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The Nutcracker Drive-In

San Diego’s favorite holiday event!

Ringing in the holiday season, San Diego Ballet presents this outdoor matinee of The Nutcracker, enchanting playgoers with sugarplum fairies, leaping cossacks and flurries of snowflakes underneath the San Diego sky. Transforming a corridor of the Liberty Station neighborhood into a pop-up theater, the drive-in format will allow families to revel in this hour long classical production with comfort and safety in mind.

Neighborhood: Point Loma Peninsula

Liberty Station, Lot N

2820 Historic Decatur Rd
San Diego, CA 92106

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Contact Info

(619) 294-7378
matt.carney@sandiegoballet.org

Date & Time

Nov 27 - Dec 6, 2020
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Price

$99-$139 per car

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