Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego
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The stadium was easy....easy to locate your seats and food vendors. Must say $30.00 US for 2 glasses of wine was quite steep. We were in row 2 seats 2 and 3 in section PL 41......awesome. The game was... read more »
Went to watch a San Diego chargers game, shame about the result but it didn't stop it being a fantastic day. The stadium is brilliant and the atmosphere is incredible. A great day out
We visited the San Diego Chargers as my husband's birthday gift. Being from out of the country, this was quite an experience. We had researched and purchased high-end seating in the Club section, offe... read more »
My first concert at 34 years old was here. Xzibit, Jayo Fellony and more. Was so freaking awesome! Can't beat the price either of $20 a head for an experience like that. Only downfall is once you leave you can't come back in. Even if you wanna go out to have a cigarette or grab a sweater from the car.
A nice RV event. The huge parking lot is perfect for viewing RVs a necessity because after seeing about 10 of them you get an idea what sort of RV you're most interested in. No traffic easy in out access. No hassle not a time waste.
I loved it. Well organized to prevent bad traffic, and you can get out of the Stadium fast thru the ramps.
I went there for the GNR Concert. The food and beer is expensive, the lines for parking and the trolley are ridiculous, but it is pretty worth it for such a rare experience. Just show up early and expect a tough departure
It was my first visit to the USA back in June,2001 and my wife had booked seats for the Padres vs Oakland A's game in the afternoon on June 14th.Our seats were just behind home plate......my wife paid a few bucks for those babies.We got there a tad late and the A's were leading.In fact Oakland were up 4-2 when the great Tony Gwynn came to the plate with 2 guys on base in the bottom of the 8th innings and he was intentionally walked.I knew about Tony Gwynn from my wife being a Padres supporter and telling me about him back home in Australia.I was pretty bummed that they walked him on purpose to load the bases.However the next batter up...I'm sure he's well known...I can't recall his name but he was a leftie....he belted a huge home run over the far left wall........a bloody grand slam.It was awesome.The Padres ended up winning the game 6-4 and I had seen the great Tony Gwynn play in my first ever visit to a baseball stadium.I believe Tony retired later in the year.God bless him!
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