The fair — which returns June 12-July 7 — will boast headliners like Ludacris, Jay Leno, Pepe Aguilar, and TLC.
From Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter to North Park and East Village, “Taste of” gatherings are alive and well in San Diego.
From downtown San Diego and Balboa Park to City Heights and Mira Mesa — there are many fun community celebrations of the Lunar New Year in 2024.
A chrome art installation of a giant soccer ball emblazoned with the names of the 18 cities that make up San Diego County will be traveling all over SD in 2024 — pass it on.
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.
Fireworks. Hiking. Kid-friendly activities. Capybaras. Festive events. Dang, you’re dynamic, SD.
The 53-year tradition returns to downtown SD’s waterfront on Sunday, Dec. 10 + Sunday, Dec. 17.
Balboa Park’s biggest event of the year returns Friday, Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, with merrymaking opportunities aplenty.
The celebration of cultural diversity and community takes place this Sunday, Nov. 19, from Shoreline Park to Pearl of the Pacific Park.
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.
Oh, the 19th annual celebration — Monday, Nov. 6-Sunday, Nov. 12 — is going to be grand, alright.
Beer Week is taking it back to the heart of the local brewing scene — with more robust plans in 2024.
The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club’s autumn affair runs on select dates Friday, Nov. 10-Sunday, Dec. 3.
Old Town, Barrio Logan, and Chula Vista will host special community events to pay tribute to loved ones who have passed.
The consortium of historic cottages represent 31 countries and cultures across the globe.
From farms and hayrides to seasonal shindigs at local theme parks and Día De Los Muertos, we’re fallin’ for this time of year in America’s Finest City.
From festivals and community programs to a themed weekend at Petco Park, here’s how to celebrate in San Diego.
Distill, my heart: The annual event goes down on Saturday, Sept. 23, showcasing nearly 20 of SD’s finest distilleries.
The ENVZN Urban Art Takeover on Saturday, Sept. 2, will feature 40+ artists from San Diego and Tijuana.
The brand-new, celeb-driven fest will highlight local culinary talent across 20+ events on Wednesday, Sept. 6-Monday, Sept. 11
The summer arts and music festival is expected to bring 150,000+ visitors to the community.
The folk art showcase — Friday, Aug. 4-Sunday, Aug. 6 — will also boast a large display of authentic, intricate Mata Ortiz pottery.
The fine arts festival will also feature a new event this year — the first-ever VIP Preview pARTy presented by Ranch & Coast magazine.
From a Barbie-themed margarita to the “The Flash,” the themed drink options are endless around downtown San Diego this weekend.
We think San Diego is always super — especially on one very special long weekend every July.
The 2023 fair kicks off Wednesday, June 7, and runs through the Fourth of July in Del Mar.
From Escondido to La Mesa, these car show culture in our county rolls deep.
The 2nd annual event goes down at the North Park Mini Park on Saturday, May 27, and Sunday, May 28.
The industry plays a major role in our city’s economy, job creation, and overall vibe as a feel-good hotspot.
The beloved Louisiana-themed music fest is Thursday, May 11-Sunday, May 14.
The festival celebrates visual and performing arts on Saturday, April 29 + Sunday, April 30.
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