CORONA — What's more amazin' than baseball?
Local chefs from more than 80 restaurants will cook their own food using high-quality bacon provided by festival organizers.
“This certainly won’t be a run-of-the-mill experience for guests," said Kate Levenstien, founder of the classic, which is produced by Cannonball Productions. They've brought the festival to stadiums around the country, including Seattle.
Guests can also learn a bit with cooking demonstrations and beer schools at the stadium, and there will be interactive games and live music.
Tickets for the festival, which will be held in morning and evening sessions, are $59. VIP tickets, which ensure an additional hour of pork-filled treats, cost $129. For more information, visit the website.