Fans to Descend on Downtown San Diego for All-Star Game Parade

Baseball's biggest stars on display for Midsummer Classic

A pregame parade of the stars of the All Star Game will roll through the streets of downtown San Diego on Tuesday.

Starting at noon at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel, a line of convertibles carrying all the members of the National League and American League All-Star teams will be making its way through the streets to Petco Park.

At the head of the parade will be the Grand Marshals, Padres legends Dave Winfield and Trevor Hoffman.

The parade will run across West Harbor Drive and on to Market Street before turning right on to Union Street. From there the cars will turn left on Island Avenue and drive for six blocks before hanging a right on 5th Avenue.

If you’re looking for a good viewing area, the stretch on Island is the best place to set up.

The caravan will head down 5th for a couple of blocks, turn left on K Street and go to the 7th Avenue entrance to Petco Park.

Parking for the event is going to be extremely limited so the Padres and MLB are encouraging fans coming to the parade and the ensuing All-Star Game to use public transportation.

Free park-and-ride lots will be located along Trolley and Coaster lines, including 5,000 spaces at Qualcomm Stadium.

Here's a breakdown of road closures, thanks to the San Diego Police Department.

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