There is no better combination in major league baseball than San Diego and Petco Park: sunny, quirky, historical and modern. This independently operated site has been serving as a resource to fans of baseball new and old, local residents, visitors to southern California, and anyone with an interest in Petco Park, since 2004. Is there a Padres game today? Play ball!
Where to eat at Petco Park. A guide to the best peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fish tacos at San Diego’s famous ballpark.
Sunny sections or shade? Sitting in the right seats can make all the difference.
Win or lose, fans always leave the game smiling when the night ends with fireworks. This season will feature at least one game with a Fireworks Display. View the schedule.
The ’80s hit Petco Park like a 2-run bloop single off the bat of a young Tony Gwynn with this epic rock concert.
A winning team is the best incentive to get fans to the ballpark, and hopefully the Padres will do their part. To sweeten the deal, here is the schedule of upcoming promotions and special events at Padres games for 2018.
The Deftones have chosen Petco Park as the venue for a new festival, one day of music featuring a lineup of bands from all over the genre map.
Referring to the grassy lawn seating area behind the outfield, the Park at the Park is one of the distinctly San Diego quirks that makes visiting Petco Park a unique experience.
Baseball is expensive and someone has to pay. But with the proper coupons and promos, that someone doesn’t have to be you.
Hey visiting team fans, don’t be a kook. Know your local brews!
Still, this is California so vegetarians and vegans need not fear. Top vegetarian options at Petco Park include vegetable sushi, grilled tofu wraps, grilled veggie sandwiches and of course veggie dogs and burgers.