Get ready to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day in San Diego! Make sure to pack your shamrocks and your green items of clothing, because you’ll want to be out on the town when Saint Patrick’s Day hits! Here are some of the events we’re most excited about:
Shamrock Block Party
6th Ave between E St and G St
Saturday, March 14, 2020 – 2:00pm -12:00am
With general admission tickets ($45) to this once-in-a-lifetime block party at the Gaslamp Quarter, you’ll get to party all night. There will be three stages featuring live Irish bands and rock bands, plus beer, cocktails, and drink specials from 25 participating bars around the area. The best part is there are no cover charges! The VIP tickets ($89) will come with a slew of bonuses, such as express entry to the event, four complimentary drinks at participating Gaslamp Quarter bars, three complimentary drinks at the Lucky Leprechaun VIP Bar, and access to various exclusive VIP locations (such as lounges and restrooms). There are some add-ons available as well which come with all sorts of special extras, like fast passes and commemorative Shamrock steins.
Irish 4 a Day
628 5th Ave
Friday, March 13, 2020 – Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Irish 4 a Day is a grand slam event for only the strongest of heart! Come out and weave your way through 24 different venues, from the opening party at American Junkie all the way to Juan Tequila Bar & Restaurant, with 22 other locations in between. The tickets range from $25-$29 (depending on the day). The big party is on St. Patrick’s Day itself, but this event actually starts on the Friday before (March 13th) so if you’re here for the whole weekend, you’re in for some nonstop action, complete with exclusive drinks, drink specials, keepsakes, and more. There will even be leprechaun guides and Irish fairy guides to show you the route.
St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl
Saturday, March 14, 2020 – 2:00pm-2:00am
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 – 2:00pm-2:00am
Enjoy $4 shots, $3 beers, and 2-for-$1 well drinks on this exciting pub crawl. Once you check in, you’ll get a map with all the participating bar locations, along with a guide to the specials. The only rules for the St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl is that you have to wear green, or risk being booed out of the bar by the hyped-up crowds!
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When January hits San Diego, we’ll be gearing up for the new year. That means exciting events, mid-winter fun, and plenty of time for you to come and experience San Diego at the beginning of your new year. We’re at the height of the off-season for tourism, which makes it the perfect time for you to come and visit for these upcoming events in San Diego without all the crowds.
Mystery Science Theatre 3000 – Live!
Sat, Jan 25, 7:30 PM
868 Fourth Ave, San Diego, CA
Tickets: $32.50 – 55.50
Remember that show we all loved back in the 90s? On TV, Mystery Science Theatre 3000 would run old, bad, cheesy horror movies, and make fun of them via commentary the entire time. It was hilarious. Recently, the show has been raised from the dead for Netflix, and they’re back at it again! Come and see them perform live. It’s a comedy show, but even better.
Dark Star Orchestra
Fri, Feb 21, 7:00 PM
House of Blues San Diego
1055 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA
Tickets: $29.50 – 65
Come to the lovely and classy House of Blues to see the musical stylings of the legendary Dark Star Orchestra, Vincent, and Melvv. Dark Star Orchestra is a tribute band to one of the most iconic folk-rock bands of all time: The Grateful Dead. Make sure to grab your tickets before they sell out!
Margarita Crawl San Diego
Sat, Feb 29, 2:00 – 8:00 PM
Tickets: $14.00 – 34.99
San Diego, CA
Sponsored by Bar Crawl Unlimited (whose company motto is to “create memories that will last a lifetime”), Margarita Crawl San Diego will take you on a journey through the city. Spend Leap Day leaping from venue to venue, discovering the delicious delights that San Diego has to offer. The venues participating will be announced by Bar Crawl Unlimited.
Feb 29 – Mar 1, 2020
Del Mar Fairgrounds
2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA
Spend your Leap Day this year doing something as offbeat and fun as this odd day of the year deserves. Visit TinyFest California to get a taste of the hit sensation sweeping the modern era: tiny houses. Touring some of the tiny houses and van conversions at this festival is just the beginning. There will also be a Simple Living Marketplace, workshops, guest speakers, food, and live music.
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September in San Diego is a beautiful time of year. The weather begins to cool down, but the days are still long and sunny. While the city is winding down from its summer festivities there are still plenty of fun events going on, from music festivals to festivals that are all about the city’s unique food and beer scenes. Here are some of the top San Diego upcoming events that you won’t want to miss.
