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Things to Do: July 29 - August 4

San Diego's best events this week



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July 30

If he were your man, Bruno Mars would buy you flowers and make sure you showed up to his concert at Valley View Casino Center.

July 31

Broadway San Diego flashes back Whoopi Goldberg circa 1992 with a stage performance of Sister Act at the Civic Theatre.

August 1

La Jolla Athenaeum serves up classic films with wine pairings at its outdoor Flicks on the Bricks series, Thursdays this month.

Laugh out loud during the show about marriage, You say Tomato, I Say Shut Up, based on the best-selling book of the same name. Playing at the Lyceum Theater through August 18.

August 2

Leave the Merlot at home and journey to the La Jolla Playhouse for a performance of the book-turned-movie-turned-stage show, Sideways.

Venture to the Oceanside Pier to watch pro female surfers from around the globe hang-ten at the Ford Supergirl Pro Surf Contest.

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August 3

Chula Vista’s Living Coast Discovery Center supports coastal wildlife “From Farm to Bay” at its Food and Wine Classic.

El Dorado gets crafty with its cocktails at its San Diego Showcase.

Beer lovers say cheers at BrewFest Encinitas.

Talk politics at the city's biggest civics festival of the year, Voice of San Diego's Politifest, held at NTC Liberty Station.

 

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