Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This Weekend
The weekend is almost here! Our list of things to do in San Diego this weekend has everything for the kiddos, the adults, and the young at heart.
Thursday, January 26
The iconic pizzeria and its neighboring businesses will celebrate this location’s opening by offerings free pizza, treats, drink specials and more!
Sandpiper Wood Fired Grill & Oysters, the La Jolla Shores sister restaurant to Georges at the Cove, is hosting its next Chef’s Table with Executive Chef Marty Fay and resident Advanced Sommelier Evan Vallee.
The excitement of Mardi Gras comes to life with a party vibe full of ALL-NEW live music and performances including a New Orleans Jazz band, Mardi-Gras processional, Louisiana-inspired laser show, plus multiple performers, colorful costumes, and festive decor.
This monthly 21+ event transforms Birch Aquarium into an experimental playground celebrating the wonders and mysteries of the ocean at night. Join us after hours and explore the aquarium in a new light.
The Farmers Insurance Open is San Diego’s prestigious PGA TOUR event played at beautiful Torrey Pines Golf Course.
Friday, January 27
One hundred years to the day after the historic discovery of King Tut’s tomb, Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a new exhibition created in partnership with the National Geographic Society, will bring the magic and mystery of Ancient Egypt to San Diego!
The 18th annual San Diego Tet Festival is one of the largest FREE community festivals in San Diego, celebrating the Lunar New Year! It is a large 3-day celebration commemorating the beginning of spring and a fresh start to the New Year.
Start your 2023 with a unique interactive art and technology experience at WNDR Museum San Diego. The message of WNDR is simple: We are all artists. When you visit, you become more than just passive onlookers. Whatever you do inside IS art.
Ethan Chan: Selections from the Closets of the People That I Love… is part of an ongoing series of wearable sculptures constructed from various sauce packets collected from fast food chains, gas stations, and high school cafeterias.
“The Ferryman” takes place in rural county Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1981 during the heart of The Troubles. The Carney farmhouse is a hive of activity with preparations for the annual harvest. A day of hard work on the land and a traditional night of feasting and celebrations lie ahead. But this year they will be interrupted by a visitor.
Saturday, January 28
Does it feel like EVERYONE is away on a ski trip this month, or is it just us? To help with the FOMO, You & Yours Tasting Room is bringing the Après Ski pop-up of our dreams.
Whether you are a Rory fan or a Tiger devotee, One Paseo’s putt putt is the place to be during San Diego’s hottest golf weekend. They are rolling out the green carpet in honor of the Annual Farmers Insurance Open happening this month.
The Westgate Hotel’s Enchanted Tea Experience will have young royals feel like they’ve stepped into the ultimate fairytale with memorable entertainment along with a special appearance from everyone’s favorite winter princess sisters.
New Village Arts is proud to unveil the Dea Hurston New Village Arts Center as the first arts center in the country to be named after a Black woman in the past 50 years. They are especially proud to honor Dea Hurston, a San Diego trailblazer for underrepresented communities in the arts.
San Diego cider pioneer, Bivouac Ciderworks, will celebrate the 5-year anniversary of its North Park tap room with an all-day event featuring an exclusive collaboration – with Julian’s Storum Ranch Cider & Wine, which crafts traditional ciders made solely from apples grown in their Julian orchard.
Sunday, January 29
The Lunar New Year Lion Dance and Firecracker show is back on again at Vien Dong 4 Supermarket for the 38th year! It’s fun for all ages and is free to attend.
This month, SDELP will take the ride to Balboa Park. The route is mostly flat and approximately 6 miles through uptown, Hillcrest and the San Diego Zoo.
Sunday Supper Series is back! All ages welcome, join us on select Sundays for a themed dinner night curated by Long Story Short, offered alongside a selection of wines to perfectly compliment the cuisine.
Spreckels Organ Society, a non-profit organization curating concerts and performances in the heart of Balboa Park, is hosting a special Sunday afternoon concert, celebrating The Beatles, called “All You Need is LOVE,”
Explore what’s new at the San Diego Museum of Art, where you are invited to see three new contemporary art exhibitions by contemporary artists in phenomenal solo shows.
There are so many exciting and fun things to do in San Diego this weekend that it’s going to be shame not to go out there and make the most out of it!
See you there, San Diego!