San Diego Blues Festival
San Diego Blues Festival is a must-attend event for all blues fans. This year’s festival is in its 8th year and will feature the music of some of the greatest blues musicians, including Billy Gibbons and Friends, Seth Loveless, Tommy Castro, and Kenny Neal. The festival donates a portion of their profits to the San Diego Food Bank and has donated over $750,000 and more than 13 tons of canned food since its inauguration. This years’ festival will be held on September 8 at Embarcadero Marina Park from 12 – 8 p.m. General admission tickets cost $30 and a VIP ticket—which includes two free drinks, catered lunch and snacks, and unlimited soft drinks and water—costs $150.
Taste of Downtown
Taste of Downtown is one of San Diego’s premier culinary events. This culinary event is in its 26th year and is a great way to taste some of the city’s best food. Head over to the downtown San Diego to try sample-sized bites from more than 40 restaurants. You can sample food from the best restaurants in East Village, City Center, and the Gaslamp Quarter without having to commit to a full meal at each location. The event will take place on September 13 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. and there is a free shuttle that can drive you to participating restaurants. Tickets cost $35 ahead of time and $40 the day of, but they do sell out, so it is best to buy them in advance.
San Diego Festival of Beer
San Diego is known for its craft beer, which is why the San Diego Festival of Beer is one of the best San Diego upcoming events in the city. The event is returning for its 24th year on September 22 from noon – 5 p.m. Tickets start at $45 and 100% of the proceeds go to local cancer-fighting charities. This year’s list of breweries includes Green Flash, Ballast Point, and Speakeasy Ales and Lagers.
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There are endless reasons why a summer trip to San Diego is a good idea. These months bring the perfect weather for doing all of your favorite group activities in San Diego. Endless sunshine and blue skies offer wonderful conditions for swimming, surfing, sailing, and everything in between. But the vibrant community provides for another good reason to make the summer trip to our city. You can see examples of the culture here in many of the amazing summer San Diego festivals that are coming to town.
OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off
For the 39th year in a row, this one of a kind street fair and cook-off is taking over Ocean Beach on June 23rd, 2018. This is the premiere chili cook off in all of San Diego, where hundreds of competitors vie for the People’s Choice Award for best chili. Along with professional and amateur cooks, the festival brings in over 70,000 visitors. While the chili is the main event, people come for much more than this comfort food. The Street Fair features shopping from unique vendors, live music, art, and much more, all within this gorgeous beachfront setting in Ocean Beach. The best part is entry into the festival is free. Stop by to try some great chili or some beautiful art, or spend the whole day enjoying the amazing energy here.
Rhythm and Brews Music and Craft Beers Festival
There are endless group activities in San Diego, but two of the most universally loved are that of good music and good beer. There is no better display of this love than at the Rhythm and Brews Music and Craft Beers Festival. Over 50 of the most renowned local breweries come together along with breweries from all over the world to provide the most delicious beers in the world for the festival’s guests. These amazing beers come together with countless local bands, resulting in one of the most pleasant San Diego summer days imaginable. The festivities are taking place on May 5th, 2018 at the Historic Vista Village beginning at noon for VIP ticket holders and 1 pm for general admissions. You can get your ticket and unlimited beer samples for only $45!
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There’s never a shortage of things to do in San Diego, and some weeks are even more exciting than others! If you’re looking for an event to set your San Diego vacation apart from all others, check out one of these San Diego festivals:
San Diego Latino Film Festival
If you’ve ever been interested in Hispanic culture, this is one festival you need to check out. It celebrates Latino culture while also portraying the struggles unique to Latino cultures, both historically and today. But of course, like any great film festival, it also reaches at what makes us all human. The San Diego Latino Film Festival is nearing its 20th anniversary; it’s usually held in March.
Spring Busker Festival
Mid-April brings this delightful festival to Seaport Village. A busker is a street performer, usually a comedic one who incorporates all sorts of tricks. Previous buskers to take the Seaport streets include sword-swallowers, break dancers, unicyclists, jugglers, and more! The event is free to attend—though of course performers graciously accept tips!
While San Diego’s oysters may not be as famous as those of the Gulf states or New England, they make for a great excuse to have some fun! The festival happens each June, and while of course delicious oysters will be served, there’s much more: fantastic live bands will be playing, and there’ll be plenty of beer and food to enjoy—even for those who aren’t feeling shellfish! Admission averages about $40 to $50 for a single day.
