San Diego February 2016 events


Groundhog Day   February 2
Ash Wednesday February 10
Valentine’s Day   February 14
President’s Day  February 15 (County Recorder and California Title will be closed)

San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing


San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing


San Diego Gulls Ongoing – check website for schedule


Tijuana Foodie Tour Various times – check website
Enjoy a guided, four-hour foodie tour for an adventure in food, culture, and exercise, sampling food from four street food vendors and one regional-cuisine eatery to taste the best flavors of Tijuana.


Oceanside Art Walk: Be Mine Feb 5
Artists from San Diego to Redondo Beach come out for First Friday Art Walk happening in the galleries and theatres of Oceanside with vibrant arts, performances, music, poetry,activities, food, and fun for all ages, all free. This month’s theme is “Be Mine.”



Cheesemaking Fundamentals Feb 6
Learn the fundamental processes behind fresh cheesemaking as well as techniques for making pressed cheeses and aged cheeses such as cheddar, gouda, and camembert.


Outrigger Canoe Racing Feb 6
Join Kai Elua Outrigger Canoe Club at their free recreational practices from now through March. If you are new to paddling, then the recreational practices provide an opportunity for you to try outrigger canoe paddling. Sessions are generally an hour and a half long, and the hosts provide the paddles and instruction.

Hearts for Hope 5k Run/Walk Feb 6
Annual 5k run/walk plus food, music, games, prizes, kids’ zone and activities. Proceeds benefit families of children challenged by life-threatening illnesses.

Hungry Dog Dash Feb 7
5K run/walk benefiting the Point Loma High School men’s and women’s cross country teams. A morning of fitness and fun with music, opportunity drawings, children’s activities, vendor village, food trucks.


Happy (Lunar) New Year! Feb 12-14
Eleventh annual Vietnamese Tet Lunar New Year Festival promises entertainment including Asian-themed dancers, traditional and contemporary singers and musicians, martial artists, magicians, soccer and volleyball tournaments, Chinese chess tournament, traditional cultural center, Vietnamese traditional dress (áo dài) fashion show, dancing contests, Asian-Pacific dance troupes, special foods. Lion and dragon dance performances throughout festival.

San Diego Pet Expo Feb 13-14
Tons of pet-friendly exhibitors and rescue groups; live demonstrations in obedience training, pet care, and activism; great giveaways and prizes; discounts on pet products, talent, and costume contests; and retailers.

Cupid’s Cleanup Feb 13
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to show your loved ones just how much you care about them. Why not do the same for the environment? Volunteers will meet behind Benchmark Brewing Company and then clean up surrounding streets and the San Diego River. Those over 21 can stick around after the cleanup for an after-party.


Year of the Monkey Feb 13-14
The 34th Annual 2016 San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair celebrates rain or shine. Chinese New Year is February 19, 2015 (4714): Year of the Monkey. This is a free, family-friendly event! Come celebrate our 34th year of hosting the fair and our 44th year of providing social services to the San Diego community.


Supercross Motorcycle Feb 13, 16
Billed as “the world’s premier indoor motorcycle circuit,” composed of 17 races with tight corners, fast straightaways, challenging rhythm sections, and massive triple jumps.


Valentine’s Day at the Museum Feb 14
Embrace romance with an after-hours, love-themed art tour, available exclusively on February 14. Following the tour, visit the May S. Marcy Sculpture Court and Garden at Panama 66 and enjoya picnic basket for two filled with gourmet sandwiches, a cheese or vegan plate, chocolate truffles and a bottle of champagne, wine or craft beer.


Winter Brew Fest Feb 19-20
Friday night features The Fooks. Saturday night Headshine plays the VIP power hour from 6-7pm, followed by Euphoria Brass Band.


Symphology: The Science of Sound Feb 20
The San Diego Symphony Orchestra is performing a series of four Family Festival concerts designed to introduce children 5-12 to the magic, science, and wonder of classical music. This edition features Symphology: The Science of Sound. From the sound a bow makes to the beating of a drum, there are countless ways musicians make music. But how does it happen? Conductor Sameer Patel explains what makes a flute tweet and a horn toot and how it all comes together through the sounds and science of a symphony. Children are free with adult tickets.


