San Diego Spring Round Up

San Diego Spring Round Up

THEME: We Are Not Saints

Apr 06 - Apr 09, 2023

Convention Status

Greetings from your San Diego Spring Round Up Committee.

We hope this finds you all safe and well. The 2023 San Diego Spring Round Up is here. It is going to be AMAZING!

  • The Roundup is Easter Weekend, April 6 - 9, 2023.
  • We have added an Event Bundle this year that includes the AA Banquet Dinner, Spiritual Breakfast, and Ice Cream Social at a saving of $15.

Please check out this website for further updates. We will keep you informed.

May God bless you and keep you safe!

Your San Diego Spring Round Up Committee


Click the following link to make reservations for the 2023 San Diego Spring Roundup at the Town and Country San Diego or call the hotel directly at: (800) 772-8527.

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  • By contacting Mark B. by email or phone.
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Leading up to the mid-1970's, there were two prominent conventions in southern California. The Southern California Convention that was started in 1952. And the Palm Springs Round Up, that was started in 1960.

Both of these events were very popular and well attended. The convention agendas included breakfast, lunch and banquet dinners with great speakers, plus entertainment and sporting events.

The combination of enthusiasm created by these events and the fact that AA was growing very fast during the1970's, caused some AA's in San Diego to think about and work toward starting their own event.

After a couple years of coordinating and planning meetings, the San Diego Spring Round Up (SDSRU) kicked off in 1978. And, from its very first year, this event has been a positive influence on those in attendance and has generated enough revenue to cover expenses, maintain a prudent reserve and make 7th Tradition contributions to various AA service entities.

At this writing, forty years later, it seems fair to say that the SDSRU has achieved it's purpose, as stated in the excerpt of the original Policies shown below:


It is an established fact that those who attend and take an active part in Alcoholics Anonymous Round Ups, such as this one, have a more positive attitude in their solution of the problem of alcoholism and are aided in acquiring the knowledge needed to arrest this devastating disease. In the true spirit of Alcoholics Anonymous, we, the first San Diego Round Up Committee, do hereby establish the following guidelines. In addition, we will henceforth be governed by the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

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