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Mardi Gras in Downtown San Diego

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate|Uncategorized with 0 Comments

The San Diego Mardi Gras Parade and Celebration will take place on Saturday, February 6th from 5pm to midnight in thestreets of the historic Gaslamp Quarter. A variety of VIP tickets, including early bird ticket purchases for $75 and party packages, are available. Here are a few other event details and highlights, presented by 92101 Urban Living.


At this much-anticipated San Diego Mardi Gras party, attendees can enjoy popular performers, the Big Easy Parade and a wide variety other entertainment that will set the bar for San Diego nightlife. There will be several spectacular stages of entertainment, like the Treme Stage and Rue Carnival, that’ll include both national and international DJ talent along with a live stage featuring Mardi Gras-inspired acts that will include street performances and awe-inspiring visuals. The entertainment alone will take this year’s Mardi Gras celebration to the next level.

Food and Drink

You can make your Mardi Gras experience epic by selecting one of the food and beverage packages that offered, including the General Admission Food and Beverage Package for $60. This package not only includes your ticket to Mardi Gras, you’ll also receive a $30 food or beverage voucher credit that you can use at select venues, including Blue Point Coastal Cuisine, Maryjane’s, Blush, and Florent. Other packages with VIP tickets are also available for $90.

After Party

When midnight strikes, this Mardi Gras celebration might be over, but the partying isn’t. You can head over to the official Mardi Gras after party at the Tin Roof. At this after party, they will be offering fantastic live music and drink specials, and there will be free admission for all Mardi Gras attendees.

The San Diego Mardi Gras is not only an epic party, it also benefits the National Center for Community Enhancement. This organization helps out charitable organizations and programs that strive to make positive changes in urban communities.

If you don’t live in a condo, loft, or Downtown San Diego penthouse nearby, be sure to drink responsibly. Take a taxi, take an Uber or Lyft, or get a hotel room, but don’t drink and drive! ')}