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Things To Do This Weekend: September 12th – September 14th

Things To Do This Weekend: September 12th - September 14th

Click Here For Complete Event Calendar All Weekend Catch Me If You Can - Moonlight Amphitheatre When: All Weekend / 7:30pm - 10pm Location: 1200 Vale Terrace Cost: Varies Don't miss this big-hearted musical adventure based on an astonishing real-life story of being young, in love... and in deep, (Continue reading)

Thursday Family Fun Night

Thursday Family Fun Night

May 29 – August 28, 2014 The Garden stays open until 8 pm on Thursday nights from May 29 – August 28. There will be activities for children and music in the Hamilton Children’s Garden. We will open on May 29 with Hullabaloo, San Diego’s own award-winning kid-folk duo, who will also perform on July 17 and (Continue reading)

Shadowridge Packages

Shadowridge Packages

The Quinceañera is important because from that day on the sweet fifteen girl can find a good path to become a better person with new ideas, because until that day everything was made easy for her, everything was beautiful. Now she will grow up to be a matured person with many responsibilities...—Panchita (Continue reading)

Summer Pops at the Symphony

Summer Pops at the Symphony

The San Diego Symphony is always a wonderful experience. For over 100 years, symphony enthusiasts have been enjoying the phenomenal sounds of the talented orchestra. From July through September, the Symphony presents an outdoor Summer Pops season. Summer Pops is 10 weeks of concerts from just before 4th of July (Continue reading)

Star Spangled Pops With Bill Conte at the San Diego Symphony

Star Spangled Pops With Bill Conte at the San Diego Symphony

San Diego Symphony performed its first concert on December 6, 1910. In the 99 years since its inception, San Diego Symphony has become one of the leading orchestras in the United States. It is committed to providing musical experiences of superior quality for the greater San Diego community and beyond. Through a rich (Continue reading)

House of Blues

House of Blues

The House of Blues in San Diego is one of 13 locations throughout the United States.  The San Diego location is famous for its “Bead Wall” made of Mardi Gras beads from the heart of New Orleans.  With live music almost every night of the week, you can pretty much enjoy the vibe anytime.  However, the music (Continue reading)

Sham ROCK 2014

Sham ROCK 2014

St. Patricks Day Block Party in the Gaslamp! Presented by Jameson Irish Whiskey and The Field SATURDAY, March 15th, 2013 – 4:00 PM – Midnight The luck of the Irish will be shared this year as good fortune smiles upon the Gaslamp Quarter at the 19th Annual shamROCK, which will bring Ireland all the way (Continue reading)

Live On Stage

Live On Stage

San Diego has earned its reputation as a premiere, sophisticated theatre town boasting two Tony Award-winning theatres.  More shows have been sent to Broadway from San Diego than any other city in America. With over 150 adventurous theatres of all sizes in the area, San Diego’s theatre scene is one of the most (Continue reading)

Music of the Rolling Stones

Music of the Rolling Stones

An Ashford University Summer Pops Concert San Diego Symphony proudly presents Music of the Rolling Stones as one of their Summer Pops shows! The original bad boys of rock ‘n roll are back via a high-energy tribute to Jagger and company. Their songs are legendary. Mick’s strut iconic. The British Invasion returns (Continue reading)

La Jolla Concerts By the Sea

La Jolla Concerts By the Sea

Every Sunday 2pm-4pm | July 7th - Labor Day Weekend Ellen Browning Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove is filled with the sounds of live music. These family-friendly FREE summer concerts are fun for everybody of all ages, offering a wide range of musical styles for everyone’s enjoyment in an ideal setting overlooking La (Continue reading)

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