Things to Do: December 4-9

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Jokulsarlon Sunset by Steve Gould

Jokulsarlon Sunset from Steve Gould's photo exhibit 65° NORTH/65° SOUTH: Images from the Ends of the Earth


December 4:

Wacky filmmaker John Waters “puts the X in Xmas” in his eponymous one-man show A John Waters Christmas at the Belly Up.

December 5:

Steve Gould's photo exhibit, 65° NORTH/65° SOUTH: Images from the Ends of the Earth, at Balboa Park's Spanish Village, December 5-17.

The former Black Crowes front man rocks the house in a solo Evening with Chris Robinson at the Belly Up.

December Nights at Balboa Park

December Nights

December 7:

More than 100,000 attendees descend on Balboa Park for international food and holiday performances at December Nights.

The California Center for the Arts in Escondido welcomes pop and country crooners for Carols by Candlelight.

December 8:

Decks get decked in their holiday finest as the Mission Bay Christmas Boat Parade of Lights sets the water aglow.

December 9:

Your four-legged friend gets in on the holiday festivities during the Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade at the Gaslamp Hilton Park.

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