San Diego Weekend Events Roundup 10.8.15

Weekend Roundup

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

East Village Un-Gala Awards
Oct. 8. The East Village Association invites guests to enjoy the best of the neighborhood while also awarding winners of the first EVA awards. Awards include “most pet friendly,” “social media champ,” “most creative craft beverage,” “That’s So East Village” and more. Enjoy live music, food and drinks from local vendors. $20/pp. Quartyard, 1102 Market St., East Village.


Oktoberfest_2013_D2_088Ocean Beach Oktoberfest
Oct. 9-10. Live bands, bratwurst-eating and stein-holding contests, a sausage toss and more take over Ocean Beach’s Newport Ave. Ocean Beach, 619.224.4906.


crssdCRSSD Festival
Oct. 10-11. The two-day electronic music festival returns to the San Diego Waterfront Park featuring three stages and more than 36 performers. Enjoy craft beer, mixed drinks, food and more. 1600 Pacific Hwy., San Diego Marina.


LJAWF-CollageLa Jolla Art & Wine Festival
Oct. 10-11. The annual juried art show benefits arts and physical education programs at local schools. Take in works by 150 artists, plus live entertainment, a silent auction, gourmet market-place and beer and wine garden. Girard Ave., between Prospect Ave. and Torrey Pines St., La Jolla.


bravecortBraveCort Brew Fest & Masskrugstemmen
Oct. 10. To cap off an evening at the La Jolla Art & Wine Fest, stick around the Wine & Beer Garden for the BraveCort Brew Fest & Masskrugstemmen to sample craft brews and bites, compete in a German beer stein-holding competition and enjoy live music. 8-11 p.m. Girard Ave., between Wall St. and Silverado St., La Jolla.


festaLittle Italy Festa
Oct. 11. Celebrate Italian heritage and cuisine at the largest Italian-American festival on the West Coast. Festivities include cooking demos, three stages of live entertainment, a Kids Fun Zone and more. India St., between Ash and Grape streets, Little Italy, 619.615.1092.


The Phantom of the Opera
Oct. 7-18. Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical has been hailed by critics as “bigger and better than ever before,” featuring new special effects, scenic and lighting designs and staging and choreography. San Diego Civic Theatre, 1100 Third Ave., downtown, 619.570.1100.


lamb's-players--ozThe Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Oct. 9-Nov. 15. Based on L. Frank Baum’s classic tale, this new adaptation illuminates the book’s darker corners and brings to light its romance, humor and adventure with a thrilling new score. Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave., Coronado, 619.437.6000.


Tyrone Wells
Oct. 8. Acoustic singer-songwriter Tyrone Wells takes the stage with Joe Brooks at Lestat’s as he performs his well-known hits as well as songs from his new album Roll With It. Lestat’s West, 3343 Adams Ave., Normal Heights.


symphonySan Diego Symphony Opening Weekend
Oct. 9, 11. The San Diego Symphony kicks off its fall season with performances of J. Strauss Jr., Mozart and Prokofiev. The symphony will be conducted by Jahja Ling with rising piano superstar Yuja Wang also performing accompanied by the San Diego Orchestra. Jacobs Music Center, 750 B St., downtown, 619.235.0804.
Spanish Village Art Glass Guild Show & Sale
Oct. 10-11. Explore all forms of Art Glass, including blown, fused, torch worked, stained glass, cast, etched, mosaic and more will be featured by over 30 juried glass artists. 10am-5pm. Spanish Village Art Center, 1770 Village Pl., Balboa Park, 619.233.9050.


beerologyDINE | DRINK
BEERology at The Westgate Hotel
Oct. 9. The Westgate Hotel and Modern Times Beer partner to present BEERology— an evening of tasting five hand-selected Modern Times brews and paired alongside appetizers by the Westgate’s Executive Chef Fabrice Hardel. Phil MacNitt of Modern Times will discuss the San Diego craft beer scene, its history and the unique aroma-driven Modern Times brews. The Westgate Hotel, 1055 Second Ave., downtown, 619.238.1818.


the-lotThe LOT
Just opened in La Jolla, The LOT is San Diego’s newest destination to enjoy dining, drinking and luxury cinema. The LOT restaurant features Mediterranean and Mexican inspired dishes, and will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and post-dinner menu options. Daily movie screenings will run from 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m. 7611 Fay Ave., La Jolla, 858.777.0069.


hyattThe Top of the Hyatt Bar & Lounge
Reopened after undergoing massive renovations starting in July, the Top of the Hyatt Bar & Lounge offers a re-imagined contemporary space, redesigned bar area, a new signature cocktail menu and the chef’s new light fare menu with highlights like marshmallow s’mores pops, beef sliders, truffle frites and more. Open 3 p.m.-1 a.m. 1 Market Pl., downtown, 619.232.1234.


Welcome to the flavors of fall as Draft Mission Beach launches their new brunch and lunch dishes with signature seasonal ingredients such as apple chutney and cinnamon in the caramel apple pancakes. For those who opt for a more savory breakfast option, the roasted Anaheim chilies, quest fresco, jalapeños and more. 3105 Ocean Front Walk, Mission Beach, 858.228.9305.