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Calendar of Events: July 2015

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego


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San Diego County Fair

July 1:

Spend an evening revisiting the Cole Porter classic, Kiss Me, Kate, at the Old Globe, now through August 2.

Go back to nature with theNat on a Blue Whale Watching excursion, held daily throughout the summer.

July 3:

Celebrate the red, white, and blue with three days of patriotic symphony performances at Star-Spangled Pops at the Embarcadero.

July 4:

From the Big Bay to Oceanside, Rancho Santa Fe to Ramona, the county celebrates Independence Day with festivals and fireworks displays. (Psst: Comedian Dana Carvey headlines the San Diego County Fair show.)

July 5:

Get your final fried fair food fix as the San Diego County Fair comes to a close. On this day: catch World Pro Wrestling in the Paddock Green.

July 6:

Spreckels Organ Pavilion presents free concerts Monday nights during the Centennial International Summer Organ Festival, now through July 27

July 8:

Grab your cape and crusade to the Gaslamp. Comic–Con International brings on the masked madness, now through July 12.

July 9: 

Screaming tweens descend on Qualcomm Stadium for the One Direction concert tour.

July 10:

Go country with Lady Antebellum at Sleep Train Amphitheatre.

Belly up for two days of back-to-back laughs as Comedy Central mainstay Chris Hardwick presents The Funcomfortable Tour followed by his Nerdist Podcast Live at the Balboa Theatre.

Pack a picnic for free flicks under the stars at Santee Movies by the Lake, every other Saturday this summer.

July 11:

Live long and prosper with music-loving Trekkies at a special Summer Pops event, featuring the score from Star Trek: Into Darkness performed live at the Embarcadero.

Batter up for a boozy sporting tradition at the 62nd annual World Championship Over the Line tourney on Fiesta Island.

July 16:

Don your crazy hat and get ready to party with the ponies: It’s Opening Day at Del Mar.

Get social with the downtown arts scene at MCASD’s TNT.

July 17:

Salsa under the Stars to live music monthly in the courtyard at The Headquarters at Seaport Village.

Celebrate diversity with three days of LGBT Pride festivities, including a rally, parade, block party, and music festival in Balboa Park.

July 18:

Join Rubio’s and I Love a Clean San Diego for a day of food, music, and giving back at the CoastFest beach cleanup and festival in O’side.

Honor the “Mother of all California Missions” at the Festival of the Bells weekend celebration at Mission San Diego de Alcalá.

July 24:

At the Museum of Contemporary Art, the catwalk meets cinema during the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival.

July 25:

Pair a live band with a local craft beer at Local Ales and Acoustics at Herringbone in La Jolla.

July 27:

Screen a classic movie on the sculpture garden green at San Diego Museum of Art’s Film in the Garden series.

July 31:

Shop ’til you drop at the Latin American Festival and Maya Ortiz Pottery Market at Bazaar Del Mundo.

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