Never miss a thing in San Diego; each week we provide a calendar list of upcoming events in San Diego with tons of unique happenings, festivals, fairs, outdoor markets, pop up events, live music, art installations, beach cleanups, cultural activities, best San Diego surf spots, and so much more; essentially, the very best of San Diego.
Here’s a List of the Best Upcoming Events in San Diego this Weekend:
You’ll find everything from fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, beads galore, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much, and at unbeatable, manufacturer’s prices. You can purchase directly from importers & wholesalers. It also offers jewelry repair & cleaning while you shop.
They will have a very special VIP event the night before from 6-9pm and we will have artist Q&A, artist speaking and live acoustic music and open bar and food!
Family fun event with food, drink, live music, teen nite, face painting, and more. Oh yeah, and kids eat free while supplies last.
Unlimited sampling from over 50 local and regional craft breweries and multiple concert stages.
This festival will offer samplings of 50 local and regional brews and seltzers, tequila and San Diego’s best tacos. Not to mention, shopping crafts from below the border, while grooving to live music.
The San Diego Union-Tribune’s 6th Annual Festival of Books from 10am to 5pm at UCSD. Get your tickets, here. @sdutfob
The Festival of Books is hosted by UC San Diego and is a free, family fun event for all book lovers. There will be workshops, activities, photo booths, live entertainment, discussions with award-winning authors, and much more!
Come experience a day of punk rock featuring, Moe and the Failure, Strychnine Ninety Nine, The Touchies, The Calvins, Upper Downer, Midnight Track, and War Fever.
San Diego Parks opens Old Survey Road 97 Trail in Ramona Grasslands County Preserve – an area that is typically closed to the public due to sensitive habitat – for a limited time!
The crossing officially opened August 14th to provide a safe passage from Vulcan Ave to the 101.
Join the guide for many arty-facts and community artisan influences. You will view lots of public art while learning about Coronado’s fine art history. Don’t worry, you’ll have time to ask questions, take selfies and soak up the creativity of Coronado.