The Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This WeekendSee + Do Taking Torrey Pine’s Annual Farmer’s Insurance Open to the next level
Thursday, January 9
Get all shook up and celebrate Elvis’ birthday at Toast Gastrobrunch in Carlsbad. Indulge in their Elvis French Toast, for free, all weekend long, with purchase of any entrée.
For the first time ever, Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is taking guests behind the scenes and showcase the aquarium’s groundbreaking work breeding and caring for seahorses.
Springboard Music Festivals announces its fourth return to San Diego. For three days, emerging artists from all over the world, industry professionals and locals gather in Ocean Beach to celebrate the future of music.
Friday, January 10
Featuring an Academy Award–winning turn by Marcia Gay Harden as Lee Krasner, whose work is featured in the Museum’s current exhibition “Abstract Revolution,” Pollock depicts the tumultuous relationship between Krasner and Jackson Pollock as they blazed new paths in Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s.
Join us for a pop up concert with Art of Élan in a tribute to the exhibition “Abstract Revolution.” This concert is free to attend after Museum admission.
Saturday, January 11
The 8th annual San Diego Beer Fest returns to Liberty Station, and promising another fun-filled day with beer, food trucks, and music.
At this early morning dining event, you’ll get an intimate, in-depth look at how our elephants are cared for at the San Diego Zoo—including an elephant encounter at the Elephant Care Center and a fascinating keeper talk.
Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is celebrating the fifth anniversary of their rescued Loggerhead Sea Turtle’s arrival with the first-ever Turtleversary
Sunday, January 12
The Salk Institute invites you to attend the seventh season of the Salk Science & Music Series. The series consists of four remarkable Sunday afternoons that bring together virtuosos from the worlds of science and music.
This initiative encourages youth and adults to learn a new sport through special lessons and packages throughout the month of January. Mountain High also offers its “123-Free” lesson package throughout the season, providing the best way to learn how to schuss down the slopes. When participants complete three lessons – which come with rentals and lower-mountain lift tickets – they will receive a season pass to take their skills to the next level.
See you there!