Wednesday, August 5, 2020

92118 Day Approved – Local Bands Revealed

During the last City Council meeting on May 15th, the council unanimously approved the “once-in-a-lifetime” community celebration called 92118 Day. The name of the event reflects both the Coronado zip code and the date of when the event takes place:  September 21, 2018. The City of Coronado will be funding the one-time event and any proceeds from the event will be returned to the City. 92118 Day will include live music, food, drink, vendors, sports events (volleyball, spikeball, bocce ball, etc.), beach activities (sandcastles, games for children, etc.), a movie on the sand and fireworks. View the entire 92118 Day schedule.

Events taking place in the morning include golf, lawn bowling and tennis, however, the main celebration is set to take place along parts of Ocean Blvd, Isabella Ave. and at Central Beach from 3p-9p. The following morning (9-22-18) will be a community beach cleanup from 8a-11a to help beautify the beach and surrounding city streets.

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Street area planned to be used during 92118 Day.

Beach area planned to be used for 92118 Day.

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Recently, four local Coronado bands were announced by the planning committee via their Facebook Group.  Bands will be coordinated by the Coronado Promenade:

It’s Never 2L8

Ron’s Garage

In Midlife Crisis

Matt Heinecke / Crown Town

Stay tuned for more announcements by joining the official 92118 Day Facebook group or by visiting 92118Day.com.


 

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For more information about the committee, schedule, activities and more, visit http://www.92118day.com/
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