Calendar of Events: September 2015
How to be busy and important this month in San Diego
Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales
Take in a museum and meal with the MOPA Thursday Night Dinner Series at the Museum of Photographic Arts and The Prado Restaurant.
Close out the San Diego Symphony’s Summer Pops season with a bang at the booming 1812 Tchaikovsky Spectacular.
Party like it’s 1994 with popular Del Mar Fairgrounds performers Weezer, wrapping up the 2015 concert season.
Put the hats away, it’s Closing Day. Party in the Paddock and bid farewell to the ponies—until next season.
Make your little princess’s day with Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales at the Valley View Casino Center.
Sample suds of 30 craft brewers at the Carlsbad Brewfest.
Have a boot-stomping good time at the Santee Bluegrass Festival.
Celebrate the harvest and Escondido’s history at the Grape Day Festival and Parade.
Tap into your classic rock roots and celebrate The Who “Hits 50!” on the band’s anniversary tour.
The San Diego Festival of Beer turns 21 at Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier.
Go acoustic with alt-rock powerhouse Chris Cornell, live on stage at the Balboa Theatre.
New music fest KAABOO takes over the Del Mar Fairgrounds with three days of big-name bands, from No Doubt and the Killers to Zac Brown Band and 311.
Walk the plank, matey, in honor of Landlubbers Day at Seaport Village, featuring a scavenger hunt, discounted “pirate’s booty,” and a pirate costume contest.
Feel the need—the need for speed at the Fleet Week Coronado Speed Festival.
Grab a beer and brat at Encinitas Oktoberfest.
Get your foodie fill on a prix-fixe budget as San Diego Restaurant Week returns.
Get fresh with visiting chef Bill Kim of Chicago at the Chef’s Catch Dinner Series at Ironside Fish & Oyster.
Giddyup to North County for eight seconds of Poway Rodeo action.
Listen up, millennials—Lil Jon has something clever to say at the Clever Talks “thinkers” conference at SDSU.
Celebrate the sea at the two-day Oceanside Harbor Days festival.
Hit the streets of Normal Heights and Kensington for the Adams Avenue Street Fair.
Salute the county’s fiercest females at the San Diego Magazine Woman of the Year Awards at MCASD La Jolla.
San Diego Opera takes culture to the community with its free Opera Exposed performances in unlikely places, this month at the Weingart/City Heights Library.
Roll out the red carpet for the kickoff of the San Diego Film Festival, five days of star-studded screenings, panels, and parties.