Red Dress Party San Diego at Broadway Pier
Red Dress Party San Diego is a celebration to raise awareness and funds for organizations that serve the local HIV/AIDS community; but not your typical fundraising gala, this event is so much more.
This is a night of music and dancing mixed with charity and fun, where all attendees – and we mean everyone – is required to wear a red dress. This serves as a powerful sign of solidarity and compassion for those affected by HIV/AIDS and a way to unite the crowd in one radiant theme. At this unique celebration we invite everyone to be brave, let loose, and celebrate impact.
Pre-sale tickets will be available in May 2020.
The Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier sits on scenic San Diego Bay along San Diego's North Embarcadero, a tourist mecca. It is a building that embodies the San Diego region's rich maritime history, while featuring some of the most forward thinking elements of modern environmental design.
The Port Pavilion is a dual-purpose facility. It serves as a cruise ship terminal when the nearby B Street Cruise Ship Terminal is accommodating two ships and a third ship needs a berth.
When no cruise visits are scheduled, the pavilion can be rented out for meetings, parties, concerts, conferences, performances or other public events.