Things To Do In San Diego This Week
Hanohano Huki Ocean Challenge, Farmer's Insurance Open, Tet Festival, Chinese New Year festival, and more things to do in San Diego this week.
Discover the magic, with stunts, skating, acrobatics and more.
Pechanga Arena, 7 p.m.; $17-82 (through January 26).
Watch top names in professional golf compete for millions as the four-day tournament returns to Torrey Pines.
Torrey Pines Golf Course, 9 a.m.; $60 (through January 26).
A story of unlicensed cab drivers in 1970s Pittsburgh who fight to save their business in a gentrifying neighborhood. The show’s run kicks off with In Conversation with actor/director Ruben-Santiago Hudson.
The Old Globe; $30-94 (through February 23).
The 2016 Tony Award winner for Best Play explores a spiritual rift at the heart of a modern American family.
Lyceum Theatre, 8 p.m.; $22-55 (through February 2).
This Irish love story follows an older couple retracing their steps to rediscover their younger selves.
North Coast Repertory Theatre, 8 p.m.; $41-46 (through February 2).
The work of two celebrated Latin American photographers appears in this new exhibit.
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (through March 15).
MoPA’s newest exhibit is all about crystallizing the moments within movement.
Museum of Photographic Arts (through January 2021).
Admire paintings of bunnies, butterflies, and tropical birds.
Madison Gallery, Free (through March 20).
Expect lion dances, fashion shows, and traditional Vietnamese music during the three-day festival.
Mira Mesa Community Park, 5 p.m.; Free (through January 26).
Travel back in time to ancient China with the dance and music company.
Civic Theatre, 7:30 p.m.; $81-206 (through January 26).
Cinema Under the Stars, 8 p.m.; $17-20.
Raise a glass to another year for the local craft brewery.
Pure Project Miramar, 1 p.m.; $25.
Celebrate the Year of the Rat during the two-day event.
Balboa Park’s International Cottages, 11:30 a.m.; Free.
Ring in the Year of the Rat with a 10-course dinner at the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum’s dinner, including traditional entertainment and a live auction.
San Diego Chinese Historical Museum, 5:30 p.m.; $125.
Paddle it out—on a canoe, kayak, surf ski, stand-up paddleboard, and other vessels.
Mission Bay, 7:30 a.m.; Free for spectators.
Catch the legendary psychedelic rock band from Mexico. Read more about the group in this week’s edition of The Setlist.
Soda Bar, 8:30 p.m.; $15.
Help the San Diego Audubon restore the California Least Tern habitat by removing weeds and repairing fencing.
Stony Point, Fiesta Island, 9:30 a.m.; Free.
The final night in The Casbah’s Redwoods Residency features The Midnight Pine, who’ll deliver their enchanting, ethereal folk and Americana.
Casbah, 8:30 p.m.; $5.
The absurdist comedy duo comes to San Diego. Be prepared for zaniness. (“It’s free real estate!”)
Balboa Theatre, 8 p.m.; $42-59.
The legendary songwriter and record producer stops by Escondido with his wife and special guest Katharine McPhee.
California Center for the Arts, 7:30 p.m.; $40-80.
Spend an evening hearing the soulful sounds of Gullah music from this South Carolina-based outfit.
Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m.; $46-60.
A Super Bowl-themed teen cooking challenge for teens.
Coronado Public Library, 2:30 p.m.; Free.
The metal-themed vegan restaurant is holding special events all weekend for its anniversary, including new merch releases, donut collaborations and more.
Kindred; menu prices vary (through January 19).
Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art and SDSU Downtown Gallery for free, with food and drink specials at nearby Stone Company Store and AAHARN.
MCASD Downtown/SDSU Downtown Gallery, 6 p.m.; Free.
San Diego Junior Theatre takes on the classic Shakespeare play. Read our review of the play.
Casa del Prado Theatre, 7 p.m.; $14-16 (through January 19).
Watch Jordan Peele’s acclaimed horror film in a cozy outdoor setting (make sure to grab a blanket!).
Cinema Under the Stars, 8 p.m.; $17-20 (through January 18).
The long-running band performs a benefit concert in support of the nonprofit Doors of Change.
Spreckels Theatre, 8 p.m.; $69.
Make your voice heard!
Kicks off at Waterfront Park, 10 a.m.; Free.
Stand up for civil rights at the annual parade.
Harbor Drive, 2 p.m.; Free.
Dine out for eight days during this annual event, when foodies can score special deals at more than 180 participating restaurants. Read about some of our picks here.
Various restaurants (through January 26).
The Redwoods Music takeover of the Casbah on Monday nights continues.
Casbah, 7:30 p.m.; $5.
Honor the civil rights hero’s legacy with a celebration of diversity, including food and entertainment.
WorldBeat Cultural Center, noon; Free.
If Dry January isn’t in your plans, enjoy five different cheeses, paired with tasty brews.
Thorn Brewing (Mission Hills), 6 p.m.; $40.
This show tells the dramatic story of an American college basketball team traveling to Beijing for an exhibition game in 1989. The playwright, Lauren Yee, is a UC San Diego alum; our theater critic called her most recent work, Cambodian Rock Band, one of the best plays he saw in 2019, so this one’s at the top of our list for the new year.
Cygnet Theater, 7:30 p.m.; $40 (through February 16).