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Bing Crosby Season is upon us

by Barry Estates
October 16, 2015
Category:   News

Del Mar Races, Rancho Santa Fe Real Estate

Although the current weather hasn’t shown it, summer has come to a close and it was a good one.  But as summer ends, Bring Crosby is set to begin October 29th and kicks off with it’s vintage Opening Day Vintage Hollywood Fashion Contest.  Put on your best fashionable costumes from Hollywoods golden era for the chance to win cash prizes up to $3,000.

Everything from Del Mar’s Beer and Cider Festival, Fall Gourmet Food Truck Festival to the One Mile Family Run and of course a great music with Sublime with Rome and Iration, this season is shaping to be one of the best yet.

Looking for a something to on a Sunday also? They have you covered with Bing+Bubbles+Brunch in the Turf Club including great food by San Diego renowned chef Brian Malarkey and bottomless mimosas.

Be sure to make it out this Bing Crosby Season at Del Mar.

For more information visit DelMarScene.com or call (858) 755-1167.

Article by: Barry Estates

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