Silver Bay Kennel Club Dog Show Feb 27-28
The Silver Bay Kennel Club holds the reputation as the longest running dog show in San Diego County. This is an American Kennel Club sanctioned two-day all breed dog show featuring 150 breeds and over 1800 dogs each day of the show.



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San Diego January 2016 Events


San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing

San Diego Restaurant Week Dates TBD
Enjoy great cuisine at some of the best restaurants in San Diego. Over 180 San Diego restaurants participate. Enjoy a 3 course dinner for $20 – $50. Lunch option available too. Reservations recommended.

International Auto Show (Dec 31) Jan 1-Jan 3
Be the first to see all-new models not yet in showrooms.

La Jolla Polar Bear Swim Jan 1
New Years Day Jan 1, 2016. Make you new years resolution and join the La Jolla Cove Swim Club in their annual polar bear swim, 10 AM at La Jolla Shores. This is a fun non-competitive swim. One of the cool San Diego events in January.

San Diego New Year’s Day Race 2016 Jan 1
San Diego Yacht Club, Shelter Island. All boats and classes are featured in this New Years day traditional regatta. Participants will start around noon at the east end of Harbor Island and sail into San Diego Bay. Nice to watch as you explore the San Diego waterfront.

Winter Concerts at Coronado Ferry Landing
Jan 3, Jan 10, Jan 17 and Jan 24

Live concerts

Poway Community Park: Winter Festival Jan 8 – 9
Feel snow between your fingers while sledding down snow hill, smell roasted marshmallows as you devour s’mores, experience the wind in your hair skating around the synthetic ice rink, and peruse a variety of vendors. The Winter Festival brings to life all of the appeal and entertainment of a cold-mountain town set right in Poway.

San Diego Spring Home Show 2016 Jan 8 – 10
At the Home Show, our goal is simple: to inspire, motivate and excite you for your upcoming home improvement – whether it’s a minor renovation or a major remodel.

Resolution Run 15K & 5K Jan 9
Take strides to reduce your carbon and physical footprint — a healthier you can mean a lighter you, and a lighter footprint. Race includes Earth-friendly race management practices and benefits San Diego Roots Sustainable Food Project, a local eco-friendly organization supporting a healthier San Diego food system.

Supercross Motorcycle Jan 16
Billed as “the world’s premier indoor motorcycle circuit,” composed of 17 races with tight corners, fast straightaways, challenging rhythm sections, and massive triple jumps.

San Diego Travel & Adventure Show Jan 16 – 17
Meet some of your favorite celebrity travelers like Rick Steves or Samantha Brown. Hear unfamiliar accents as you speak to destination experts from around the planet. Taste an exotic dish at the Taste of Travel Theater. Experience rhythms of distant lands. Find a world of vacation options and deals that you just can’t find anywhere else only at America’s Favorite TRAVEL EXPOS!

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade 2016 Jan 17
Sunday Jan. 17 2016 starting at 2:00 PM at Harbor Drive, Embarcadero, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. MLK parade with floats, high school bands, drill teams and more.

Disney on Ice presents Frozen  Jan 20 – 24
Join royal sisters Anna and Elsa, the hilarious snowman Olaf, Kristoff, his loyal reindeer Sven, and the mystical trolls as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all.

Malashock Signatures  Jan 22-24, Jan 28-31
An evocative program of dance that highlights two of John Malashock’s “signature” works and two world premieres. Audiences are not separated from the dancers in the typical way — they are sharing the studio space with the dancers.

Monster Jam  Jan 23
The world’s best monster trucks battle it out in an event of speed, racing, and destruction with 28 massive trucks.

San Diego’s Black Film Festival 2016 Jan 27 – 31
As the first and largest black film festival of the year, numerous other film festival reps scout new films from us for their event. Simply put, each year the San Diego Black Film Festival will premiere a large percentage of the independent films that will prove successful throughout the year at other film festivals.

Lunar New Year Festival Jan 29-31
Celebrated for thousands of years in various countries around the world influenced by Chinese civilization, the Lunar New Year remains Vietnam’s most celebrated holiday. This Lunar New Year Festival observes the Year of the Monkey, an animal representing intelligence, mischievousness, curiosity, and inventiveness.

Wildlife Hike-a-Thon Jan 30
This event takes place on a scenic, point-to-point course. Bring the whole family, and take the leisurely hike to the half-way point where you can enjoy a refreshing drink before turning back to the finish line.

