The Great Big List Of Things To Do This Weekend In San Diego
Weekend, we’ve been waiting for you!
Here’s our Great Big List Of Things To Do This Weekend In San Diego: February 3rd – February 5th.
This risqué British farce focuses on a psychiatrist’s botched pursuit of a young, aspiring secretary.
Who doesn’t like a little mystery with their meal and murder?
Catch the students of Civic Dance Arts performing their annual showcase.
Community Actors Theatre celebrates Black History Month with Jennie Hamilton’s musical revue.
Violinist Benjamin Beilman will play the Third Violin Concert from Camille Saint-Saëns and Conductor Jahja Ling closes out the show with Tchaikovsky.
2017 is the year of the rooster. Come celebrate its start at Qualcomm Stadium.
You know him from Showtime and his win at Howard Stern’s “Kill or Be Killed” comedy competition. Now, watch Colin Kane live.
This 1950s satire set in Washington DC shows what happens when two closeted gay men are tasked with uncovering homosexuals in the department.
Everyone could use some art in his or her life. Or a drink. Take care of both in one fell swoop.
Flashback to the early 2000s for a nostalgic dose of classic emo tunes.
Hear Villegas’s soulful and passionate playing at California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Get your engines revved for this unique automotive festival.
Take it back to the ’20s for date night—it takes two to tango, after all.
Join fermenting fanatics at this seaside park for brewing workshops and music.
Watch as Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein verbally spar in 1904’s Paris.
Support the arts at San Diego Marriott Marquis Marina.
Come together for some of The Youngbloods’ greatest hits performed by a loving hand.
Catch this 2001 satire and see what happens when government over-regulation of resources runs rampant through a fictional town.
The ice is ready—it must be game time. Cheer on the Gulls at Valley View.
Ever wish mariachi music was a little more metal? Wish granted.
Stars of the Russian National Ballet grace San Diego’s stage to present The Sleeping Beauty.
Spend your Super Bowl Sunday with your buddies at the House of Blues.
Who says only football players get to have all the fun this Sunday? Dress up and run your heart out.
Pregame the big game with the experts at Stone.
Plenty of Super Bowl options this weekend for the indecisive football fan.
Here’s your chance to catch famed Chinese pianist Lang Lang right here in San Diego.
Get back to the beach with some volleyball.
Take a tour of Balboa Park from a group that knows it intimately: rangers.
Learn about the geographical makeup of Southern San Diego while checking out the local wildlife.
Let the organ ring in victory—or defeat—this Super Bowl Sunday.