An evening of music celebrating the female voices of the musicals made in the 1930’s and the 1940’s. Hollywood’s galaxy of great female voices included Ginger Rogers, Jeanette McDonald, Doris Day, the Andrew Sisters, Lena Horne and the legendary Judy Garland.
This free all ages event draws over 100,000 people from across San Diego for three days of fun, music, delectable food, and of course – plenty of German beer! This year’s lineup is jam-packed with plenty of live music across two stages that are sure to get you inspired to bust out your best chicken dance.
The Road Ahead is a collaborative art exhibition featuring artists with developmental disabilities from eight centers across the United States. The exhibit will stay at Sophie’s Gallery through October 28.
Festival highlights include instrument design, story recording, soil play, cooking
workshops, local lulav making, live music, farm talks and tours, and more. Fresh, hand-
picked produce will be available at the Farm Stand, and local vendors will provide tasty
food and snacks.An ambrosia garden will offer local mead, beer, and kombucha (open
to ages 21 and up).
Spend a day getting to know one of the world’s most dynamic innovation hubs.
Attend a one-day technology showcase
Discover breakthrough inventions
Explore commercial collaborations
In celebration of Dia de los Muertos and Halloween, this party will feature spooky good libations, art-making activities, and musical experiences. Come in costume or just as you are, and bring a friend to get a scary good discount on tickets. This much-loved event sells out quickly—so buy tickets well in advance. Must be 21+ to attend.
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Carl Bernstein delivers a thoughtful, hard-hitting, and bitingly humorous analysis of today’s political landscape with a focus on US presidents from Nixon to Clinton, and everyone in between.