Bridal Bazaar Jan 31
This is San Diego’s largest bridal show of the year,  so you’ll find more variety, more choices, and more inspiration to plan your day, your way.

San Diego December Events


San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing

Fantasy on Ice Nov 18 – Jan 3
The NTC Arts & Culture District in Liberty Station will be turned into a Winter Wonderland as the skating rink moves from its downtown location to the former Naval Training Center with holiday-related activities and performances through the holiday season.

Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas Ongoing to Dec 26
The Old Globe Theatre presents its popular Christmas show. Once again the Green Meanie will try to ruin the holiday season for the citizens of Whoville. This is the Globe’s 18th staging. This time, will he succeed? James Vasquez directs.

Coronado Christmas Parade & Open House Dec 4

Balboa Park December Nights Dec 4-5
Balboa Park December Nights, the nation’s premier holiday festival, will take place for the 38th consecutive year on Friday, Dec. 4, 3-11pm, and Saturday, Dec. 5, noon-11pm.

Craft Fair Dec 4-5
Wood products, jewelry, jams and jellies, home decor, vintage, soaps, pillows, holiday decorations, and more. Mount Miguel Covenant Village

Holiday Wonderland at Petco Park Dec 4-23
Holiday Wonderland is back at Petco Park for the second year and it’s bigger and better than ever. Be transported through a spectacular holiday wonderland full of fun for the entire family for 12 nights in December.

Frosty Farm  Dec 5
Take pictures with Santa and his “polar dog.” Guests can participate in cookie decorating, face painting, faux snow, crafts, a hot chocolate station, and enjoy animal encounters including alpacas, chinchillas, doves, sheep, chickens and Blitzen, the miniature horse “reindeer.”

Steam Maker Festival  Dec 5
The Steam Maker Festival (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) is an annual event — part creativity, part science, part maker movement, part education, part local businesses, part exploration.

Little Italy Tree Lighting & Christmas Village Dec 5
See Little Italy’s new Christmas Tree — a 25-foot tower of over 1000 poinsettias — located in the center of Piazza Basilone. With decorations, live music and entertainment, and seasonal vendors. Saint Nick will be at the event taking pictures with all the kids.

52nd Annual North Park Toyland Parade & Festival Dec 5

Makers Arcade Holiday Fair Dec 5
Over 95 artists will gather to show off their one-of-a-kind handcrafted goods from jewelry, ceramics, stationary, clothing, home goods and more! Admission includes door favor, photo booth, free make and take craft for adults and kids, live music and DJ, and the best holiday shopping in San Diego.

Encinitas Holiday Parade Dec 5
Thousands of people will be on floats and in bands with tens of thousands more cheering them on. The parade begins at 5:30 pm, preceded by a tree-lighting ceremony at the Lumberyard (near Starbucks coffee).

Garden of Lights Dec 5-30
After the sun goes down, the garden is transformed into a winter wonderland with over 100,000 sparkling lights illuminating for a holiday experience. With horse-drawn wagon rides, holiday crafts, marshmallow roasting, visits with Santa, live music, refreshments, and hot mulled wine (on select evenings).

SoNo Fest & Chili Cook-Off Dec 6
With 40 local restaurants competing in a chili smackdown, a craft beer and wine garden featuring 18 local breweries and wineries, 30 local handmade vendors, 11 local bands live on two stages, 9 food vendors, and a kids’ fun fest area complete with bounce houses, crafts, games, prizes, and karaoke.

Polar Express Dec 12
Join us in your pajamas and enter a world full of holiday treats and trains. With games, winter scene dioramas, and a holiday keepsake to make.

Jingle Bell Run/Walk Dec 12
The 23rd Annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk is a festive race/walk that helps champion arthritis research and brings people form all walks of life together, to say YES to furthering a great cause. This is UST&F timed and sanctioned race/walk. Medals are presented to all participants and age category winners. Special “Dash with the Elves for Children.”

San Diego Bay Parade of Lights Dec 13 & 20
Participants in the holiday boat parade will adorn their boats to fit this year’s theme, Christmas Around the World.

Poinsettia Bowl Gaslamp March Dec 21
Marching bands and spirit squads from the participating universities will parade from each end of 5th Avenue performing holiday classics, and meeting up at Market Street for a heart-pounding Battle of the Bands!

