San Diego's Best Events in July
Exciting things come to the city this month!
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Fireworks over San Diego Bay
Last chance to get your fill of “Out of this World” food at the San Diego County Fair, at the Del Mar Fairgrounds through July 4. $13.
Best bet for fireworks: find a spot on the Embarcadero and look left, right, and straight ahead to get a glimpse of shows from the Big Bay Boom to Coronado and Imperial Beach to the south and Ocean Beach and La Jolla Cove to the north.
The Prado Restaurant in Balboa Park piggybacks on MOPA’s West Coast debut of The Jazz Loft Project photography exhibition with a Thursday night three-course dinner series featuring jazz-inspired menu selections, a bottle of wine, and two tickets to the exhibit. $79.95 per couple.
In need of a little exercise inspiration? Head to the three-day IDEA World Fitness Convention and surround yourself with 6,000-plus fitness professionals, getting pumped about the latest trends.
Once you experience the midnight roar of a nearby lion at the Safari Park’s unique Roar and Snore overnight campout, your partner’s snoring will seem like child’s play. $182 and up.
Tacos, tortas, and tamales, oh my! Let your inner glutton indulge on budget-friendly eats at the Old Town Grub Sprawl. $5 per sample.
It may sound sloppy, but the Beer Cans Summer Series is all about skilled, competitive sailing, seen every Wednesday throughout the summer from viewpoints along Harbor Island.
Get to Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens early enough to grab a seat for its free outdoor movies, every Wednesday night through August 29.
You know it’s time for Comic-Con when you see more superheroes than stilettos on the streets of downtown.
Motown is alive and well as The Temptations take to the San Diego Symphony Summer Pops stage for two nights at the Embarcadero Marina Park South. $18 and up.
South Park’s feelin’ groovy at its Summer of Love walkabout and Beech Street BBQ.
Get fancy in French foodie style at the Westgate Hotel’s Bastille Day four-course wine pairing dinner. $59.
It’s obscene, outrageous, and totally Over the Line: two weekends of sport and shenanigans on Fiesta Island.