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Things to Do in San Diego: December 10-16

Twelve (mostly) holiday-centric events you don't want to miss this week


The Vet + Pet West Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade | Photo: Wasiophotography.com

December 11:

Puerto Rican singer and guitarist Jose Feliciano, credited as the first Latin artist to successfully cross into the English market, brings his easy listening to Balboa Theatre. 


December 12:

NPR quiz program Ask Me Another holds a live show with guests Adam Lambert and Tony Hawk at the Balboa Theatre.


December 13:

Have yourself A Merry-Achi Christmas with Mariachi Sol de México at Balboa Theatre. 

Fanilows unite as Barry Manilow presents A Very Barry Christmas at Viejas Arena. 


December 14:

California Ballet Company performs The Nutcracker accompanied by San Diego Symphony at the Civic Theatre (through 12/23). 

It’s a real-life Etsy shop at the two-day Queen Bee Market at Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Watch a screening of Love Actually In Concert, with San Diego Symphony playing the live score at Copley Symphony Hall. 


December 15:

The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus take on popular holiday hits all weekend long in Jingle at Balboa Theatre. 

Hear The White Buffalo play a set of rugged country-folk with outlaw narratives at Observatory North Park.


December 16:

Dress your animals in festive costumes to march The Vet + Pet West Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade downtown. 

Take the family out for a night of culture and orchestral holiday fare at the San Diego Symphony's Noel Noel.

If you missed the first weekend, get a second chance at seeing the Bay come alive at the Parade of Lights.

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