Things to Do in San Diego: October 16-22
Food, music, beer, art, sailing, and dogs—this week's list of top events has something for everyone
October 22: Stone Craft Beer & Cheese: The Ultimate Pairing Festival
Join the Berry Good Food Foundation and Chef Jason Gethin at Farmer & the Seahorse for a four-course Berry Good Dinner.
John Steinbeck’s timeless novella-turned-play Of Mice and Men hits the stage at North Coast Repertory Theatre (through 11/12).
Get "Ready to start" as Canadian indie rockers Arcade Fire bring their Infinite Content tour to Viejas Arena.
The GI Film Festival San Diego, showing movies for, by, and about military service members and veterans, is five days of screenings at venues across the county (through 10/22).
World-class sailors will make waves with catamarans in the bay off Harbor Island during the four-day Extreme Sailing Series.
Enjoy four days of "immersive and eclectic theatre for adventurous art lovers, thrill seekers and families," during La Jolla Playhouse's WOW (Without Walls) Festival.
Party with fellow Parrotheads as Jimmy Buffet performs live at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre.
Admire San Diego Museum of Art’s new exhibit Modern Masters from Latin America: The Pérez Simón Collection (through March 2018).
Check out various businesses at the Bankers Hill Fall Festival open house event, showcasing the neighborhood’s restaurants, fitness studios, art galleries, and more.
Craft beer and punk festival Ye Scallywag returns to Waterfront Park for its second year, featuring headliners Pennywise, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Vandals, and more.
Indulge in two treats at once during Stone Craft Beer & Cheese: The Ultimate Pairing Festival at their Liberty Station location.
Turn up the heat with Latin beats from Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull when the duo performs in concert at Valley View Casino Center.
Bring your pets aboard the Hornblower for the ninth annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise, benefiting the Helen Woodward Animal Center.
Head south for the first annual Valle Wine & Food Festival, hosted at Finca Altozano in the heart of Baja's Valle de Guadalupe.