Arts

The fair — which returns June 12-July 7 — will boast headliners like Ludacris, Jay Leno, Pepe Aguilar, and TLC.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or science fan, these 28 museums in San Diego have it all.
The landmark’s historic Naval Building 178 will become the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Performing Arts Center — the future permanent home of Cygnet Theatre.
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
The 35th annual celebration of SD’s arts and culture scene will offer half-off admission at 70+ participating cultural attractions Feb. 1-Feb. 29, 2024.
The historic venue on Fourth Avenue debuted in March 1924 as a vaudeville and movie theater.
These shows prove that San Diego is a great city for live music, and they’re just a sample of the shows coming this year.
The local theater signed a new, three-year lease thanks to community support, with a new production coming this month.
The museum in Balboa Park will debut a new exhibit, plant garden, film, and special events to ring in the milestone throughout 2024.
Where to remember the civil rights leader and event to observe MLK Day
The local art scene is drawing us in, that’s for sure.
These beloved businesses served San Diego for 10+ years but no longer exist in 2024.
From soccer and baseball to the San Diego County Fair, Pride and superheroes, 2024 is shaping up to be a mighty eventful year in America’s Finest City.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our SDtoday Picture of the Year contest.
Fireworks. Hiking. Kid-friendly activities. Capybaras. Festive events. Dang, you’re dynamic, SD.
These local events study the seven principles of Kwanzaa and celebrate family, community, and history.
The venue at 3925 Ohio St. hosts all kinds of art forms year-round — from live music and poetry to dance lessons and its beloved Beatles Fair.
If you don’t want to give a thing, share your love of San Diego with fun, educational, and romantic experiences.
The organization will tell its story on a float with an ‘It Began With a Roar’ theme.
This list includes everything from helping the hungry and mentoring local youth to helping animals and cleaning up local beaches.
SDtoday readers voted on four familiar faces etched into San Diego’s collective memory.
Balboa Park’s biggest event of the year returns Friday, Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, with merrymaking opportunities aplenty.
We’re giving you the gift of live entertainment — score tickets to plays, ballets, concerts, and more.
The celebration of cultural diversity and community takes place this Sunday, Nov. 19, from Shoreline Park to Pearl of the Pacific Park.
The instillation will welcome visitors at the intersection of Lytton and Rosecrans streets.
This year’s event features 120+ local makers uniting at Julep — just north of Little Italy — on Saturday, Nov. 18 + Sunday, Nov. 19.
There’s a whole lot of jolly to be had — check out our guide to fun, festive events in San Diego this holiday and winter season.
Together, SD and Tijuana, Mexico, will be the first ever binational World Design Capital.
Honor local veterans at community ceremonies and parades, and find local businesses that are showing thanks with specials and freebies.
The changes include proposals to add more housing, public transit, and high-rise buildings that could more-than-double the population.
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