The Big List Of Things To Do This Weekend In San Diego
Already solidified your Cinco de Mayo plans? No? Need some suggestions? We’ve got you!
Thursday, May 4
Over 3,000 senior Channel Executives from virtually every major company in the IT/Telecom industries has attended Channel Focus—check it out!
The son of the legendary guitarist Frank Zappa is an incredible guitarist in his own right—see for yourself!
Omaha, Nebraska native Tim Kasher is the frontman of indie rock groups Cursive and The Good Life.
Friday, May 5
SoccerCity—the group behind San Diego’s proposed, show-stopping soccer stadium—invites you to party once again, at Quartyard in downtown San Diego.
Hear tracks from the self-titled debut album released by American indie pop act Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness.
Watch conductor Jahja Ling and mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford perform Mahler Symphony No. 3.
Olivier, formerly known as Olivier Daysoul, joins rapper Oddisee on tour.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a band coming into their own, extending the proverbial middle finger to tradition.
Saturday, May 6
Come explore over 150 local #mommade shops and enjoy tons of onsite entertainment with your kids!
Discover Pacific Beach is hosting an epic food and drink event overlooking the beautiful Mission Bay at Crown Point Park.
The 6th Annual Rhythm & Brews Music and Craft Beer Festival invites you to sample over 100 brews from over 50 of our county’s award-winning breweries.
Part wine auction, part wine games and part wine dinner—this is one equation we’re pretty sure you need to be a part of.
Leave behind the soul-sucking sanctity of your life and replace it with pop-blessed punk jams courtesy of Diet Cig.
Sunday, May 7
You know The Flaming Lips not only for chart-topping hits but also their superior stage shows—oh wait, you don’t? Then this one is for you.
Witness a true force of nature: Austin-based singer/songwriter Bob Schneider.
Easy is the long-awaited follow-up to The Weeks’ debut album. Come check it out!