San Diego Weekend Events Roundup 6.2.16

Find the best things to do in San Diego this weekend.

Edited by Lisa Kelley

Sip the CityEVENTS
Sip the City
June 2. Kick off San Diego Urban Wine Week at Sip the City. The event features wines from more than 12 San Diego urban wineries, in addition to live entertainment. $20/pp. 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Headquarters at Seaport Village, 789 West Harbor Dr., downtown.



north-park after darkNorth Park After Dark
June 2. Wander through North Park for an evening urban shopping experience at the North Park After Dark event. Businesses will feature free raffle prizes, live entertainment, and bites from local restaurants. Various locations.




craft-beers + bitesCraft Beers + Bites
June 3. Enjoy craft beer from more than 20 local breweries at the 6th Craft Beer + Bites. The event also features food truck fare, games of giant Jenga, bean-bag toss and giant beer pong. $35/pp. 5-9 p.m. SILO in Makers Quarter, 753 15th St., East Village.



cruisin-grandWine & Craft Beer Tasting at Cruisin’ Grand
June. 3. Eight local wineries (plus Stone Brewing Co.) take over Maple Street Plaza during the weekly Crusin’ Grand event. Sample their award-winning wines, rock to live music and browse through the classic hot rods lining Grand Avenue. $20/pp. 5-8 p.m. Maple Street Plaza, Escondido, 760.839.4587.



san diego county fairSan Diego County Fair
June 3-July 4. San Diego’s largest annual event is “Mad About the Fair”—in celebration of Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland—and features car shows, animals, games, exhibits, carnival rides, arts and crafts, food vendors, concerts and more. Closed Mondays, except July 4, and June 7 and 14. Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, 858.755.1161.


brew-and-food-festBrew & Food Festival
June 4. Enjoy craft beer from over 70 breweries in addition to beer-inspired bites from local chefs. Festivities also include live music performances, chef demonstrations and a Silent Disco Dome. $40/pp. Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego Marina.



art-around adamsArt Around Adams
June 4. Adams Avenue comes alive with live music, performances, galleries, live art demonstrations and more. Local businesses and storefronts transform into galleries and stages for artists. Jump aboard the free “Comedy Trolley” to ride up and down the avenue. Various locations.



pendleton mud-runMud Run at Camp Pendleton
June 4-5. Participate in the 5K or 10K (1K for kids 6-12) and overcome multiple boot-camp inspired obstacles to finish at the muddiest pit in the world. Camp Pendleton.




Rock-N-Roll-Marathon-San-DiegoRock ’n’ Roll Marathon/Half Marathon
June 5. The Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon & 1/2 Marathon celebrates 19 years of running through San Diego. This year, the route winds through Balboa Park, Old Town, Uptown neighborhoods and downtown San Diego. The course will be packed with live entertainment all the way to the finish line.



opening day polo san diegoOpening Day of Polo
June 5. The 30th anniversary of the event features a celebration with two action-packed matches at 1 and 3 p.m. After the trophy presentation, stay for the highly-anticipated Chukker After Party. 14555 El Camino Real, Rancho Santa Fe,



hedda-gablerARTS + CULTURE
Hedda Gabler
June 1-26. A world-premiere adaptation and new translation of Ibsen’s classic. Arguably one of the most complex and intriguing female characters ever written, Hedda Gabler weaves a mesmerizing tale of a woman trapped in a loveless marriage and driven by a need for power and freedom. North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987-D Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, 858.481.1055.


June 3. San Diego based alternative rock band, Switchfoot comes home to perform at the San Diego County Fair grandstand stage. Band members, Jon Foreman, Tim Foreman, Chad Butler, Jerome Fontamillas and Drew Shirley are currently on tour promoting their new album Where the Light Shines Through. 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, 858.755.1161.



stephen "ragga" marleyStephen “Ragga” Marley
June 3. Six-time Grammy Award-winner Stephen “Ragga” Marley brings his reggae beats to the stage at Quartyard. 7 p.m. Quartered 1102 Market St., East Village.




all_hands_on_deck_Damon Davis: All Hands on Deck at MCASD
June 4-July 24. Museum of Contemporary Art La Jolla showcases an exhibition by photographer Damon Davis. In All Hands On Deck, Davis photographed individuals in Ferguson, Missouri, with their “hands up,” to reflect the importance of collective action. 700 Prospect St., La Jolla, 858.454.3541.



Through June 5. The smash-hit, Tony Award-winning musical based on the popular Disney movie is a high-energy explosion of song and dance. Broadway/San Diego, Civic Theatre, 1100 Third Ave., downtown, 619.570.1100.




lady-antebellumLady Antebellum
June 5. American Country music group, Lady Antebellum, joins San Diego County Fair as part of the Toyota Summer Concert Series on the Heineken Grandstand stage. Tickets include admission to the fairgrounds for the day. 7:30 p.m. 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., 858.755.1161.



June 5. Reggae-influenced alternative rock band, Iration headlines the “Hotting Up Tour 2016” that makes a stop at Sleep Train Amphitheatre. The new album Hotting Up features radio singles “Reelin,” “Hotting Up,” and “867.” Joining them onstage for the 91X X-Fest will be Cheap Trick, The Offspring with Kongos, Wolfmother, Chevy Metal and more. 2050 Entertainment Cir., Chula Vista, 619.671.3500.


duck-footFOOD + DRINK
Duck Foot Brewing 1 Year Anniversary
June 4. Duck Foot Brewing just turned 1, and to celebrate is hosting a party for the whole gang. Enjoy games, 26 beers on tap (including core brews, new favorites and special launches), food trucks and more. Noon-10 p.m. 8920 Kenamar Dr., Miramar.