San Diego, CA 92106 (858) 365-0822 View their website
Average Base Cost: $27,000
Average base cost for a BRICK wedding is calculated by figuring a 125–person guest list on a Saturday night using a food/beverage cost of $125/pp. Transportation to venue, entertainment, decorations, additional rentals, valet, DJ, and photography are not included. Average price includes gratuity and state sales tax. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee:
Monday-Wednesday: $2,500 – $3,500
*All rates are 24-hour rentals (10 a.m. day-of until 10 a.m. the following day)
- Client concierge
- Night manager
- BYOV (Bring Your Own Vendors)
- Heating and AC
- Up to 250 capacity
- Scissor lift
- Market lights
- No noise ordinances or curfews
- Free parking
- Roll-up door
- West lawn rental is an additional $150
- BRICK beverage service
- Photo booth
- Coordination services
- Cleanup charges include the following:
- Tape removal from walls/floors is $100+ per occurrence
- Exterior trash pickup/removal is $250+ per occurrence
- Cigarette butt pickup is $100+ per occurrence
Food/Beverage: BRICK does not provide catering, but an in-house beverage service is available for purchase. View the venue’s preferred caterers, bakeries, and late-night food providers here.
Space Type: Primarily indoors. The outdoor space — the west lawn — is available for an additional fee.
Size: 250 people
Bridal Suite: No
Parking: 100+ spaces available
Food Service Type: Your choice
How Will Grandma Get There? BRICK is situated in Liberty Station‘s Arts District in San Diego — just a seven-minute drive from San Diego International Airport. The venue’s recommended accommodations can be found here.
Party On! There’s NO curfew.
Important Note: BRICK is pet-friendly.
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BRICK, aka Building 32–a former machine shop within Liberty Station that was the site of the former Naval Training Center in San Diego–used to manufacturer and repair parts for the NTC. Liberty Station has since gone through a revitalization in the past 5 years, including the area that BRICK is located in called the Arts District.
BRICK is now an event venue with space that grants couples the freedom to get creative. The expansive interior features vaulted ceilings, original brick walls, and over 100 windows. You can bring in your own vendors and there is a 24 hour rental period (with no curfew) which means the party can go on for as long as you want it to.
Woman Getting Married Says:
San Diego is, IMHO, a more accessible and beautiful Los Angeles with really unique wedding venues that are actually affordable! What’s not to love about a space that lets you bring in all your own vendors AND has no curfew? Sign us up! The area is also great, and considering everything is easily accessible in San Diego, this is a prime location for a California destination wedding. The only downside with a venue space like this is it’s essentially one big room, meaning you’ll have to find creative ways to decorate and lay out the space. However considering you can BYOB it will definitely offset the cost of extra decor/rentals that way.