Things to Do: April 3-9
From food festivals to fancy cars — here are the best events in San Diego this week
April 8: The VinDiego Wine and Food Festival at Liberty Station
Vow to never grow up at the Broadway musical Finding Neverland, a story about the author of Peter Pan at the Civic Theatre.
Carnivores rejoice for Cucina Urbana’s quarterly family-style Beast Feast Dinner Series, with pork as this month’s protein selection.
Swing into baseball season at the Padres home opener game against the Giants at Petco Park.
Take a peek under the hood of hot rods and other classic cars during the 13th annual three-day La Jolla Concours d’Elegance auto show at Ellen Browning Scripps Park.
Admire artwork from well-known Japanese artists in Modern Japan: Prints from the Taisho Era (1912–1926) and Beyond exhibit at San Diego Museum of Art (through 8/13).
Sip on more than 300 types of wine during the VinDiego Wine and Food Festival at Liberty Station, with food from local restaurants and musical entertainment.
More than 100 craft beers are on tap at the San Diego Beer & Music Festival held at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier.
Stop and smell the bouquets during Coronado Flower Show’s two-day event featuring horticultural and floral competitions, lectures, exhibits, and plant sales, as well as a wine and beer garden and live entertainment in Spreckels Park.
Cyclists unite for the ninth annual Gran Fondo, or “Big Ride,” with four route options starting in Little Italy, and finishing with a pasta and beer party at Ruocco Park by Seaport Village.