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Things to Do in San Diego: January 8-14

9 events you don't want to miss this week



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January 13: Niki de Saint Phalle: Mythical California

January 10:

Based on Jules Verne’s classic novel, Around the World in Eighty Days plays out at North Coast Repertory Theatre (through 2/4).
 

January 11:

The San Diego Symphony drums up a monthlong celebration of percussion during the third annual It’s About Time festival, with 25 events held across the county and a cross-cultural concert on the US-Mexico border January 27 (through 2/11).
 

January 11-13:

Watch emerging bands and artists trying to make it big during the Springboard West Music Festival in OB. 
 

January 13:

View colorful prints and larger-than-life sculptures when Niki de Saint Phalle’s exhibit Mythical California debuts at California Center for the Arts, Escondido (through 3/4).
 

January 13:

Celebrate diversity at the San Diego Multi-Cultural Festival, featuring live music, dance, and children’s activities at Ruocco Park.
 

January 13:

Sample from more than 150 craft beers at the San Diego Brew Festival, including food trucks and music, in Liberty Station.
 

January 13-14:

Plan your next vacation at the two-day Travel & Adventure Show at the San Diego Convention Center.
 

January 14-21:

Taste sustainable, local food at discounted prices at a number of San Diego restaurants during Farm to Fork Week
 

January 14:

Jam with country music group Wynonna & The Big Noise at California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

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