A dynamic program of performances, activations, and installations over six months beginning May 21.

Please check the map or the schedule to learn more about specific project dates and locations.

All Park Social projects occur within the City’s vast and varied park system and provide an experience that is new and unexpected!

To enhance your experience, we suggest all visitors check the Frequently Asked Questions below for tips and guidance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I experience Park Social?

Park Social is conceptualized as an outdoor experience happening in stages where you check the schedule to identify the dates/times of events, installations and happenings to plan your visit. You can check-out one project or visit as many projects and events as you choose over the course of the initiative – it’s up to you. Below are tips and guidance that may help with planning your visit. Learn more about Park Social.

When is Park Social?

May 21 – November 20, 2022

See schedule for more information about dates/times.

Where is Park Social?

At parks across the city of San Diego. The locations are available on the Park Social Map (see above). This is the easiest way to navigate to projects and events.

Love Your Park

Park Social is committed to minimizing impact on the park system in the production of this initiative, and asks visitors to share this commitment when visiting parks. Throw your garbage in designated trash receptacles, pick up anything you bring, and follow all park hours and regulations.

How much does it cost?

Park Social projects and events are free and open to all.

Do I need tickets?

No tickets or reservations are accepted nor required.

What about social media?

Bring a phone or camera and tag us using #sdparksocial. Follow us @sdartsculture.

Can I take professional photos or video shoots of the projects?

Professional and commercial photography and video shoots of Park Social projects are not allowed. In some instances, permission will be granted to requestors after obtaining necessary approvals from City and other copyright holders. To inquire, use the Media Inquiry form.