Sample over 60 beers from 30+ brewers, enjoy live music from San Diego Music Awards winners The Routine plus guests Bill Magee Blues Band. It’s a fun day in the sun, with the best craft beer that you can find anywhere in the world.
Buy your tickets now by CLICKING HERE. To save $5 on each ticket, please use the promo code softball.
Proceeds benefit the Mira Mesa Community Foundation.
Sunday, November 27, and every Sunday at Del Mar, is Free and Fun. Receive FREE Stretch Run admission, FREE program and FREE seat along with HALF PRICE Beer (domestic drafts), Bloody Marys, mimosas and Champagne splits. Reserve a table with your own personal TV at First Turn restaurant to watch your favorite Sunday Pro Football games or check them out at 17 Hands Pub or the Paddock Tavern.
“Chargers Day at Del Mar,” a celebration of the team’s rich history in San Diego keyed around the team’s former players paying tribute to their faithful fans, will be held Saturday, July 22 at the seaside track.
Several dozen past and current Chargers players have signed on for an afternoon of festivities that will include winner’s circle salutes, photo and autograph sessions, video clips and photos centered on the team’s 56-year run in the community. All the “Lightning Bolt” activity will add special zest to a full afternoon of high-class racing that will feature a pair of major events, the Eddie Read Stakes and the TVG San Diego Handicap, with the latter race a possible target for the horse currently considered the best in the world, Arrogate.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, The Great American Eclipse will occur in San Diego. We’ll be hosting multiple events at the Fleet Science Center that morning and would love to have you come join us! We’ll also be hosting a number of different run up events and have our resident astronomer, Dr. Lisa Will, available for interview in the days and weeks leading up to the actual event as well.
The eclipse will be visible from 9:07 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. on August 21. It will reach its maximum point of eclipse in San Diego at 10:23 a.m. Totality will be visible from other parts of the country, but in San Diego we will only see a partial eclipse. We won’t see another solar eclipse until 2023, so don’t miss this one!