San Diego FC will kick off its 18-city Chrome Ball Tour at 10 a.m. Saturday on the Oceanside Amphitheater.
Every Chrome Ball Tour cease, in line with the Main League Soccer enlargement membership, “acknowledges the various neighborhoods of San Diego County” by weaving collectively soccer, arts and native tradition in a pageant ambiance. Admission is free.
The Oceanside cease will characteristic a 40-team avenue soccer event that features three divisions, grownup, ladies youth and boys youth.
Followers additionally will likely be handled to dwell musical performances from Oceanside natives Obed Padilla and John Givez, native meals distributors and artists displays.
The road soccer event begins at 11 a.m. Within the night beginning at 5:30 p.m., performances begin, with Overseas Freestylers, Wild Nation Dance Krew and a Polynesian heritage efficiency from the “Mana” Mira Costa School Dance Program, with music from FAIVA.
Padilla and Givez will shut out the day.
Every tour cease will characteristic bespoke swag, together with posters and patches designed by native artists. In Oceanside, native artist Gabriel Medina is collaborating with the membership. Moreover, San Diego FC labored with native artist Richie Moon to design the Chrome Ball Tour mark and digital paintings.
Attendees who acquire all 18 metropolis badges all year long will likely be entered for an opportunity to win prizes and unique reductions.
Upcoming stops embrace Escondido on Feb. 3, Poway on Feb. 17 and Santee on March 2.