MLB All-Star Game
Experience the Best in Baseball play in 2016!
Travel to San Diego for the MLB All Star Game at Petco Park. This is the ultimate baseball fan tour. Experience the Futures, Home Run Derby, and All-Star game. Choose from 2, 3, or 4 nights lodging.
Stay close to the best of San Diego!
The Embassy Suites Downtown is located near the heart of the historic Gaslamp District, close to the San Diego harbor, and walking distance to Petco Park. The hotel features all-suite rooms, an indoor pool, breakfast and evening cocktail reception daily, and stunning water views.
The perfect family outing:
Join us before Tuesday's All-Star Game for a beautiful harbor tour of San Diego. See the majestic sea lions and take in the fantastic views of the city skyline. The perfect pre-game outing for all ages to enjoy.
MLB All Star Travel Packages
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MLB All Star Tickets
|Event||Date & Time||Venue||Availability|
|MLB All-Star Game||July 11, 2017 - Time TBA||Marlins Ballpark|
MLB All Star Event Information
2016 All-Star Game:
The 2016 MLB All-Star game is being hosted at Petco Park in San Diego, CA. Petco Park has been the home of MLB’s San Diego Padres since 2004. The ballpark is located in the heart of San Diego’s famed Gaslamp Quarter, home to some of So-Cal’s favorite restaurants and bars.
All-Star Weekend Format:
The MLB All-Star game pits the best players from baseball’s American League and National League against each other. The winner of MLB All-Star game receives home field advantage for their respective league in the World Series. Previously in the 2015 All-Star game in Cincinnati, the American League defeated the National League 6-3. The game featured a controversial appearance by Reds legend Pete Rose, and the game’s MVP was awarded to the Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout for the 2nd straight year.
The weekend includes multiple festivities ranging from the actual All-Star game itself, all the way to the Home-Run Derby held the night before. Other events also include the All-Star Futures game held on All-Star Sunday and the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball game.
This year’s MLB All-Star game is hosted out of the home of the San Diego Padres, Petco Park. Unique features of the ballpark include the “Park at the Park” located behind center field, the whistle of the USS Ronald Reagan which is sounded after a homerun, and the Tony Gwynn, “Mr. Padre,” statue located on the center field concourse.
The panoramic view at Petco Park is truly astounding; you have sights of downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter right within the confines of the park. Many also visit the famed Western Supply Co building located within the ballpark. This building was saved during Petco Park’s construction and restored to feature a team store, rooftop seating, and a restaurant.
What to do in the local area?
San Diego offers a wealth of culture and activities for travelers who are stopping in for the All-Star Weekend. Local institutions include the San Diego Harbor, the famed Gaslamp Quarter’s fashion boutiques, and William Heath Davis' house, home of the city’s oldest wooden structure. A personal favorite of ours is the Chuck Jones Gallery which houses the works of the famed cartoonist that created Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
You can also visit the other professional sports teams in the area including the San Diego Chargers who reside in Qualcomm Stadium, former home of the Padres, or the newly formed San Diego Gulls AHL ice hockey team.