Port of San Diego Holiday Bowl Parade Dec 30
This exciting family event brings together world-class marching bands, magnificent floats, entertaining drill teams, and a procession of enormous balloons – more than any other parade! Over 100,000 street-side spectators will enjoy the parade along with a nationwide television audience. Continue reading

San Diego November Events


Daylight Savings  November 1
Election Day
  November 3
Veterans Day  November 11 County Recorder is closed, California Title is open
Thanksgiving  November 26 & 27 County Recorder and California Title are closed

San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing

Old Town San Diego’s Day of the Dead Nov 1-2
This event is designed to celebrate the history, culture and heritage of the San Diego region and to pay homage to this very important and festive tradition. Old Town’s diverse and historic legacy makes it the best site in San Diego to hold this celebration.

2015 Carlsbad Fall Village Faire Nov 1
The Carlsbad Village Faire will take place from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Each year, the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce hosts the faire in May and November. Now in its 41st year, the free event has grown to be so popular that it not only continually attracts people from all over Southern California, but also from other states

San Diego Asian Film Festival Nov 5-14
San Diego is home to the largest Asian Film Festival on the West Coast and features more than 130 films from 15 different countries at five different venues in San Diego. Experience national and international films, get up close and personal with filmmakers and cast with Q&A and photo opportunities.

Brewers Guild Festival Nov 6-7
Join us for the 13th Annual San Diego Brewers Guild Festival at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier in downtown San Diego. This two day event is the official kickoff of San Diego Beer Week. Enjoy samples from more than 50 San Diego County breweries! The event raises funds for local charities and the San Diego Brewers Guild.

San Diego Beer Week Nov 6-15
San Diego Beer Week is a ten-day celebration inspiring people to drink local, craft beer and promoting San Diego’s thriving brewing culture with multiple events happening across the county.

Women’s PRO/AM Nov 7
Women’s PRO/AM competitions, Vert Comp on Tony Hawk Industries Vert Ramp, bowl contest presented by XS Helmets and Active Ride Shop, street competition on The Encinitas Skate Plaza, free learn-to-skate clinics by Camp Tanuga, more.

Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Nov 7 – Dec 26

Fallback Festival Nov 8
Take a stroll down the historical streets of the Gaslamp Quarter and fall back into San Diego’s wild past of the 1880’s. The whole family is engaged in the magical old-fashioned atmosphere that the Fall Back Festival brings to life each year.

Oceanside Music Festival Nov 8
The 14th annual Oceanside Music Festival, titled Colors of Music, offers concerts this year with a variety of music genres, showcasing both student and professional musicians from throughout Southern California. The event, FREE of charge to the general public, is held 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Escondido Tamale Festival Nov 14
The Escondido Tamale Festival is a celebration of Tamales and all the great Latin foods that have become iconic staples of California’s culture. It is also a look back at the history of the Spanish and Mexican settlers who built the framework for this great state.

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival Nov 15-22
The San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival is an international showcase of the world’s premier wines and spirits, chefs and culinary personalities, and gourmet foods. The week- long experience celebrates San Diego’s vibrant culinary community with over 100 citywide events, wine and cooking classes, chef dinners, and multiple tasting events throughout the week.

69th Annual Mother Goose Parade Nov 21
The largest parade in San Diego County is also the largest of its type west of the Mississippi. Each year, the Mother Goose Parade attracts thousands of spectators to the streets of El Cajon. More than 100 colorful and exciting parade entries come from around the United States to share in the excitement that is the Mother Goose Parade.

San Diego Jazz Fest Nov 25-29
The 36th San Diego Jazz Fest over Thanksgiving will present a variety of traditional jazz music, from ragtime to swing to dixieland at the Town & Country Resort and Hotel in Hotel Circle. Jazz bands and musicians from across the U.S. will perform.

Skating by the Sea Nov 26 – Jan 3
This spectacular ice rink is located seaside on Windsor Lawn and features stunning views of the Pacific and Coronado beach. The Del’s iconic Victorian Building, adorned with thousands of white lights, provides a magical backdrop as holiday music fills the air and guests enjoy hot chocolate and libations.

Thanksgiving Family-Mile Fun Run Nov 26
Come with the entire family to do a one-mile lap around the racetrack itself. Expected to participate are many of your favorite jockeys running right with you.

