Things to Do: January 29–February 4
10 events you can't afford to miss this week
February 1: Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Smile like you mean it while watching rock band The Killers at Valley View Casino Center.
Renowned composer John Williams conducts the San Diego Symphony’s performance of his scores from famous film franchises like Star Wars, Harry Potter, and more at Copley Symphony Hall.
Get your fill of arts and culture during Macy’s Museum Month, providing half-off admission to more than 40 participating local museums.
Witness the power of cinema to support justice for all during the eight annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Museum of Photographic Arts
South African choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo takes the stage at Belly Up.
Stand-up comedian Steven Wright brings his deadpan humor to Balboa Theatre.
Actress, Broadway vet, and jazz chanteuse Kristin Chenoweth (Bewitched, The Peanuts Movie), performs songs from her first album at Music Box, presented by San Diego Symphony.
Chinese dance and music group Shen Yun performs its newest production, 5,000 Years of Civilization Reborn, for three days at Civic Theatre.
Expect some lively rants as comic Lewis Black comes to Balboa Theatre.
Head to Bread & Salt for A Vision of Global Unity, a charity art event supporting the fight against human trafficking.