Here Are the Changes Made For Padres' Fans Attending Opening Day!


Today is Cesar Chavez Day!

In honor of it most San Diego city and county offices will be closed.  However, the city’s trash, recycling and yard waste pickups will follow a normal schedule all week. Emergency Police and fire departments will be open however non-emergency services provided by the same agencies will not be available. MTS offices will be closed but MTS buses and trolleys will still be on normal schedule. San Diego County offices, libraries and animal shelters will be closed to the public. Most county parks will be open, but they do say to check the hours before you go.

San Diego Pride has announced that pride will go virtual for the 2ndyear in a row. 

They will however have limited-capacity in-person events planned for July 10-18. Those will be announced in early June. The executive director said, “While I know that this year’s Pride events may again look different, next year’s Pride will be a massive unforgettable celebration.” If you want more info go to sdpride.org.

Tomorrow is opening day at the Padres and if you’re going to the game things might be a little different.

  • The Padres are only allowed 20 percent capacity for their home games, which isto about 10 thousand fans in the stands.
  • Fans will be grouped in pods of six seats, socially distanced. They'll have to wear masks unless they are eating or drinking at their seat.
  • Concession ordering will be done through a mobile app. You can no longer bring in outside food, except for one 32 ounce sealed bottle of water. For children, they can bring in milk or a small juice pouch.
  • There is also a no-bag policy, with the exception four-by six-inch fanny packs or clutches.

The Padres could increase capacity if we enter the Orange Tier. 

The Oscar Meyer Wienermobile is making a two day stop at the Carlsbad Flower Fields. 

It arrived yesterday and will be there till 2pm today. You’ll be able to take a photo with the Wienermobile and they are also giving out Wiener Whistles to lucky fans.

Today is National Prom Day!

Most schools won’t be having prom (again) this year, but this day might help bring a little bit of the prom spirit. This day isn’t about this year’s prom -- it’s about proms of the past. The day encourages all generations to share their prom photos on social media. Use the hashtag #nationalpromday and tag @promgirlxo and @promguytux.