Craft Beer & Cider Fest Nov 28
Beer & Cider Fest is back! From 12:00pm to 4:00 p.m. on November 28, cheers to Bing and your favorite Thoroughbred while sampling from more than 100 local and international brews plus a variety of seasonal ales and ciders. Meet the local brewers, check out beer inspired merchandise and groove to DJ’s in the Seaside Concert Area.

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San Diego October 2015 Events


San Diego Events Calendar

San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing

Haunted Houses Thru October

Halloween Events Thru October

Oktoberfest  Every Wednesday in Oct
Every Wednesday in October, drink up seasonal favs from local breweries while you chow down on paired bites on the private patio on the boardwalk. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 7th Green Flash; October 14th Coronado; October 21st Karl Strauss; October 28th Modern Times

Oktoberfest in El Cajon Oct 2-3, Oct 9-11
Taste authentic German food such as bratwurst, ox-on-the-spit, potato salad, potato pancakes, sauerkraut, and red cabbage, plus a variety of German pastries and pretzels. Soft drinks and adult beverages are sold, featuring a selection of German beers on draft, plus wines and a full bar.

Revolt Summer Surf Series 9.0 Oct 3
The Revolt Summer Surf Series is a non World Surf League domestic surfing competition for male and female surfers, professional and amateur. Enjoy a day at Beachfest and watch the carvers, longboards, and SUPs compete. No charge for spectators.

Pacific Beachfest 5K Oct 3
Pacific Beachfest 5K was voted 2014 Competitor’s best 5K/10K for the Pacific region. Run/walk down the beach and boardwalk with your peers and competitors. Every finisher will receive a tank top, a race medal, sunglasses, and tickets to our beer garden.

Serbia Serbia! Festival Oct 3
Teams of Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Military and civilians will climb 110 Authentic Serbian food, home-made pastries, Serbian open market, folk dance performance, and kids’ games.

Maker Faire San Diego Oct 3-4
San Diego Maker Faire is a festival of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness and a celebration of the burgeoning maker movement in the San Diego Region. Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, San Diego Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors.

San Diego Music Awards  Oct 5
Humphreys by the Bay | 2241 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, 92106

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Oct 8
Raise funds for YWCA of San Diego County and the Becky’s House domestic violence program. After the walk, celebrate with music, massage, awards, and more.

CRSSD Festival Oct 10-11
The bill includes the Flaming Lips, TV on the Radio, St. Lucia, Bonobo, Big Data, Maya Jane Coles, Jamie XX, Nicolas Jaar, Golden Features, SNBRN, Tchami, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Cashmere Cat, b2b, Trippy Turtle, and more.

Oktoberfest & HomeBrew Competition Oct 10
A family friendly event with performances, games, a beer garden featuring local professional breweries, Mash Heads Homebrew Club beers, and a home-brew competition, all to raise money for University City schools.

Festa! in Little Italy Oct 11
This Italian cultural festival is a day filled with authentic live Italian entertainment, Italian food, stickball and bocce ball tournaments, a colorful flag procession, and of course the festival’s favorite: Gesso Italiano (Italian Chalk) to celebrate one of the most iconic neighborhoods in the country. Over 120,000 visitors are expected to attend.

Halloween Carnival Oct 16-17
The 29th annual Halloween carnival includes two scary days of fun this year. On Friday there will be carnival rides on the school field and the Haunted House, a free-standing fully constructed haunted mansion set up in the cafeteria.

Tri Oceanside Oct 24
Life Time’s “Women for Tri” Board encourages female athletes of all ages and fitness levels to participate and offers a host of resources that break down barriers to entry and help more women accomplish their fitness goals in this international sport.

Temecula Half Marathon and 5K Oct 25
Serious athletes, novice runners, walkers, families, and wine lovers can enjoy the day, whether you take a leisurely 3 mile walk or a challenging 13.1 mile run.
Take in views of the Temecula hills. At the finish line, refresh with local winery and brewery’s libations.

Dia de los Muertos Oct 25
The Mexican Day of the Dead — Dia de los Muertos — is a festive and celebrative time. It is a holiday with a complex history and fusion of old traditions.

Hard Rock Horror Story Oct 31
There will be all types of fun activities for all ages as well as vendors selling crafts and crafted foods! This year there will also be a sandcastle competition. Bring the family on out for a fun-filled day of activities!




