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San Diego's Best Events in June

Exciting things come to the city this month!


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June 1:

They’re creepy and they’re kooky and they’re coming to the Civic Theatre. They’re The Addams Family, brought to you courtesy of Broadway/San Diego through June 3. $26.75 and up.

June 2:

Sunny Solana Beach lives up to its name at the free two-day Fiesta Del Sol street fair.

The Chula Vista Nature Center celebrates its creatures with fine cuisine and world-class wine at the Where the Wild Things Are: Food and Wine Classic.

June 3:

Run, walk or crawl your way through the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathonor cheer as runners pass through your ‘hood.

It’s not a bird, it’s a plane at the Wings Over Gillespie 17th annual air show in El Cajon.

June 5:

See Blessing of a Broken Heart as part of the 19th annual Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival. $18.

June 9:

Imaginations run wild at the two-day KidsFest creativity festival for families at NTC Promenade. $60 family four-pack.

Get your cultural fix at Mingei Fusion’s celebration for the senses, featuring food, drink, costumes, song, and dance. $85 and up.

June 10:

Dine your way through downtown at the two-day Taste of the Gaslamp.

Sip 2012’s award-winning wines—all in the name of charity—at the Wine and Roses event at Liberty Station. $65.

June 12:

For an “Out of this World” summer experience, head to the San Diego County Fair, which explores all things outer space through July 4. $13 for one-day admission; buy the special $24 “Best Pass Ever” for access all 24 days, from June 8–July 4.

June 15:

Wine, Cheese and Chocolate—need we say more? It’s the fifth annual festival at the Women’s Museum of California. $35.

June 16:

Tour historic homes and get inspired at South Park’s free Old House Fair.

Watch cool canines catch some serious waves at the Loews Coronado Surf Dog Competition. Free.

June 17:

Happy Father's Day! If your dad is too badass for golfing, treat him to a great meal and concert by The Long Run - the top Eagles tribute band - at Anthology

June 19:

Head to El Dorado Cocktail Lounge’s Summer Menu Release Party to drink like a hipster and try creations by San Diego’s top mixologists. No cover; $5 specialty cocktails and free appetizers.

June 20:

Taste of Little Italy is back with dozens of restaurants serving up everything from pizza to pasta, burgers to brownies. $35 and up.

Or help crown San Diego’s first Sausage King at the inaugural SausageFest culinary competition at LOUNGESix, where 12 chefs will compete for the title. $10.

June 21:

The longest day of the year means more time to eat, drink, and soak in the sunset and the scene at Del Mar’s Summer Solstice at Powerhouse Park. $50.

June 22:

No doubt you’ll be “Popular” among your friends if you score Wicked seats at this coveted musical, running through July 15. $42.50 and up.

June 23:

Seduce your sweetie with some sake and your California rolling skills at the Couples Sushi Class at Café Japengo. $60.

OBecians welcome thousands of visitors to their ‘hood for family-friendly fun at the free OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off.

June 23-24:

Score a goal at the Kickin’ It Challenge, a youth soccer tourney to benefit Susan G. Comen Race for the Cure.

June 24:

Award-winning art abounds on the UC San Diego campus at the two-day La Jolla Festival of the Arts. $10 and up.

Nibble your way through Normal Heights, University Heights, and Kensington on the Taste of Adams Avenue walking tour. $25 and up.

June 27:

Let your punk flag fly at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre when the Vans Warped Tour skates into town. $46.

June 28:

Three kampais for Japanese cuisine, culture, brews, and rice beverages at the Beer & Sake Festival at the San Diego Marriott Del Mar. $50 and up.

June 29:

It’s never too early to be patriotic, so kick off your Independence Day celebration with San Diego Symphony’s Star-Spangled Pops at the Embarcadero Marina Park South. $18 and up.

June 30:

Do as Simon Says, at Saltbox, where chef Simon Dolinky teaches monthly cooking demos with his favorite seasonal ingredients.

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