A new week in San Diego is a new opportunity to get out and have some fun. Never have to guess what to do in San Diego because we’ve scoured the internet to find the best San Diego events happening near you this weekend. This weekend, we’re super excited about the following San Diego events, everything from beach cleanups, yoga, live music, festivals, outdoor markets, fun activities for kids, and more! Check out the list below for San Diego’s best events, outdoor activities, and fun things to do. Check out the latest events in San Diego.
List of Events in San Diego this Weekend:
Flower Fields in Carlsbad, just opened its 9th season! Get your tickets, here. Current activities include: Tractor rides, U-Pick blueberries, American Flag of flowers, Artist Gardens, Historic poinsettia display, Demonstration garden, and more.
Oceanside’s Certified Farmers Market from 9am to 1pm at Pier View Way & N Coast Highway.
“If you are searching for fresh local produce, flowers and nursery items, …huge selection of gourmet goodies including artisan baked goods, organic honey, salsa and chips, dips and sauces, olives and olive oil, and so much more at MainStreet Oceanside’s Farmers Market.” @mainstreetoceanside
Friday Night Roller Skating at the Rancho Bernardo Recreation Center from 5 to 7pm. Ages 15 and up; BYO skates. Entry fee is $20.
Wotown Vintage Market from 2 to 8pm at the Quartyard in downtown, San Diego. @wotownsd
“Wotown vintage clothing market is bringing their style to Quartyard from 2-8pm. If you like thrifting clothes and want to deck out your wardrobe, come by!”
Tiny (HOME) Fest California (Sat. & Sun.) at the Del Mar Fairgrounds from 10 to 5pm. Get your tickets, here. @tinyfest.events
“Tour tiny houses, van conversions, skoolies, backyard cottages (ADUs), shipping container home, adventure rigs and more! Meet the builders and people who are living and traveling tiny every day. Shop the Simple Living Marketplace. Enjoy a variety of vendors who will guide you to minimize your clutter, debt, and carbon footprint.”
El Centro’s Festival Of Flight starts at 10 a.m. and “includes demonstrations by John Collver and “Wardog,” USAF A-10 Thunderbolt II and “Fat Albert Air Lines,” the Blues’ C-130J Super Hercules transport jet.
After the Blues, festival-goers will be treated to a Food Fest, fireworks and a live concert by The Destroyers, “Navy Band Southwest’s “premier Popular Music Group”.”
San Diego Sham Rock – St. Paddy’s Day Music + Beer Festival From 2pm to Midnight in the Gaslamp Quarter. Get your tickets, here.
“Tradition returns as an authentic Irish celebration takes over the streets of San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter district. Heading back to its roots, the 26th Annual ShamROCK provides a full lineup of the nation’s top Irish & Celtic Rock bands, iconic tribute performances and Irish dancers galore!”
12th Annual Brewbies® Craft Beer Festival from 1 to 5pm at Bagby Beer Co. @brewbiesfest
“Benefitting the Keep A Breast Foundation. Join us for a beautiful Saturday afternoon as we bring the craft beer community together once again to celebrate friendship, camaraderie, delicious food, and tasty craft beer to support one of our favorite causes. Enjoy an array of outstanding and unique, signature PINK beers curated from over 30+ of our absolute favorite breweries around.”
Sunday Morning Yoga (1253 Sunset Cliffs Blvd) starts at 9am. Preregistration is required. @yoga_jawn
“Free tickets required to keep class size within limits! Come join us for yoga on sunset cliffs on Sunday Morning. Prepare for the week ahead by first getting centered with a vinyasa flow overlooking the ocean. All levels are welcome especially new yoga enthusiasts! Please bring a towel or blanket for under your mat, water, a sweater in case it gets cold and an open mind. Looking forward to guiding you. Please message me with questions! Namaste *donations accepted, hugs count*
East Village Bubble Pop Up (National Bubble Day) at Fault Line Park on 1433 Island Ave. Begins at 3pm. Family-friendly afterparty starts at 4:30pm at the Quartyard. “Family and community friendly gathering and bubble making event”
St. Puptrick’s Day Yappy Hour at Bay City Brewing from 3 to 6pm. Register, here. @baycitybrewing
“Celebrate St. Puptrick’s Day with craft beers, food truck snacks, a dog-friendly picnic setup, and pop-up shopping at Bay City Brewing!
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