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Things to Do in San Diego: November 27-December 3

Kick off the last month of 2017 with these 15 can't-miss events



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December 3: 'A Merry-Achi Christmas'

November 28:

Take a visit to Paradise City with Guns N’ Roses as they perform live at Valley View Casino Center.
 

November 30:

Spread holiday cheer at the Luminaria community tree-lighting event in South Park.
 

November 30:

Get inspired to protect our coastline when the international Save the Waves Film Festival and fundraiser tours to Bird’s Surf Shed.
 

December 1-2:

Join the crowd at Balboa Park’s 40th annual December Nights holiday festival, which attracts more than 350,000 people over two days.
 

December 1:

Secure your spot at Coronado’s Annual Holiday Parade and Open House along Orange Avenue.
 

December 2:

Wish your neighbors a buon natale during the Little Italy Tree Lighting & Christmas Village, including a tower of more than 1,100 poinsettias and a 20-foot fir.
 

December 2:

Bring your aloha spirit to Island Food and Beer Festival San Diego at Waterfront Park.
 

December 2:

Sip, shop, and stroll the neighborhood during South Park’s Holiday Walkabout.
 

December 2:

Line the streets of University Avenue for the North Park Toyland Parade & Festival.
 

December 2-30:

Wend your way through the Garden of Lights illuminating San Diego Botanic Garden while enjoying holiday activities for the whole family.
 

December 3:

It’s a battle for the best spoonful when over 40 restaurants compete in the SoNo Fest and Chili Cook-Off at North Park’s intersection of 32nd and Thorn Streets.
 

December 3:

Shop for handmade and vintage gifts from 150 vendors at the Local Holiday Bazaar at Corky McMillin Event Center in Liberty Station.
 

December 3:

Mariachi Sol de Mexico brings its 13-piece ensemble to Balboa Theatre for A Merry-Achi Christmas.
 

December 3:

It’s a celebration in the cove at the La Jolla Christmas Parade & Holiday Festival.
 

December 3:

Watch the timeless movie It’s a Wonderful Life in Concert, accompanied by San Diego Symphony at Copley Symphony Hall.

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