Entertainment & Events
This Weekend in San Diego 3/23 – 3/25
Start the Spring season off right by heading to some of these delightful events. Art and beer lovers out there? You don’t want to miss what San Diego has to offer this weekend.
Friday, March 23rd
For only $5 , experience special exhibitions and the Museum’s 20 galleries while live music plays at Panama 66 in the May S. Marcy Sculpture Court from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Free admission for members, youth 17 & under, and college students with ID. Tickets available and sold at the door.
The 6th Annual Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer returns this Friday, March 23! Tickets are only $30 ($35 at the door) for two floors of craft beer, restaurant bites and local art.
Every Friday at the winery from 9am-1pm, in the main parking lot of Bernardo Winery, enjoy a certified Farmer’s Market! Featuring everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to local honey, fresh artisan breads and local flowers. Also at the farmer’s market, treat yourself to a made to order crepe, handmade tamale or hummus and pita. Besides food vendors, you will find beautiful orchids for sale, bamboo clothing, jewelry and a variety of vendors selling their wares. There’s always something new at the farmer’s market! come check it out and shop local today!
Experience a day of inspiration and empowerment and connect with women and men across Southern California at the San Diego Women’s Week Leadership Conference. Meet and hear from a lineup of nationally acclaimed speakers and top executives as they talk about topics that impact women’s lives. Featured speakers are Mariel Hemingway and Kim Coles. Tickets $199. Ages 18+
Saturday, March 24th
This Saturday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m., Mexico City’s Club América will face Club Tijuana in a friendly match at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego. It will be the first match of this year’s Tour Águila. All fans attending Saturday’s Tour Águila match between Club América and Club Tijuana are invited to attend the Fiesta Futbolera in the parking lot at SDCCU Stadium starting at 12:30 p.m. It will feature championship trophies, team mascots, live music, food and interactive sponsor activations, so get your tickets soon.
Join an Mission Trails Regional Park Trail Guide on a guided nature walk and learn about the plants, animals, geology, history, and ecology of the park on one of these scenic trails. These interpretive nature walks are offered to enhance your appreciation of the unique beauty of San Diego’s natural environment. The park is constantly changing, so see and learn new things on walks throughout the year. The trails used are easy, but have uneven surfaces and some involve steps, so be sure to wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and bring along water. A hat and sunscreen are also recommended. Walks are canceled if raining. No reservations required.
The 2018 9th Annual Chamorro Cultural Festival will be hosted at the beautiful and spacious campus of California State University – San Marcos by CHELU San Diego. The Chamorro people are the indigenous peoples of the Mariana Islands, which are politically divided between the United States territory of Guam and the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Invite the entire family for a fun-filled day of cultural celebration, education, entertainment, art and food.
Sunday, March 25th
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet that includes made-to-order omelets, carved meats, fresh seafood, pastries, breakfast favorites, vegetarian options and much more. The two-hour brunch cruise will take a leisurely tour past scenic sights along the San Diego and Coronado waterfront. Relax with live music and enjoy all you can eat, indoor/outdoor seating, bottomless champagne and mimosas, and a fun and scenic escape from the routine. Book your tickets today.
Events Going on All Weekend
Turn Downtown or San Diego’s Balboa Park into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three-hour event as you compete against other teams for the best score. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Available 365 days a year, sunrise to sunset. Start when you want and play at your pace.
Media Arts Center San Diego celebrates the 25th anniversary of the San Diego Latino Film Festival March 15 to 25. The festival will occupy five screens for eleven days and will present over 160 films from Latin America, the United States, and Spain as well as Opening Night and Closing Night Parties, the 3rd Annual Sonido Latino Food, Beer & Wine Festival, Q&A sessions with visiting filmmakers, free student outreach screenings, and more. Audiences will have the rare opportunity to meet filmmakers and actors from all over the world.
San Diego Musical Theatre stages a “pre-professional” production of a theatrical version of the popular movie. It’s the National Cheerleading Championship. Campbell, “cheer royalty” at Truman High, has changed schools, and now cheers for “hard knock” Jackson High. Carolyn Agan directs.
Brothels, Bites, and Booze is a fun and innovative tour that lets you explore the Gaslamp Quarter, the heart of America’s finest city. Experience what makes this city one of the top destinations for dining, shopping, and nightlife. Learn the secrets behind the district’s historic buildings as you to travel back in time to the post-Gold Rush era as thousands arrived in the port town of San Diego. This popular Gaslamp Quarter food tour will not only satisfy your taste buds, but your curiosity, too.
Participate as a team, family, couple, or individual. Complete the adventure as quickly as possible or meander along aimlessly. The goal is to have fun outdoors and hopefully learn some interesting things along the way. All you need to play is a mobile device with web access. Tours are self-guided, so you can play any time you want. One price per team, not per person. Puzzles by the Glass follow the same format as the standard adventures — the only difference is that you will be entering breweries, wineries, or bars. Alcohol is not included in the tour but should be purchased at each location you visit.