The Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier sits on scenic San Diego Bay along San Diego's North Embarcadero, a tourist mecca. It is a building that embodies the San Diego region's rich maritime history, while featuring some of the most forward thinking elements of modern environmental design. 

Broadway Pier is itself historic. The waterfront landmark was constructed in 1919, and over the years it has accommodated the U.S. Navy, the region's fishing fleet, cruise ships, and the royal yacht Brittania during a 1983 visit by Queen Elizabeth.


Everything takes place at the Broadway Pier Port Pavilion, located at 1000 N Harbor Drive.

Both for the environment and your own convenience, we highly recommend using public transportation or ride sharing to reach the event.

The Pier is merely two city blocks from the Santa Fe Depot and America Plaza transit stations, which connect to the Orange, Green, and Blue trolley lines, the COASTER train, and the 992 bus from the San Diego Airport.

For those driving, we suggest the following options for parking:

Navy Pier / Midway Museum (Encouraged Option)

910 N Harbor Drive, just south of the Broadway Pier.
Rates: $5 for 1 hour, $10 for 10 hours, $12 for 24 hours.

B Street Cruise Ship Terminal Pier B (For Overflow)

1140 N Harbor Drive, just north of the Broadway Pier.
Rates: $6–$8 for 1 hour, $12–$16 for up to 12 hours, $18–$24 for 12–24 hours.