Things to Do in San Diego: May 7-13
14 awesome events you don't want to miss this week
May 12: SDCCU Festival of Arts in North Park
Nosh on knishes, kugels, and more during the San Diego Jewish Food Festival at Temple Adat Shalom.
Get stoked for the four-day San Diego Surf Film Festival at Misfit Gallery in La Jolla.
Zydeco and blues music, dance, and fresh crawfish overtake Spanish Landing Park for the four-day Gator by the Bay festival.
Sip on cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay from award-winning winery Cakebread Cellars paired with a gourmet five-course feast at La Valencia’s Monthly Wine Dinner Series.
Taste food from some of San Diego's finest restaurants at the 27th annual Mama's Day, supporting Mama's Kitchen's mission of providing meals to people affected by cancer, HIV, and other critical illnesses.
Head to the SDCCU Festival of Arts in North Park for interactive exhibits, street art, live music, and craft beer along nine blocks of University Avenue.
As a tribute to The Beatles’ 50th anniversary, Mark Morris Dance Group presents modern choreography in Pepperland at San Diego Civic Theatre.
Join San Diego Magazine—plus more than 400 fitness enthusiasts, top fitness studios and healthy brands from around the county—for Sweat San Diego, a day of short-session workouts and fresh eats at the Catamaran Resort Hotel & Spa.
Food serves as inspiration for the exhibit Imperial Conquests of the Palate (Shut Up & Eat) at basileIE Art Gallery (through 6/2).
Satisfy your sweet tooth at San Diego Botanic Garden’s Chocolate Festival.
Based on the best-selling novel, A Thousand Splendid Suns at The Old Globe follows stories of three generations of Afghan women and their extraordinary resilience (through 6/17).
Acoustic singer-songwriter Ben Harper takes the stage with harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite for a soulful performance at Belly Up (also 5/13, 15, and 16).
Get a taste of Spanish cuisine and culture during the Paella, Wine & Beer Festival at Embarcadero Marina Park South.