Things to Do: February 27-March 5
17 events you absolutely don't want to miss in San Diego this week
March 5: San Diego Magazine’s Brunch Bash
Join the Marine Corps Jazz Orchestra with trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos for a free all ages show at SDSU.
It’s a Fat Tuesday good time, San Diego style, at the Gaslamp Quarter Mardi Gras Masquerade Parade & Celebration.
Stop and smell the Ranunculus while they’re in bloom, covering nearly 50 acres of The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch (through 5/14).
You can go your own way, but don’t miss reigning rock ’n’ roll queen Stevie Nicks at Viejas Arena.
Artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s massive Madame Curie installation will be the inspiration as the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Downtown kicks off its new Exit Party event series, offering new ways to interact with art, live performance art, and custom cocktails.
Let the spirit of aloha move you when the Masters of Hawaiian Music take the stage at California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
The San Diego Symphony plays iconic concertos alongside Grammy Award–winning violinist Augustin Hadelich in Shostakovich and Beethoven.
The two-day CRSSD Festival brings big names in electronic dance music to three stages at Waterfront Park.
Support the UC San Diego Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center’s fight against heart disease during the Heart of San Diego Gala at Park Hyatt Aviara.
Escape to Neverland as the California Ballet Company performs Peter Pan for one weekend at the San Diego Civic Theatre.
Take in the awe-inspiring street performers who will swallow swords, breathe fire, and juggle props during the two-day Seaport Village Busker Festival.
Eat, drink, and dance the night away during the Black & White Ball at Manchester Grand Hyatt, benefiting Casa de Amparo.
Get a new, edgy haircut and support the funding of research for childhood cancer during the St. Baldrick’s Foundation's 9th Annual Shave-A-Thon.
Plan your next vacation at the Travel & Adventure Show, where exhibitors offer exclusive deals and insider tips during the weekend trade expo at the convention center.
Rise and shine with bloody marys, unlimited eats, and hot coffee at San Diego Magazine’s Brunch Bash at Estancia La Jolla.
You’ll be sure to “have a nice day” while rocking to Bon Jovi at Viejas Arena as part of the band’s This House Is Not For Sale tour.
The Family Winemakers of California tasting event brings 500 wines from more than 125 wineries to the Del Mar Fairgrounds.