Your Big List Of Things To Do This Weekend In San Diego
Do you have plans for Mother’s Day weekend? Whether you’re looking for something traditional or a little out there, we’ve got you covered.
Thursday, May 11
You’re going to want to catch this punk rock supergroup and cover band while you can.
May 11–14, you’ll get to enjoy Louisiana-themed music and food at “Gator By The Bay.”
Don’t miss events like a full moon surf, special presentation from Surfer Magazine’s photo editor, Fall Brewing tastings and more—we’ll see you there.
Friday, May 12
Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids and Dan Andriano of Alkaline Trio are here to show San Diego what they’ve got.
Canadian music group Timber Timbre plays freak folk. That sounds good to us—we like things freaky.
Watch conductor Matthias Pintscher and pianist Kirill Gerstein usher in summer at the Copley Symphony Hall.
See Mexican actor, media personality and singer Omar Rafael Chaparro Alvidrez live with Adrian Uribe.
Indulge in tea sandwiches, pastries and scones paired with traditional teas and harp music.
Listen to JP Sears, Claire Wineland and more spread some serious knowledge in Cardiff.
Saturday, May 13
Aaron Kyle Tveit is an American actor and singer—you may know him as Enjolras from the 2012 film adaptation of Les Misérables.
Celebrate the 10 year anniversary of FWSD at Hotel Del Coronado.
Out of the cultural holocaust of Orange County comes the superhero-like brilliance of Suburban Legends.
The 3rd Annual Reader Tacotopia at Golden Hill is on the never-ending search for taco greatness. Join the search. The delicious, delicious search.
The 69th annual OB Kite Festival will be held at Dusty Rhodes Park. If your kid hasn’t flown a kite, you’re kind of obligated to go.
It’s time to explore the science behind Star Wars at this all-out extravaganza.
Dozens of delectable chocolate tastings, a chocolate fountain, children’s activities, Mother’s Day gifts—this is going to be one good Mother’s Day.
Celebrate the debut of this Norwegian DJ—this is one for the books.
If reggae is more your speed, going to Belly Up is just Common Sense.
Sunday, May 14
If tea time left your mom wanting, return to Westgate to quench her thirst in a different manner.
All Them Witches plays music featuring psychedelia elements of late 1960s and early 1970s rock.