The Big List Of Things To Do This Weekend In San DiegoActive Life May 18th - May 21st
Summer is almost here and San Diego is kicking into gear. Surf flicks, outdoor cookouts and concerts galore—we have it all.
Thursday, May 18
San Diego Museum Of Man’s cookout will include craft beer tastings and exotic burgers.
Come grab a bite, a cocktail, and enjoy a new piece of art. Then, check out Beatles covers sung by musical chameleon Ariel Levine.
Head to La Paloma Theatre to watch the legends of surf – Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Rob Machado and more – in Taylor Steele’s new film.
You don’t have to be a country lover to enjoy one of Chris Stapleton’s passion-loaded concerts.
“Context is what makes [life] meaningful,” Vasquez says. Come get your context.
Friday, May 19
Here’s your chance to see one of the most influential guitar players to come out of the British Blues Rock scene.
Nuvi Mehta’s highly informative “What’s The Score?” pre-concert talk is included in the ticket price.
If you haven’t had been able to see 50 Cent or Chris Brown live, here you go. You’re welcome.
Saturday, May 20
Put your toes in the sand with a drink in your hand at the only local beer festival on the beach.
For 37 years, the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce has been hosting this free 2-day arts & music festival as the perfect kick-off to summer.
Come celebrate all of the things that make San Diego America’s Finest City: food, music, and culture.
Pizza Port Ocean Beach’s 7th birthday is this Saturday. Obviously, there’s going to be a party.
Named for San Diego’s City Council District 6—perhaps the most culturally diverse district in San Diego—the D6 Night Market will have amazing food and drinks, vendors of all sorts and fun live entertainment.
Sunday, May 21
Catch this preeminent Cuban Jazz pianist and eight-time Grammy winner while he’s in San Diego.
Ingram has graced Billboard country charts since 2005. Watch him grace San Diego this Sunday.
Help Cellar 3 ring in its “far-from-terrible-twos” with beer, food, art and more.
Honor and celebrate the lives that meant so much to you at the Carlsbad Flower Fields.
A Canadian rock band described as alternative country, indie rock and “folk popgrass,” The Strumbellas shouldn’t be missed.