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Things to Do in San Diego: July 24-30

From surfing pups to a beachside clambake—here are 9 events you don't want to miss this week



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July 29: The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego's Pop Factory

July 24:

Spend An Evening with Andy Weir, author of The Martian, at the Fleet Science Center.
 

July 25-30:

Sing along to hit musical comedy The Book of Mormon at San Diego Civic Theatre.
 

July 26:

Eat, drink, and be merry during the Feast food festival at Old Mission San Luis Rey in Oceanside, benefiting community-based nonprofits.
 

July 27:

You’ll hope the concert lasts all night long as Lionel Richie takes the stage with special guest Mariah Carey at Viejas Arena.
 

July 28:

Enjoy a California Clambake on the beach at Hotel del Coronado, followed by a screening of Finding Dory.
 

July 29:

While the La Jolla location is expanding, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego will host its annual Monte Carlo benefit gala, Pop Factory, at their downtown site.
 

July 29:

Let your furry friend catch a wave during the annual Surf Dog Competition in Imperial Beach. The event also includes a beer garden and food trucks.
 

July 29:

Celebrate summer at Milagro Winery's Crawfish Boil, featuring a southern-inspired menu cooked up by Whisknladle Chef Ryan Johnston.
 

July 29:

Sip on rosé all day, or at least all afternoon, at Cucina Enoteca Del Mar's Summer in Pink Party.

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