San Diego Farmers Markets Ongoing

San Diego Food Trucks Ongoing

The Prado’s MOPA Thursday Night Dinner Package Sept 3
The Museum of Photographic Art and The Prado team up to bring you culture and cuisine in Balboa Park! The package includes a 3-course dinner with a bottle of wine and two tickets to The Museum of Photographic Art Exhibition: “7 billion Others”.

Festival of Sail Sept 4-7
One of the great San Diego events for Labor Day weekend as tall ships from all over the world come to San Diego Calif. This four day San Diego event includes live entertainment, cruises on San Diego Bay, cannon battles, sailing on racing yachts, over 150 arts and craft vendors, great food, pirates, and more.

San Diego 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb 2015 Sept 5
Teams of Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Military and civilians will climb 110 floors the same number as in the twin towers- and each will climb in the name of a fallen Emergency Responder whose life was lost on that day. We will climb in the memory, and honor of the 343 FDNY Brothers, 23 NYPD Brothers and Sisters, and 37 Port Authority Brothers and Sisters, and to raise awareness of the sacrifices made by firefighters everywhere.

The Little Italy Summer Film Festival Sept 5
Kick-off summer with some of Italy’s greatest films. The Little Italy Summer Film Festival will show every Saturday starting June 27, 2015, until Saturday, September 5, 2015, at the Amici Park Amphitheater (W. Date & State Streets).

Oceanside Labor Day Pier Swim Sept 7
Monday September 7 2015 Labor Day. Register at 7 AM, swim in the morning at various start times starting at 8:30 AM. Fun annual swim to the end of the original Oceanside pier and back.

Swashbucking Summer Movie Series at the Headquarters at Seaport Sept 9
This summer, the Headquarters will be screening three swashbuckling classics for free in the center’s open-air courtyard on the second Wednesday of July, August and September. Seating will be BYO. Seating at 7:30 p.m. Movie at 8 p.m. September 9: Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Taste of Downtown 2015! Sept 10
Explore scrumptious eats and endless options in the heart of San Diego, at over 40 of Downtown’s most esteemed eateries throughout the Gaslamp Quarter, Financial District, East Village and Horton Plaza.

South Bay Pride 2015! Sept 12
Join us for South Bay Pride! This is a free event that includes music, entertainment, a beer garden, delicious food vendors, retail booths, a children’s area, and more! Saturday September 12, 2015, 12:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Bayside Park, in Chula Vista, CA

FACE Foundation’s 5K Doggie Dash! Sept 13
People and dogs take the lead in this fun 5K, which brings people and their pets together for a day of giving back and getting fit! A lively vendor village, dog agility course, DJ and amazing opportunity drawing prizes are just a few of the attractions that make the Doggie Dash fun for the whole family.

San Diego Festival of Beer Sept 18
This year’s fest features live music and over 60 different breweries serving 120 varieties of tasty craft brews. New this year! Each ticket includes admission into the event, unlimited (2 oz) beer tastes and the first 1,500 guests receive a free souvenir event logo tasting mug to keep.

Julian Music Festival Sept 19
The 2015 Julian Music Festival will celebrate its 46th anniversary on September 19 with a diverse line-up of musical acts. This year’s festival will feature a varied collection and blends of musical genres, including Latin jazz, adult contemporary, alternative folk, Celtic and more, according to Terry Cox who stages the Julian Music Festival each year.

Mira Mesa Street Fair 2015 Sept 19
10 AM to 5 PM Camino Ruiz from Mira Mesa Blvd. to New Salem St. Fun annual street fair in Mira Mesa area of San Diego.

Encinitas Oktoberfest Celebration Sept 20
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the annual Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest. Bavarian food, beer, arts and crafts, parade and family activities.

San Diego Restaurant Week Sept 20-27
For ONE WEEK ONLY, Sunday, September 20th through Saturday, September 27th, indulge on dishes, compiled of local products and ingredients, at over 180 participating restaurants.

San Diego Walk Now for Autism Speaks Sept 26
Join us for the Twelfth Annual San Diego Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Saturday, September 26 at Liberty Station of Point Loma. This fun-filled, family friendly event will help fund research, raise public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families and society.

Oceanside Harbor Days Sept 26-27
There will be all types of fun activities for all ages as well as vendors selling crafts and crafted foods! This year there will also be a sandcastle competition. Bring the family on out for a fun-filled day of activities!

