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Things to Do in San Diego: June 5-11

Beat the June gloom this week with these 9 can't-miss events



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June 11: Stone Sour Fest

June 8:

Raise a glass to charity during Kettner Exchange's Negroni Week silent auction fundraiser, benefiting One More Wave.
 

June 9-10:

Beer, bands, and bivalves converge for the two-day San Diego Oysterfest at Embarcadero Marina Park North.
 

June 9-11:

Show your pride while viewing more than 40 movies over three days at FilmOut San Diego’s 19th annual LGBT Film Festival at The Observatory North Park.
 

June 9-11:

Shout “opa!” and join the three-day San Diego Greek Festival featuring traditional music, dance, food, and drink at St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church in Hillcrest.
 

June 10:

Try more than 100 award-winning domestic and Mexican wines during The Toast of the Coast Wine Festival & Competition at Del Mar Fairgrounds.
 

June 10-11:

Spend a weekend in Waterfront Park admiring the work of nearly 200 international artists featured in the San Diego Festival of the Arts.
 

June 11:

Prepare to pucker while sipping from more than 100 sour beers during Stone Sour Fest at the brewery’s Escondido location.
 

June 11:

The Old Globe kicks off its annual Shakespeare festival with King Richard II (through 7/15).
 

June 11:

Celebrate the release of Chef Richard Blais’s new cookbook, So Good, during the Books, Bubbles & Bites event at Juniper & Ivy.

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