SoCal Music Festival
Feel the power of live music this Labor Day weekend at San Diego’s inaugural “SoCal Music Festival.” The Southern Californian lifestyle is identified by its sunshine, music, outdoor activities and relaxed vibes. All of these attributes will be on display at the SoCal Music Festival this holiday weekend. And with music festivals gaining popularity all over the world, we can’t help but wonder why San Diego hasn’t hosted one sooner!
This all-day festival will include four stages, and will feature a mixture DJ’s and live bands as well as interactive art exhibits displayed throughout the streets. The festival lineup includes a variety of acts to suite any musical taste, with performances from Cold War Kids, Roger Sanchez, Too $hort, Felguk, Krewella and more.
Attendees will also have the chance to visit the festival’s unique 80’s/90’s video arcade tent. The tent includes VAVi’s Interactive Zone, which will have a large inflatable slide, a giant-sized game of Jenga and more. In addition, guests will have the chance to ride an assortment of carnival rides for their entertainment.
Don’t worry about having to find a ride home either. The festival will have a designated driver program available at no cost for all attendees! From 7:00PM to 12:30AM guests will have the option to take a FREE designated driver shuttle home to anywhere in San Diego County!
For more information about the SoCal Music Festival and to purchase tickets, please visit: http://www.socalfestival.com/
When: Saturday, September 1 (Labor Day Weekend), 2pm-12am
Where: East Village, Downtown
G Street Between 9th Ave and 10th Ave
9th Ave between G Street and Market Street
10th Ave between G Street and Market Street