Things to Do in San Diego: September 25-October 1
Give summer a proper send-off with these 12 local events
September 30-October 1: Adams Avenue Street Fair
September 24-October 1:
Dine at new eateries or visit old favorites without breaking the bank during San Diego Restaurant Week, when more than 180 restaurants offer discounted prix fixe dinner and lunch menus (through 10/1).
Bid farewell to summer with a pig roast, coconut carving, and specialty cocktails at Rustic Root's Summer Send Off Luau.
The third annual 40 North Dance Film Festival showcases choreography, sound, and expert editing in cinema at various venues.
September 28-October 1:
View juried contemporary work from more than 500 artists at the ninth annual, four-day Art San Diego show at its new home, Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Experience different sides of Baja cuisine during the Westgate Hotel's Borderless Dine & Wine event, with proceeds going to support Cruz Roja Mexicana's earthquake relief efforts.
September 29-October 8:
Start your fall celebrations early during Liberty Public Market's 10-day CRAFToberfest, featuring German beers, traditional foods, games, and a pumpkin patch.
September 30-October 1:
Jam out at the free weekend Adams Avenue Street Fair, featuring more than 90 musical acts, arts and crafts, beer, food vendors, and carnival rides.
The Old Globe premieres The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, which explores one detective’s quest to find a missing teenager (through 10/29).
Shop for new home decor while snacking and sipping at the free weekend Art & Craft Show Old Town San Diego.
Electronic dance music takes over Waterfront Park for the weekend with more than 40 performances during CRSSD Festival.
Set a play date this month for Kids Free in October, an annual program providing children ages 12 and under free admission to more than 40 museums throughout the county.
Party for a good cause at the 14th annual Harvest for Hope fundraiser, benefiting the Emilio Nares Foundation and featuring dishes from 13 local restaurants, drinks, and auction items at the Central Library.