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Things to Do in San Diego: April 30-May 6

13 awesome events for foodies, beer drinkers, music lovers, philanthropists, and culture aficionados



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May 5: Rhythm & Brews Festival

May 3-6:

Catch performances from nearly 50 international artists during the four-day West Coast Weekender music festival at WorldBeat Cultural Center and The Lafayette Hotel.
 

May 4-6:

Come for Mexican food, stay for entertainment at the weekend-long Fiesta Old Town Cinco de Mayo celebration.
 

May 4:

Latin pop icon Luis Miguel stops by Mattress Firm Amphitheatre for his ¡México Por Siempre! tour.
 

May 4:

"May the fourth be with you" as Jedis take over Intergalactic Brewing Company in Mira Mesa for a May The Fourth Lightsaber Tournament, hosted by InterGalactiCon and San Diego Sabers.
 

May 5:

Live music and craft beer converge for the San Diego Brewers Guild’s Rhythm & Brews Festival in Vista Village.
 

May 5:

Take in the rich heritage of over a dozen countries during the Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego at Mira Mesa Senior Center.
 

May 5:

Spend One Amazing Night with opera stars Lise Lindstrom and Greer Grimsley in concert with the San Diego Symphony at Balboa Theatre.
 

May 5:

Help children experiencing homelessness build a better future at Father Joe’s Villages’ Children Charity Gala.
 

May 5:

Overindulge during the Tacos, Tequila, and Beer Festival at Liberty Station’s NTC Park.
 

May 5:

Support Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center’s educational and nutrition programs during its Seedling Soirée at their National City gardens.
 

May 5:

Don your derby finest at the Junior League of San Diego's 18th annual Food & Wine Festival, featuring local restaurants, wineries, and a live viewing of the Kentucky Derby. 
 

May 6:

Stroll the Carlsbad Village Faire for food, arts and crafts, antiques, and clothing from around the world.
 

May 6:

Support a good cause while indulging in baked goods from some of San Diego's top chefs during the Chef-Driven Bake Sale at Herb & Wood, benefiting Friendly Feast and Monarch School San Diego. 

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