It’s Going To Be Fun, Fun, Fun Again In San Diego
Okay now THIS is what we’re talking about folks.
With vaccinations, open doors to bars and restaurants and the return of events, the party landscape is returning to San Diego.
And it’s just been announced that The Beach Boys and Ziggy Marley will be playing a pair of concerts at Petco Park on Memorial Day Weekend.
The California lifestyle band – which had a scheduled concert at the new Shell Pavilion on the bay canceled last July due to COVID-19 – is playing Saturday, May 29. They will be joined by special guests John Stamos and Mark McGrath and will perform a two-hour set. Doors at 5:30 p.m.
The next day the Grammy-winning reggae starMarley will play a special tribute concert to his father, Bob Marley, with doors opening at 6 p.m.
Each show will take place on the Petco Park field with the stage set up near second base. People will have the opportunity to choose between a limited number of VIP seats on the playing field, luxury suites, vaccinated/tested sections, or socially distanced pod-style sections.
Tickets for both shows start at $29 and as FriarWire subscribers get exclusive access to a ticket presale on Wednesday, May 5 at 11 a.m. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday, May 6 at 10:00 a.m. There is no word on capacity at this time.
Standard COVID-19 safety protocols from Padres home games will remain in place, including wearing masks at all times while not actively eating or drinking.
Here is the link to buy tickets: Concerts at Petco Park.