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Saturday, June 27

Switchfoot BRO-AM

The 16th annual Switchfoot BRO-AM is going forward this year as a live stream concert featuring hometown band Switchfoot plus NEEDTOBREATHEJudah and the LionColony House, and The New Respects. Speakers will include Drew Shirley (Switchfoot guitarist), Chris Cote (World Surf League) and Rob Machado. The event raises money for youth programs with Feeding America, A Step Beyond, Challenged Athletes Foundation, Feeding San Diego, Monarch Schools, and Save the Music.

Live Stream tickets, $11

 

Sunday, June 28

BIPOC Arts & Music Block Party

Wear a mask and head to Normal Heights for live music, speakers, art vendors, and soul food in celebration of our city's Black and Brown cultures.

1-7 p.m. Ward Canyon Park, 3905 Adams Avenue

Ongoing

WOW Festival

La Jolla Playhouse’s annual WithOut Walls Festival goes digital! Among seven digital pieces, the most recent offering is Walks of Life. As you listen to the free piece available here, take a walk through your neighborhood imagining the lives of the people inside the homes.

Virtual San Diego County Fair

No tilt-o-whirl, but you can still enjoy many Fair traditions virtually: virtual photography exhibits, student shows, 4H and FFA auction (June 26-27), green thumb seminars, and even takeout fair food (Fridays and Saturdays in June at the Solana Gate).

Donate Food and Water to Unsheltered San Diegans

Provide food and water to more than 4,000 homeless San Diegans every day by donating to the Lucky Duck Foundation. Gwendolyn Sontheim and the Aqualia International Foundation, LTD, in partnership with the Lucky Duck Foundation, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department (SDSD), the Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH), and multiple outreach teams, have launched this program. Stay tuned for volunteer opportunities.

 

 

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