As San Diego County moves through the state’s “Phase 2” of the COVID-19 pandemic emergency, the City of San Diego will be allowing the public to re-enter Balboa Park’s “central mesa” area once more – where the Zoo, museums, and Organ Pavilion are located. Parking lots will open as soon as June 12. Click Here for the latest information about the Park.
Don’t look for a live concert at the Organ Pavilion, though. Unlike Open Air Museums, which can open at this stage, the Pavilion isn’t subject to limited entry – it’s an open plaza – and public gatherings at entertainment venues are still ruled out by the public health guidelines. The Spreckels Organ Society will hold no live concerts till further notice – which means we won’t have a Monday night festival until 2021. Sunday concerts will keep coming online, for the health of the Society’s audience and volunteers.
So put on your best shoes for walking and enjoy the trees, birds, paths, gardens, fountains, and the joy of a June that happens to be sunny!
CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK to the online concert that will premiere on Sunday June 7 at 2 pm PDT, with Live Chat and your chance to vote for your favorite musical selection.
Each Sunday concert runs approximately one hour. After the premiere streaming, at about 3 p.m Sunday, you can click the link to view the performance any time. Note: concert videos are removed late Tuesday or early Wednesday, so please make a point of viewing during the next two days!
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Here is THE MAY 31 CONCERT LINK. Or you may click on the image below.
After 3 p.m Sunday, you can view any time during the next two days.
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Click HERE or on the picture above, to go to YouTube where Raul Prieto Ramirez presents a one-hour concert on the Spreckels Organ.