San Diego FREE Summer Concert August 2015


Balboa Park’s Twilight in the Park, Balboa Park | 6:30-7:30 pm
Aug 4: Heliotrope – 1915 Music of the Day
Aug 5: The Supremes – A Tribute
Aug 6: Swamp Critters – Cajun
Aug 11: San Diego Concert Band – Classical Pops
Aug 12: Harvey and 52nd Street Jive Blues
Aug 13: El Cajon German Band – Polka/Waltz
Aug 18: Coronado Big Band – Swing
Aug 19: Working Cowboy – Country
Aug 20: Navy Wind Ensemble
Aug 25: Moon Light Serenade Orchestra
Aug 26: Coronado Concert Band – Best of Hollywood & Broadway
Aug 27: The Legends – San Diego’s Original Oldies Show Band

Carlsbad TGIF Concerts in the Parks
Poinsettia Park, Carlsbad | 6600 Hidden Valley Rd., 92011
Aug 7: Louie Cruz Beltran – Latin/Salsa
Calavera Hills Park, Carlsbad | 2997 Glasgow Dr., 92010
Aug 14: Liquid Blue (Cover Dance Band)
Aug 21:The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra Band (Big Band Swing)

Coronado Concerts in the Park, Spreckels Park
7th St. & Orange Ave. | 6 pm (unless otherwise noted)
Aug 2: Louie Beltran
Aug 9: United States Marine Band, followed by The Heroes, 4pm
Aug 16: The Company Men
Aug 23: The High Street band
Aug 30: Tribute to Journey: Another Journey, 5pm

Coronado Ferry Landing Concert Series | Coronado Ferry Landing | 3-5 pm (unless otherwise noted)
Aug 1: Ginger Cowgirl and the Silver Spurs
Aug 2: Coronado Big Band
Aug 8: Nardo John
Aug 9: Three Chord Justice
Aug 15: Blue Frog
Aug 16: Electric Church
Aug 22: The Barnacles
Aug 23: Cool Fever
Aug 29: Breez’n

Del Mar Foundation Summer Twilight Concerts | Powerhouse Park
1600 Coast Blvd. |
Aug 18: The Mighty Untouchables, 6 pm

El Cajon Dinner & A Concert | Prescott Promenade | 6-8 pm
Aug 7: The Mighty Untouchables
Aug 14: Neil Morrow Band
Aug 21: Back to The Garden
Aug 28: Stars on the Water and Jimmy Buffet Tribute

La Jolla Concerts by the Sea | Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove | 2-4 pm
Aug 2: Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash
Aug 9: Theo & The Zydeco Patrol
Aug 16: Incendio
Aug 23: The Mighty Untouchables
Aug 30: Todo Mundo

Lemon Grove Concerts in the Park | Berry Street Park | 6:30-8 pm
Aug 6: Bayou Brothers
Aug 13: West of 5

North Park Bird Park Summer Concerts
Aug 8: Scott Martin Band, 5:30-7:30 pm

Pacific Beach Concerts on the Green | Kate Sessions Park | 4-6:30 pm
Aug 8: The Siers Bros

Point Loma Summer Concerts | Point Loma Park | 5:30-8:30 pm
Aug 7: Jumping Jack Fish

Poway Summer Concert Series | 5:30-7 pm
Lake Poway
Aug 9: The Fabulous Untratones
Old Poway Park
Aug 2: The Browne Sisters and George Cavanaugh
Aug 16: Pomerado Community Band

City of Santee & Barona Summer Concert Series
Town Center Community Park East | | 6:30-8 pm
Aug 6: Slower
Aug 13: Wingstock, 5:30pm
Aug 2-: Upstream
Aug 27: James Kruk & The Big Boss Men

Scripps Ranch Symphony in the Park Series | Hoyt Park | 6-7:30 pm
Aug 9: Bill Magee with Bayou Bros

Seaport Village Sunday Concerts | East Plaza Gazebo | 1-4 pm
Aug 3: Ballad Mongers
Aug 9: Nova
Aug 16: The Cat.illacs
Aug 23: Indian Joe & the Chiefs
Aug 30: Breez’n

Solana Beach Concerts at the Cove | Fletcher Cove Park | 6-7:45 pm
Aug 6: Nate connis Trio
Aug 13 : Lily Meola
Aug 20: Phil “N The Blanks