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6 Free Things to Do in San Diego This Week: July 12-17

Sand and Sea Festival, Pride parade, residents free at Balboa Park and more admission-free events this week in San Diego



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July 12-13

Sand and Sea Festival

Head to Imperial Beach for sandcastle building, music, food and more family fun.

Portwood Pier Plaza

 

July 12

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Bring the family for a free movie screening in the park.

Ocean Air Community Park

 

July 13

San Diego Pride Parade

Join over 250,000 participants in celebrating the LGBTQ community during Pride weekend.

University Ave.

 

July 13-14

Over the Line Tournament

The 66th annual tournament returns for more competition and mischief, recommended for audiences 18 and up.

Fiesta Island

 

July 16

Heroes and Villains

Get hyped for Comic-Con with this free superhero-themed art show.

Basic

 

July 17

Residents Free Tuesday at Balboa Park

Enjoy free visits to the Japanese Friendship Garden, Museum of Man and San Diego Museum of Art—with a used book sale as added incentive to visit.

Balboa Park

 

Read about more things to do in San Diego this week.

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