Events | San Diego Weekend Events Roundup 6.11.15

Weekend Roundup

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

Oysterfest & Music Festival
June 13. Marina Embarcadero North hosts the 6th annual San Diego Oysterfest. Attendees can try numerous varieties of oysters and fine foods from top San Diego restaurants, and also enjoy full bars and an afternoon of live music. Performances will include Thievery Corporation, Little Huricane, The Young Wild, Birdy Bardot and more. 12-7:30 p.m. $32/pp. 500 Kettner Blvd., San Diego Marina.


toast-of-the-coastThe Toast of the Coast Wine Competition & Festival
June 13. The San Diego County Fair invites wine enthusiasts to uncork the fun at the Toast of the Coast Wine Competition and Festival. Set in the serene Paul Ecke Jr. Garden Show, guests can taste from more than 100 wines from more than 80 wineries spanning from Eureka to Baja. Tickets are $62/pp and include fair admission, unlimited samplings from award-winning wines and the opportunity to purchase full bottles of the wines. VIP tasters can also enjoy the Winemakers Tasting Lounge with award-winning wine and food pairings for $90/pp. Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, 858.755.1161.


tasteof-italyTaste of Little Italy
June 17. Foodies will love the Taste of Little Italy as the neighborhood’s unique restaurants and eateries welcome guests to sample their most popular dishes including entrees, appetizers, desserts and beverages. Guests can get either a full passport or select a north or south route passport and taste from over 30 participating dining options, while enjoying live music performances. 5-9 p.m. $30-45/pp. Various locations, Little Italy,


carlsbad-beachfestCarlsbad Beach Fest
June 13. Promoting beach and ocean stewardship, the Carlsbad Beach Fest brings the community together for a day of fun activities, art exhibits, music performances, beach cleanup, interactive booths, sand sculptures and fun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tamarack Beach, Carlsbad, 760.271.5787.


sausagefestSausage Fest
June 17. LOUNGEsix at Hotel Solamar hosts Sausage Fest, where the city’s top meat masters put their best link forward while the public votes on the best sausage in show. Attendees get to enjoy 11 chefs’ sausages from some of San Diego’s top restaurants as well as live entertainment from The Tighten Ups. $10/pp. 616 J St., 4th Floor, downtown, 619.531.8744.

Pier-SouthGlobal Wellness Day
June 13. Join Sea180 Coastal Tavern and Pier South Resort in Imperial Beach for a free fitness celebration including free yoga, fitness and nutrition classes, tai chi, meditation, chalk art, chair massages, fitness trainer evaluations and tips, health evaluations and local beverage and eatery snacks. Start it off with a healthy mimosa from Sea180. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 800 Seacoast Dr., Imperial Beach.

Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed
Ongoing. The Natural History Museum (theNAT) welcomes guests to explore ancient Maya. Their newest exhibition Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed opens on June 12, and showcases hands-on activities, immersive environments, large-scale replica monuments, bilingual text panels and more than 200 authentic Mayan artifacts. 1788 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619.232.3821.


June 13. The first installment of a four-date concert series kicks off at Silo in East Village’s Makers Quarter. The first performance will include music from Coachella standouts such as The Gaslamp Killer, Penguin Prison, Moving Units, Oliver, JackLNDN, Dadon and Jimbo James. Catch future performances on July 11, Aug. 5 and Sept. 5. 4-11 p.m. 753 15th St., East Village.


ingrid-michaelsonIngrid Michaelson
June 12. Joined by special guests Jukebox The Ghost and Greg Holden, Ingrid Michelson takes the stage in San Diego at Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay, for her A Summer Night Out tour. The New York-based indie pop singer-songwriter is known for her catch songs including “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” “Girls Chase Boys,” “Keep Breathing” and “Parachute.” Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay, 2241 Shelter Island Dr., Shelter Island,


colbie-caillatColbie Caillat
June 13. Southern California native, Colbie Caillat brings her pop acoustic sound to the Del Mar Fairgrounds stage. Known for such hits as “Bubbly,” “Realize,” “I Never Told You” and “Lucky,” the singer-songwriter performs at the San Diego County Fair. Tickets include fair admission. 2265 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar,


hotel-delFlag Day Concert at Hotel del Coronado
June 14. Hotel del Coronado hosts a Flag Day BBQ and concert to honor those who bravely serve in the military to defend our nation. Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band will perform a rock ‘n’ roll concert with covers from such artists as Stevie Wonder, Kelly Clarkson, Adele, Zac Brown Band and everything in between. The grand finale will include paratroopers in a skydiving performance. 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $75. Hotel del Coronado, 1500 Orange Ave., Coronado, 619.435.6611.


West Side Story
June 12-July 26. The Lamb’s Players Theatre performs the enduring stage classic West Side Story. The Shakespearean-based musical features favorite songs such as “Tonight,” “Somewhere,” “When You’re A Jet” and “Maria.” Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave., Coronado, 619.437.6000.


AllshookupAll Shook Up
Through June 27. Moonlight Stage Productions presents the San Diego Professional Premiere of All Shook Up, a new musical comedy about a guitar-playing, hip-swiveling roustabout who rides into a sleep town in 1955 determined to help everyone discover the magic and romance of rock and roll. Moonlight Amphitheater, 200 Civic Center Dr., Vista, 760.724.2110.


San Diego Padres vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
June 12-14. The Southern California rivalry continues as the L.A. Dodgers come to San Diego to take on the Padres this Friday through Sunday. Games are at 7:10 on Friday and Saturday and 1:10 on Sunday. Petco Park, 100 Park Blvd., East Village,


Tequila Dinner at The Patio on Goldfinch
June 16. The Patio on Goldfinch welcomes co-owner of Tequila Ocho, Tomas Estes, for an evening celebrating tequila. Chefs from The Patio on Goldfinch, San Diego and Baja California will collaborate to bring five courses of Baja Med cuisine to perfectly complement the libations. $100/pp. 4020 Goldfinch St., 619.501.5090.


omni-la-costaNew Honey-Inspired Menu at Omni La Costa
Ongoing. Omni La Costa Resort & Spa is determined to welcome in the summer with an array of “liquid-gold” libations and small bites. Their new lineup of honey-infused cocktails will include the Bee Sting with grapefruit jalapeño vodka, orange blossom honey water, lemon and grapefruit juices, the Pink Moon Shandy and the Orange Blossom Margarita. Small bites will feature local honey in a cheese and charcuterie tray, honey hummus served with pita chips and vegetables, and a bloomsdale spinach salad. The menu will be offered at the resort’s restaurants: BlueFire Grill, Bistro 65 and EDGE through the end of the summer. 2100 Costa Del Mar Rd., Carlsbad, 760.438.9111.