San Diego's Best Events in June
Things to do this month in San Diego
Normal Heights and Kensington celebrate 10 years of the 2-mile Art Around Adams music, art, and culture walk.
Athletes prove that the running spirit cannot be defeated at the San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon.
The Aventine in La Jolla gets crafty with its Art à la Carte pop-up art series.
Mumford and Sons bring their infectious tunes to Chula Vista for a not-to-miss jam session.
Stone Brewing Co. pairs craft beer and classic blockbusters at its popular Late Night Movies series, Wednesdays throughout the summer.
Calling all feta fans. Break out the baklava and get your Greek on at St. Spyridon’s three-day Greek Festival.
The Little Italy Mercato celebrates five years of freshness with chef demos and a ticketed celebration.
The San Diego County Fair 0pens its doors for 24 days of fun, games, and deep-fried everything.
It’s gluttony in the Gaslamp at the annual two-day Taste of event.
Still hungry? Head to East County for the Taste of La Mesa.
Del Mar Plaza invites locals to “shop, dine, and drink it all in” at its new 15th on 15th social event.
Four words for Father’s Day: Big Bite Bacon Fest. Celebrate dad and your shared love of pork products at the San Diego County Fair.
Score your kids some unforgettable court time at two Harlem Globetrotters Skills Clinics.
Local chefs compete to be the “Master of Meat” during the Sausage Fest at LoungeSix.
San Diego’s unbeatable summer sunset is set to music at the Green Flash Concert Series at Birch Aquarium at Scripps.
The Old Globe kicks off its annual Summer Shakespeare Festival with A Midsummer Night’s Dream under the stars in Balboa Park.
Art and culture lovers socialize in style at MCASD’s Summer Solstice Soiree.
Drinkers soak in unlimited samples of more than 300 beers at the San Diego International Beer Festival.
Cucina Urbana thinks pink at its Rosé Soiree wine party for a purpose, benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Furry seafarers hang 10 at the Loews Surf Dog Competition in Imperial Beach.
The two-day La Jolla Festival of the Arts brings hundreds of artists, a host of musicians, and a feast of food and drink to Warren Field at UCSD.
Bob Marley’s legend and legacy live on with sons Damian and Stephen, as they bring reggae to the Belly Up.
The San Diego Symphony’s Summer Pops concert series kicks off with the Tux ‘n’ Tennies Summer Bash featuring KC and the Sunshine Band.
The San Diego History Center gets in on the craft brew craze with its “Bottled & Kegged” exhibit, now including a History Happy Hour, this month featuring Amplified Ale Works.
Join the first annual TMI 5K for Independence walk/run at the Embarcadero with honorary chair Carol Lebeau, plus children's activities, food trucks, and more. Proceeds benefit children and adults living with developmental disabilities.