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Things to Do in San Diego: October 8-14

Fifteen events you won't want to miss this week



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October 9:

The godfather of heavy metal Ozzy Osbourne will be performing at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre on his No More Tours excursion.

 

October 10:

Catch five days of independent cinema during the San Diego International Film Festival, including industry parties and filmmaker meet-and-greets, held at various venues. 

Make your way down Orange Avenue to get A Taste of Coronado’s culinary scene. 

Restaurants new and old will serve up samples at the Taste of Mission Hills, including live music and free trolley rides to participating venues. 

 

October 11:

Best-selling Mexican author Cesar Lozano elaborates on his latest book, No te Enganches, #TodoPasa (Don’t Get Hung Up, #EverythingPasses) at Balboa Theatre. 

 

October 12:

Discover new designers and be inspired by their latest runway collections during three days of Fashion Week San Diego events at various venues. 

Slip into your lederhosen for the two-day Ocean Beach Oktoberfest to enjoy steins, sausages, and live music. 

Mexican comedian Franco “El Diablo” Escamilla performs his sarcastic standup in Spanish at Balboa Theatre. 

Join the spirited three-day Polish Festival at St. Maximilian Kolbe Roman Catholic Polish Mission in Pacific Beach for traditional music, dance, food, and beer. 

Country star Dierks Bentley stops at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre on his Mountain High Tour. 

 

October 13:

Enjoy An Evening of Classic Lily Tomlin as the actress and comedienne performs her timeless characters at Balboa Theatre. 

Come hungry to the Taste of North Park self-guided foodie tour, where more than 50 restaurants will serve up bites, paired with pours from 15 local craft breweries. 

Train like a marine in the Bootcamp Challenge obstacle course at Marine Corps Recruit Depot. 

More than 50 artists from the US and South America will showcase their work for an inaugural two-day Latin American Art Fair at Bread & Salt. 

 

October 14:

San Diego Dance Theater presents Installation Dances, a walking tour of the Liberty Station Arts District to see site-specific performances making creative use of new public art. 

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