San Diego Sake Day Festival Takes Over Waterfront Ruocco Park At Seaport Village On October 8 | Save On Passes & Enter To Win 2 Tickets

September 5, 2022

Kampai! To celebrate World Sake Day, the San Diego Sake Festival will return to a new venue at the the waterfront Ruocco Park in Seaport Village on October 8, and we are raffling off 2 tickets to attend as well as offering promo code SDVILLE for $15 off tickets.

East Village's Beshock Ramen is thrilled to announce San Diego’s largest sake celebration — San Diego Sake Festival 2022 with co-hosts Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana. Taking place at Ruocco Park in downtown San Diego's Seaport Village on Saturday, October 8, from 3-6pm, San Diego Sake Day will start with a traditional cedar sake barrel opening ceremony known as "Kagami Biraki." The event will feature tastings of over 50 different sake varieties from all over Japan and North American breweries, as well as live music and food available for purchase. Guests will receive their own sake tasting cups and all attendees will get a chance to mingle with local sake brewers and sommeliers to learn about the history and production of the world famous Japanese fermented rice wine.

Tickets to the San Diego Sake Day Festival are available online. General admission passes include sake and beverage samples, live entertainment and admission to the event. VIP tickets include all general admission benefits plus one hour early access to the festival (2pm-6pm), priority entry, three food samples, a special Kutaniyaki Sake cup, an original Nonbei tote bag, and a designated shaded VIP seating area. Promo code SDVILLE saves $15 per ticket. Get your passes before the event sells out. 

Enter for a chance to receive 2 complimentary tickets to the San Diego Sake Festival on October 8.

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The San Diego Sake Festival takes place on Saturday, October 8, at 585 Harbor Lane within Seaport Village in downtown San Diego. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit and check out the promo video below for scenes from events passed.