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Things to Do in San Diego: June 26-July 2

This week's top events for foodies, cocktail fans, music lovers, and art aficionados



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June 26-August 28: Spreckels Organ Society’s International Summer Organ Festival. | Photo: Robert Lang

June 26:

Sit alfresco and enjoy music from the Spreckels Organ Society’s 30th annual International Summer Organ Festival at Balboa Park (Mondays, through 8/28).
 

June 29:

Discover your artsy side at the latest edition of San Diego Museum of Art’s sculpture-themed Culture & Cocktails event.
 

June 29:

Join Chef Nick Brune for a six-course SoundBite Dinner, where each plate is inspired by a song and its meaning, at Lot 8 in Mission Valley.
 

June 29:

Shop with the Chef during Liberty Public Market's new dinner series, this month featuring Phil Esteban of Soda & Swine.
 

June 30:

Kick-off San Diego Symphony’s Bayside Summer Nights outdoor concert series with a weekend of Star Spangled Pops performances at Embarcadero Marina Park South.
 

June 30:

Start your 4th of July celebrations early with a Red, White & Blue B Street Block Party on WeWork's downtown terrace, featuring food, drinks, and entertainment.
 

July 1:

Take in the photography exhibit Brenda Biondo: Play at the San Diego Museum of Art, showcasing two bodies of work that capture the open sky and playgrounds (through March 2018).
 

July 2:

Even when the heat is on, it’s never too hot for the classic Broadway musical Guys and Dolls at The Old Globe (through 8/13).
 

July 2:

Indulge in Sunday Rum Day at Hive, featuring tiki cocktails by Ram Udwin of Boy Drinks World.

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