Sun and Sea Festival
This July festival is centered around the Imperial Beach Sand Castle Competition, which brings together world-class sculptors to create some truly jaw-dropping feats of sand sculpture! The day includes a pancake breakfast, a parade, and a competition open to children ages 5 through 12. If you want something more exciting than the usual day at the beach, check out the Sun and Sea Festival.
San Diego Beer Week
San Diego loves and celebrates beer, especially the great creations that have arisen in its proud microbreweries. So much do we love this drink, that we take an entire ten days to celebrate it! Stay in San Diego in November to enjoy dozens of beer-related events, from tasting competitions to tours. All sorts of restaurants join in on the fun, so if you’re a connoisseur or just love an excuse to drink, mark San Diego Beer Week on your calendar!
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There’s no country in the world like the U. S. of A! And to celebrate it, San Diego hosts tons of different events. When you’re looking for ways to have fun for the Fourth, America’s Finest City has you covered. Whether you’re just here for the Fourth of July or staying for the weekend leading up to it, there are plenty of ways to stay busy with these San Diego fourth of July events!
San Diego County Fair
What better place to visit a county fair than the county that homes America’s Finest City? The San Diego County Fair is winding down, so this weekend is the last time to visit for this year, starting on Thursday, June 29th. If you want rides, exhibitions, and fair food, then this is the place to visit! It’s open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
National City’s Lion’s Club Carnival
A classic carnival, this annual event features everything to keep the family excited. Games and rides are the main attraction, but don’t forget the carnival food! The Lion’s Club carnival also features a few special events, such as the Miss National City Pageant on Saturday the 1st and the fireworks on July 4th. It’s being held from the first through the fourth in Kimball Park.
Maritime Museum’s Fourth of July
San Diego’s Maritime Museum is pulling out all the stops for Independence Day. Sadly, their cruise featuring a broadside-assist for the fireworks show is sold out, but there are still tickets available for their Fourth of July picnic dinner! This allows guests to sit aboard the 1898 steam ferry for an impressive view of San Diego Bay’s fireworks show while they enjoy a catered picnic dinner. Plus, tickets also get your admission to the museum and its exhibits!
Annual Big Bay Boom
There are over a dozen fireworks shows that happen throughout the county on America’s birthday, but the most famous of them is San Diego’s Big Bay Boom. Four barges placed around San Diego Bay launch a fantastic fireworks show that’s visible from Harbor Island to Coronado Landing to Seaport Village, with accompanying music broadcasted on two radio stations to match. If you can only see one fireworks show this year, make it be this one!
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Whether you’ve had your trip to San Diego planned for months or you’re just itching to visit for a few days before school starts up again, you’re in luck because 710 Beach Rentals has put together a list of a number of cool events that you can catch in the upcoming week. Be sure to take advantage of the awesome activities detailed below while you’re out there! You won’t want to miss these fun, exclusive events that are happening the week of August 7th – August 13th!
August 7th – 13th – Passport to the Pacific Exhibition Featuring Turtle Lagoon at Living Coast Discovery Center
The Living Coast Discovery Center continues highlighting its new exhibit, in which visitors can explore interactive features—including Turtle Lagoon—to learn about unique Pacific Ocean animals and habitats. This museum is fun for all ages!
August 7th – Chula Vista Lemon Festival
During this unique summer festival, the city of Chula Vista celebrates its heritage as the “Lemon Capital of the World” with a kids’ fun zone, live entertainment, and too many lemons to count!
August 7th – 13th – Oceanside International Film Festival
Come view the spectacular visual shows made by students, amateurs, and professionals. Ranging from shorts and animation to documentaries and full-length features, this festival is perfect for film buffs. Enjoy workshops and after-parties like a celebrity!
August 12th – 13th – Gaslamp Pub Crawl and Club Crawl San Diego
In the mood to hit the town? Try a crawl! Gaslamp’s Pub Crawl begins at 8:00pm on Friday and Saturday evening, featuring live local music, packed dance floors, Irish pubs, and a delectable sampling of San Diego’s best craft beer. Club Crawl San Diego will take you on a tour of San Diego’s hottest nightclubs, beginning at Analog Bar at 10:00pm on both nights.
August 13th – ArtWalk NTC @ Liberty Station
Explore fine art out and about in the San Diego sunshine! See these art pieces as they were meant to be seen: in the most perfect conditions of natural light. As an added bonus, you can purchase artwork directly from the region’s best artists.
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