The Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This Weekend
Thursday, September 12
Mezcal bar and kitchen Tahona in Old Town announces a week-long celebration honoring its favorite Mexican spirit via Mezcal Week taking place Tuesday, September 10 through Sunday, September 15.
What sounds like the beginning of a rather bad joke is actually a fun community program by the Fleet Science Center. During Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar, local scientists will enjoy something we all do: a good conversation in a local bar.
The first annual San Diego Street Food Fest is designed to get people together around tables and food stalls to celebrate another year of community building.
Don’t miss the next Chef’s Counter Experiences at Fort Oak Restaurant. Guest will enjoy a 6-course tasting menu led by Chef Brad Wise.
Friday, September 13
City Tacos Imperial Beach location will be cooking up some delicious bites for the annual Mike Hess OktoberHess Festival this weekend – this weekend – from Friday, September 13th through Sunday, September 15th.
HomeStreet Bank presents San Diego’s largest family fun festival featuring three days of nonstop boat racing – H1 Unlimited, Grand Prix Worlds and sport classes – at San Diego Bayfair on Mission Bay.
More than a dozen carefully curated gourmet food trucks will be parked along the El Prado walkway every Friday. Now in its fourth year, Food Truck Fridays is a program of the Balboa Park Conservancy in partnership with the City of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation.
Sparks Gallery is pleased to host a solo show for Optimus Volts, featuring new sculptural works inspired by the artist’s childhood experiences, interests, and objects.
Saturday, September 14
San Diego GranTurismo is BACK for the end of the summer, and they’re bringing some old favorites and brand new selection of rare autos you’ll have to see to believe.
The Old Mission Beach Athletic Club (OMBAC) is calling all surfers to grab their vintage longboards and paddle out for a nostalgic competition at the 26th Annual Classic Longboard Surfing Contest!
Red Dress Party San Diego is a celebration to raise awareness and funds for organizations that serve the local HIV/AIDS community; but not your typical fundraising gala, this event is so much more.
The sights, and sounds of Chinese Moon Festival come alive with remarkable entertainment this weekend at the Organ Pavilion, Balboa Park.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome to participate. Unlike ILACSD’s normal cleanups, this cleanup does not have a registration page – just come out and join us, no need to register ahead-of-time.
The James Bond-themed casino night will feature table games, dancing, live music, a hosted bar, appetizers and more. The event dress code will be formal, and guests are encouraged to wear their best “James Bond-chic” attire.
Old Town San Diego hosts the first beer festival in the Old Town Community. The festival will include unlimited 2 oz tasters from 16 local breweries from San Diego and Southern California.
Let’s come celebrate with Herringbone La Jolla on their 7th Anniversary during their Oyster Hour! They have complimentary hor d’oeuvres and wines live music, and MORE!
America’s Finest BBQ State Championship is partnering with San Diego Bayfair this year to provide an experience unlike any other in the world.
The club’s first-ever home game in the National Independent Soccer League (NISA) will be played on September 14 against Irvine-based club California United Strikers FC. 1904’s second home fixture will be played on September 28 against Oakland Roots. On November 2, 1904 will host the Los Angeles Force.
Sunday, September 15
Hot summer nights call for a fun Hawaiian Luau. Put on your grass skirts and join us for the final Sip & Swim of the season.
A longtime dining destination for locals of all ages and from every walk of life, Ponce’s Mexican Restaurant will celebrate 50 years in San Diego at its historic location in Kensington.
DJ Mo Lyon in the mix playing your favorite traditional, urban, and remixed Bachata — with a little bit of Salsa.
Join us for Eppig Brewing’s final Oktoberfest celebration in North Park! To commemorate an incredible 3 years in neighborhood, they’ve crafted an extremely limited run of 24oz. ceramic steins.