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Last Chance for Early-Bird Savings at Maker Faire San Diego in Balboa Park

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Last Chance for Early-Bird Savings at Maker Faire San Diego in Balboa Park

Early birds get the "cheeper" tickets at Maker Faire San Diego, now through July 31 only. Early-bird adult prices start at just $16, children at $11 and admission includes entry to all participating venues.

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SAN DIEGO, Jul. 24, 2018  Early birds get the "cheeper" tickets at Maker Faire San Diego, now through July 31 only. Now in its fourth year, the October 6-7 event is part high-tech science fair, part county fair, part something entirely original. Balboa Park hosts this celebration of technology, arts, crafts, science, and the Do-It-Yourself mindset for innovative, creative people who like to tinker and love to create, and also for those curious minds who want to see and get hands-on with new and innovative things that will be trending in the future.

This multi-museum event showcases innovation in San Diego. To maximize the experience, event-goers are strongly encouraged to "complete the circuit." Over 250 local and regional makers display their creations at Balboa Park—mostly inside participating museums. Each circuit will hold a different array of makers and activities.

Early-bird adult prices start at just $16, children at $11. Admission includes entry to all participating venues. To purchase tickets, visit http://sandiego.makerfaire.com/tickets/. Purchasing a weekend pass will allow visitors time to experience all of the museums participating in this event. Early-bird weekend passes start at just $23 for two full days of action-packed fun and education—a $16 savings. Hurry, early-bird ticket pricing ends July 31.

New to Maker Faire San Diego is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help make an entire museum! The Comic-Con Museum is working on a new permanent space in Balboa Park, and during Maker Faire San Diego you can help the team envision and design the exciting attractions that it will house. There will also be some exciting pop-culture themed maker activities, plus a 24-hour comic book making marathon! Keep an eye out for updates—more is to come!

All tickets provide access to the following circuits:

MF1.    Comic-Con Museum: Comics and Cosplay Zone
MF2.    San Diego Automotive Museum: Steampunk Zone
MF3.    Japanese Friendship Garden: Biomimicry and Green Tech Zone
MF4.    San Diego Art Institute: Contemporary Art Zone
MF5.    Museum of Man: Human Made Zone
MF6.    The Old Globe: Costume and Stage Set Design Zone
MF7.    The Fleet Science Center: Science Technology Zone
MF8.    Cox Outdoor Zone
MF9.    San Diego Natural History Museum (theNAT): The Secret Society of Adultologists Zone
MF10.    Robot Resurrection: Craft Makers Zone
MF11.    Spanish Village Art Center: Local Made Zone

Talk with makers, get hands-on, and visit the exhibitions on display. It'll be a packed weekend!

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ABOUT MAKER FAIRE
Maker Faire is an award winning, family friendly event celebrating technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, food, sustainability, and more. Maker Faire has become part of pop-culture, a place for experiential marketing, debuting new technologies and inventions, and celebrating geekdom. Maker Media produces two annual flagship Maker Faires, partners with museums to produce Featured Maker Faires, and works with communities to license Mini Maker Faires around the world.

ABOUT BALBOA PARK CULTURAL PARTNERSHIP
Balboa Park Cultural Partnership is a nonprofit organization through which 30 arts, science and cultural institutions in Balboa Park collaborate to achieve shared goals. By helping these groups achieve greater organizational efficiency, innovation and excellence, it seeks to contribute to the vitality and sustainability of Balboa Park. For more information visit http://www.bpcp.org.

HISTORY OF MAKER FAIRE
The first Maker Faire launched in May 2006 in the San Francisco Bay Area and was quickly followed by Faires in Austin, Detroit and New York City, as well as others around the world. Technology has lowered the barriers to becoming a Maker and this has launched the Maker Movement, which fuels Maker Faire. Maker Faire was designed to be forward-looking, showcasing Makers who are exploring new forms and new technologies. But it is not just for exhibiting what is new in technical fields - Maker Faire features innovation and experimentation across the spectrum of science, engineering, art, performance, and craft.

 

SOURCE Balboa Park Cultural Partnership

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