Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This Weekend

The first weekend of February brings San Diego Museum Month, the kick-off of a major new concert venue in Del Mar, the San Diego Chinese New Year Fair, Taste of Barrio Logan, and much more!

Thursday, February 2

San Diego Human Rights Watch Film Festival To Shine Spotlight On Changemakers Tackling Global Social Issues

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will feature critically acclaimed films on topics including child care and education, environmental protection, gender equity,trans and Indigenous rights, women’s rights and more.

Hillcrest’s Monthly Walk In Art Returns This February

Expect a night filled with lively entertainment, art, food, and music in and around Mural Alley, a classic urban alley that has been fully transformed and adopted by muralists.

Have you been to WNDR Museum yet?

Feast your eyes and senses with more than 20 exhibits that await as you enter. When you visit, you become more than just passive onlookers. Whatever you do inside IS art. The message of WNDR is simple: We are all artists.

Friday, February 3

Celebrate Black History Month With Chef Q Of Louisiana Purchase And Q&A

If you’re looking for a way to celebrate, Louisiana Purchase and Q&A Restaurant and Oyster Bar, both run by “celebrity status” Chef Q Austin, are celebrating authentic Southern and Creole cuisine not only during the entire month of February – but year-round!

Check Out Fig Tree Cafe’s Newest Location In Mission Valley

Fig Tree Cafe is San Diego’s ideal coastal vibe restaurant that collides with south of the border spice which is showcased throughout their menu.

SeaWorld San Diego Brings The Excitement of Mardi Gras to Southern California!

This New Orleans-style carnival event comes complete with live music, colorful costumes, and Mardi Gras-infused Creole and Cajun food favorites like hearty jambalaya, those ever-popular beignets, and much more.

Two Contemporary Art Exhibitions at the San Diego Museum of Art Now On Its Last Month

Come see Sergio Hernández: Embers of Oaxaca and Justin Sterling: Chapel of the Rocks exhibition before they close on February 12th.

Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, Commemorating Discovery Centennial

Bringing to life the storied archives of the National Geographic Society in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of King Tut’s tomb discovery (November 1922), the highly anticipated exhibition combines the power of cinematic storytelling and soaring imagery to invite visitors into the golden king’s world like never before.

Saturday, February 4

San Diego Padres FanFest Bigger And Better For 2023

This year’s event will be bigger and better than ever with scheduled appearances by Manny Machado, Juan Soto, Fernando Tatis Jr., Xander Bogaerts, Joe Musgrove, Yu Darvish, Jake Cronenworth, Josh Hader, Nick Martinez, Robert Suarez, Tim Hill and Bob Melvin, along with appearances by Padres Alumni including Trevor Hoffman and Mark Loretta.

San Diego Zoo Celebrates Lunar New Year

Celebrate The Lunar New Year At The San Diego Zoo

There will be fun activities for the whole family to leave you feeling inspired and filled with good wishes for the future!

Camarada Presents The Essence Of Tango

Join Camarada to explore the wide range of tango from the 1900’s all the way to TODAY with the exciting world premiere of “Tango Bajo el Agua” by renowned Argentine Composer-In-Residence Andrés Martín.

San Diego Chinese New Year Fair Returns For Its 40th Year

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with old and new friends on the corner of 3rd Avenue and J Street in downtown San Diego!

Taste Of Barrio Logan San Diego Fun City Crawl

Get A Taste Of Barrio Logan On A Fun City Crawl And After Party Event!

Get sample dishes and libations from participating venues while you see the culture. You will have the opportunity to discover, savor, and indulge in these incredible establishments in just one day! Grab a friend, bring the family.

Comic-Con Museum Premiers “The Animation Academy – From Pencils To Pixels” Exhibition

Animation Academy has over 20 interactive stations, which allow visitors to experiment and create their own stop-motion animated short, learn about the art of storyboarding, snap photos in the sets of their favorite animated TV shows and movies, and see the world’s largest traveling 3D zoetrope.

Ethan Chan art exhibition

Saucy Suits Explore Connection With Consumerism & Self Identity At Oceanside Museum Of 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.

Sunday, February 5

New Village Arts Presents “The Ferryman”

“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.

Coastal Roots Farm Hosts Annual Tu B’Shvat Food Forest Festival

Coastal Roots Farm welcomes community members from all backgrounds to celebrate Tu B’Shvat Food Forest Festival, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Guests are invited to explore the “understory” to see how even the smallest cells are connected.

See the Lani Emanuel: Beside Herself Exhibition at Oceanside Museum Of Art

Award-winner artist Lani Emanuel showcases a journey of personal exploration in her latest exhibition. The empowering exhibition runs until February 26, 2023.

Get out there and make the most of the beautiful weekend, San Diego!

See you there, San Diego!

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