Entertainment & Events
This Weekend in San Diego (4/28 – 4/30): Enjoy the Arts
From arts to music, this weekend in San Diego is going to be cultural and exciting. There are an abundance of music festivals, art shows, comedy shows and even events you can do with your dog. It’s supposed to be sunny and warm, so enjoy!
Friday, April 28
Art alive celebrates its 36th anniversary this weekend and it has been an eagerly anticipated tradition. At Art Alive, there will be over 100 floral interpretations created by credible local and national designers. Museum members receive complementary admission, so sign up now! Art Alive will begin on Thursday and last through Sunday. Purchase tickets now for 25 dollars.
Tunes on the Terrace takes place at Orfila Vineyards & Winery and happens most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays! On April 28, Jason Mann will play on the patio and you are welcome to enjoy dancing and drink a lot of wine. Don’t miss out!
A farther destination, but definitely worth it, is the Louisiana Jambalaya in Encinitas. This event gives you the opportunity to take a cooking class to make this classic and cultural recipe. The class costs 30 dollars.
Surprisingly not sold out yet, the Kings of Leon will perform at the Mattress Firm Amphitheater. Purchase tickets while they are still available!
Saturday, April 29
For a healthy start to your Saturday, join Mission Valley Sunset Rotary for the fifth annual Mother’s Bay Run on Saturday, April 29, 2017, benefiting the San Diego Rescue Mission. You can choose to compete in the 5k, 10k or Lil Tykes 100m dash. You can still register.
San Diego’s Little Italy presents the 33rd annual Mission Federal Art Walk. Mission Federal ArtWalk will fill 17 blocks in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood. Thousands of attendees come to view and purchase artwork, enjoy the music and dance and participate in interactive art experiences.
Enjoy world class improv comedy in the heart of historic San Diego at the Old Town Showdown. Get tickets today.
Sunday, April 30
The sixth annual Chocolate Festival takes place on the bay and is a celebration of chocolate. Over 15 vendors showcase and sample various types of chocolate. Also, kids and adults can make their own chocolate pizza, to delight chocolate lovers of all ages.
If you haven’t been already, make the trip out to the Carlsbad flower fields because pictures don’t do it justice. It is open 9 am to 6 pm daily and most beautiful in the spring time. You can buy tickets online or at the door.
Don’t leave your dog indoors all weekend while you’re out having fun! SUP PUPs introduced paddleboarding lessons with your dog. Book online now for a treat for you and your pup to share.