Liberty Station Hosts Inaugural Taste of Liberty Station

On Wednesday, June 21, Liberty Station will host the inaugural Taste of Liberty Station from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Liberty Station businesses will open their doors for attendees to discover the variety of bites of Liberty Station’s eateries, live music and artisan goods in the storied corridors and plazas, artwork from the local art galleries in the community, and have the option to sip different sparkling wines in the Bubbly Garden. Ticketholders will receive a “Liberty Pass” that will map out a list of participating restaurants with their menu offerings, and businesses and art galleries that are taking part in the event. An additional ticket for the Bubbly Garden will be available for those 21 and over. The live entertainment and art exhibits in the corridors and plaza will be open to the public to enjoy.

 

“Liberty Station is San Diego’s signature neighborhood and we are looking forward to putting on our first Taste of Liberty Station to give our residents, community and visitors the opportunity to explore everything Liberty Station has to offer all in one evening,” said Marco Li Mandri, Executive Director.  “With over 350 acres that make up Liberty Station, there’s always something new and unique to discover. We plan to make Taste of Liberty Station a flagship event, so each year people have the opportunity to connect with the new businesses and arts and culture that make up our community.”

 

More than 20 eateries will be participating in this year’s Taste of Liberty Station. Some featured food establishments include the food proveiers of the Liberty Public Market and many more. The ARTS DISTRICT at Liberty Station will come alive with art exhibits by local artists and artisans showcasing their work throughout the promenades, inviting attendees to interact with them. Over six live performances will be happening in the different plazas in the neighborhood the whole evening, with performances by Cedrice, Dano’s Island Sounds, School of Rock, and more.

 

Two ticket options will be available for Taste of Liberty Station. The “Liberty Pass” will grant attendees access to all food tastings at the event. “Liberty Pass” tickets are priced at $30 prior to the event and $40 at the door. Guests 21 and over will also have the option to experience the Bubbly Garden that will feature three tastings of sparkling wine in the Central Promenade. Tickets for the Bubbly Garden are priced at $15 prior to the event and $20 at the door. To purchase tickets, visit www.tasteoflibertystation.com.

 

Kid Ventures at Liberty Station will offer its “The Drop” the evening of Taste of Liberty Station, giving parents the option to drop off their kids at Kid Ventures so kids can play in the indoor outdoor venue, while parents enjoy the event. For pricing visit www.indoorplaysandiego.com.

 

Event: Taste of Liberty Station

Date:    Wednesday, June 21

Location: Liberty Station—2640 Historic Decatur Road

Time:   5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Cost:    Liberty Pass $30

Bubbly Garden $15

Art and music FREE

*Prices to increase day of event

 

For more information on this year’s event or information about Liberty Station, visit www.libertystation.com.

 

About Liberty Station Community Association

 

Located in San Diego, Calif., Liberty Station was built upon naval roots and was originally the Naval Training Center (NTC) that opened in 1923. NTC transitioned into Liberty Station in 1997 and became a cultural hub of art, leisure and history—creating a timeless destination. Today, Liberty Station is San Diego’s signature neighborhood, inviting residents, the community and visitors to connect through events and experiences while discovering and exploring all of Liberty Station’s offerings. The neighborhood features an array of boutiques and shops, over 70 local galleries in the ARTS DISTRICT, and dozens of delectable dining spots. Built by design, Liberty Station creates an authentic experience—encompassing beautifully landscaped promenades, restored historic buildings that have been preserved for today’s commerce, storied corridors, historic landmarks, and spacious plazas. The historic San Diego destination is managed by the Liberty Station Community Association (LSCA), which works to maintain, beautify, promote, and develop the neighborhood.

 

More information about Liberty Station can be found at www.libertystation.com.

Author: So Cal Life Mag Guest Post

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