Add These Liberty Station’s ‘Salute The Season’ Happenings To Your Holiday Plans!
Salute the Season is back at Liberty Station for the holidays, featuring an itinerary of events including a drive-in Nutcracker performance, festive art walk, Christmas tree photo opportunities and much more!
The San Diego Ballet Company will present eight outdoor matinee performances of the Nutcracker Ballet on Friday, Nov. 27 – Sunday, Nov. 29 and Saturday, Dec. 5 – Sunday, Dec. 6. The outdoor, drive-in, pop-up auditorium will accommodate 30 parking spots per show. As a “tailgate” format, guests are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and food from local neighborhood restaurants. To note, this event is currently sold out.
Liberty Station’s traditional 88-foot-tall Christmas tree will be lit and decorated beginning on Thanksgiving Day. Located directly behind Stone Brewing, the holiday tree will be open for visitors and photo-ops. To note, they will not be holding a lighting ceremony.
In partnership with the NTC Foundation, the Salute the Season Art Walk features 12 installations throughout Liberty Station’s North and South Promenade inspired by the “Twelve Days of Christmas” carol. Guests will be able to take themselves on a self-guided tour. They are encouraged to snap a photo with an installation and post on social media with #SaluteTheSeason to be entered into a raffle to win a Zoom chat with Santa. This installation is free and will take place from Thursday, Nov. 26 to Sunday, Jan. 10.
Transitioning into Liberty Station in 2000, the multi-use community is home to restaurants, bars, boutiques, art galleries, museums, office spaces, parks, Liberty Public Market and so much more that has become part of everyday life for San Diegans and a hub of experiences for visitors. At 361 acres, Liberty Station is inspired by the Spanish Colonial Revival-style and is divided into five districts which include ARTS DISTRICT, The Quarter, The Neighborhood, South Point and NTC Park. A full directory of businesses can be found here.
See you there….and stay healthy, San Diego!