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5 Free Things To Do In San Diego This Week: September 19-23

Adams Avenue Street Fair, Seaport Sessions, Oceanside Harbor Days and more admission-free events



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Adams Avenue Street Fair

 

September 19

Seaport Sessions

This weekly series combines lectures and live music for an educational and entertaining evening out. 

Seaport Village

 

September 21-22

Adams Avenue Street Fair

The city's long-running free, outdoor music festival returns for its 38th year. See our picks for bands you should see while you're there.

Adams Avenue

 

September 21-22

Oceanside Harbor Days

Spend the weekend outside doing family friendly activities by the beach.

Oceanside Harbor

 

September 21-22

Pacific Islander Festival

Celebrate the culture of the islands with dancing, crafts food and more.

Mission Bay Ski Beach

 

September 23

Call of the Coven

Get the spooky fall season started with a witchy art show (and beer!)

Burning Beard Brewing

 

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