Here is an overview of the schedule, with links to more detail on the AC website.
July 4: Opening Ceremony at AC Park – Pier 27-29
12:00 Ribbon cutting – AC Park
15:00 Opening Ceremony in AC Pavilion
The Park and exhibits are free. Admission to the Opening Ceremony is $10 with $9 going to the Healthy Ocean Project – a good cause!
The “Flying on Water” exhibit in the AC Park sounds like it should be interesting:
At the projection wall, fans can interact via a track ball with a 14-foot three-dimensional model of an AC72. Rotate the model by rotating the track ball and zoom in on certain sections of the model and factoids pop up.
A hydrofoiling experiment allows fans to press down on a mini daggerboard, which activates a projection of an AC72. The catamaran starts to gybe when you push on the daggerboard; lift it up and the boat starts to fly.
July 5: Boat Parade and AC72 Speed Trials
11:00 Boat Parade passes AC Park at Pier 27-29
The AC7s will be towed by their tenders in the boat parade.
12:15 AC72 Speed Trials, off Marina Green.
Watch the trial on big screens at Marina Green and in AC Park.
13:15 end of Speed Trials, AC72’s return to moorings at AC Park
14:00 Dock in show with sailors, at AC Park
July 7: First race of the Louis Vuitton Cup round robin
Emirates Team New Zealand is scheduled to race Luna Rossa on Sunday 7 July, at 12:15.
That race may not happen, though, since Luna Rossa has said they do not want to race before the International Jury decides on the protest about changes to the design rule for the AC72. See the article below for details.