- at least for five hours on a Fall weekend in New York City. If for some reason you can't make it, you can watch the event live at www.deisel.com. The best way to get to the sight is to make your way down to the waterfront near the River Cafe and the watertaxi landing, then walk south along the road that runs under the BQE.