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50 Things to do this Summer

Where to party, picnic, and parade in SD


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Sit in the Front Row

Summer Pops
The SD Symphony takes over Embarcadero Marina Park South for a season of outdoor entertainment, including the Peking Acrobats (July 20–21), Burt Bacharach (August 5), and a tribute to Michael Jackson (August 23). June 23–September 2, $18+, sandiegosymphony.org

Shakespeare Festival
This year’s Bard fest features three plays: Inherit the Wind, and Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Richard III, performed under the stars at the Old Globe Theatre. June 3–September 30, $29+, theoldglobe.org

The Nightingale
The classic Hans Christian Andersen tale gets retold with a poetic pop sensibility. The play features music by renowned composer/musician Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening). July 10–August 5, $40, lajollaplayhouse.org

Moonlight Amphitheatre’s season
Moonlight’s summer season includes the regional premiere of Legally Blonde: The Musical (through July 14), Fiddler on the Roof (July 25–August 11), and Anything Goes (August 22–September 8). Arrive early and dine al fresco at the new Artisan Cafe, or bring your own picnic. $22–$47, moonlightstage.com

Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
The 2012 summer season is packed with big laughs and hot musical acts. Highlights: Sheryl Crow (July 26–27), Seal (Aug. 6), and Joan Rivers (Aug. 16), $39+, humphreysconcerts.com

Coronado Summer Concert Series
Catch family-friendly tunes, from jazz to classic rock. Sunday nights through September 9, free, coronadoconcert.com

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