Things To Do In San Diego: October 15-21
Thirteen events you don't want to miss this week
The Marriage of Figaro
Wild boar is on the menu of Cucina Urbana’s Beast Feast whole-animal dinner series, which promotes sustainability by avoiding waste.
An unlikely musical duo, Sting & Shaggy perform hits from their new island-inspired collaborative album at Harrah’s Resort SoCal.
An investigation into the disappearance of Sherlock Holmes makes for a suspenseful plot in the West Coast premiere of Holmes & Watson at North Coast Repertory Theatre (through 11/11).
Behold the music, dance, and costumes of Mexican civilization from the pre-Columbian era through today when the 76 folk dancers of Ballet Folklórico de México perform at California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Watch high-performance boat races during the four-day Extreme Sailing Series off Harbor Island.
Celtic and bluegrass music converge with a performance from Irish group We Banjo 3 at California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Scallywag returns to the Waterfront Park with over 50 breweries and punk rock icons Rancid, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Less Than Jake.
San Diego Opera presents Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, a comic and messy love story, at the Civic Theatre (through 10/28).
Pay tribute to local servicemembers during eight days of Fleet Week San Diego events, including public ship tours at Broadway Pier.
The 11th annual Hallo-Wine Fall Festival, held at the Historic Burnham House, will raise funds for Home Start’s child abuse prevention and treatment programs.
Invite the whole crew to the South Park Fall Walkabout to explore popular neighborhood shops and restaurants on foot.
Northern Irish sculptor Tim Shaw explores humanitarian issues through immersive large-scale installations in his first American exhibit, Beyond Reason, at San Diego Museum of Art (through 2/24).
Treat yourself at Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa’s latest Self-Care Sunday, Pilates + Prosecco.