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Things to Do in San Diego: September 18-24

Here are 8 local events you absolutely don't want to miss this week



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September 22-24: MCAS Miramar Air Show

September 22:

Savor the culinary creations of more than 25 local “cheftestants” during Chef Throwdown at Hotel del Coronado, including a food competition, silent auction, seated dinner, and after-party, benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
 

September 22:

Say cheers for the 23rd annual San Diego Festival of Beer, featuring nearly 60 breweries and live music on Broadway Pier.
 

September 22-24:

Look to the skies during the three-day MCAS Miramar Air Show for flight demonstrations from the Army’s Golden Knights and the Navy’s Blue Angels and Leap Frogs, along with many others.
 

September 22:

Tell friends you’re going “with or without you” to see U2 perform live at Qualcomm Stadium.
 

September 23:

Go into the wild for the San Diego Zoo Food, Wine & Brew Celebration, featuring 160 food and beverage vendors, live entertainment, and—of course—animals.
 

September 23-24:

Celebrate indigenous people of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia during the weekend Pacific Islander Festival at Ski Beach in Mission Bay.
 

September 23:

Feel good vibrations as The Beach Boys take the stage at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay.
 

September 24:

Dine at new eateries or visit old favorites without breaking the bank during San Diego Restaurant Week, when more than 180 restaurants offer discounted prix fixe dinner and lunch menus (through 10/1).

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