Innovation Night is San Diego’s premiere networking event that brings together leaders from San Diego’s biotech, life sciences, high tech, clean tech, defense, telecommunications and associated industries for an extraordinary evening at La Jolla Playhouse – a leader in creating the most cutting-edge and innovative theatre for San Diego and beyond. The event supports the Playhouse’s new play development and education programs.
Join us on Saturday, June 3rd for the 14th annual Art Around Adams: Two Mile Art & Walk event presented by the 1 Million 4 Anna Foundation. This years event will not disappoint as we bring you an eclectic hand picked selection of art, music, and all sorts of fun outrageous performances. Art Around Adams has something for everyone and is a great family outing option.
The first of three Summer Festival Orchestra performances will feature internationally renowned violinist Yuval Yaron at 7 pm Sunday, June 4, at the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church. Yaron, a music professor at UC Santa Barbara (present) and Indiana University, will perform the Beethoven Violin Concerto.
This concert kicks off the new Summer Festival Orchestra concert series directed by Alyze Dreiling, Artistic Director and Conductor, and features masterworks by Beethoven, Mozart, and Haydn. Additional concert dates take place at St Bartholomew’s Church on June 25 featuring the Mozart Symphonie Concertante and July 16, presenting Bryan Verhoye with the Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4. Suggested donation of $15 per concert.
Neighborhood restaurants will open their doors for the foodie event of the summer, Taste of Little Italy Presented by U.S. Bank, in San Diego’s Little Italy from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Attendees can stroll the sidewalks of Little Italy enjoying live music on street corners and taste bites from dozens of popular restaurants in the area. Ticket holders will receive a Taste Passport mapping out a list of participating restaurants and their menu offerings including appetizers, entrees, desserts and beverages.
Experience the story of the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance and Uprising from the totally unique perspective of the 300 courageous young men and women who lived, loved and fought the Nazis.
Don’t miss this world premiere staged reading with live music followed by a conversation with playwright and director, Lee Sankowich, as well as a moving tribute to Holocaust Survivors and their families.
More than 40,000 race fans are expected to attend what’s defined as one of the most fabulous, fashionable and fun festivities in the west – Opening Day at Del Mar presented by Valenti International. This day is not only about big bets and fast horses, but celebrating the season in style. Fashion-minded guests may participate in Del Mar’s annual tradition, the Opening Day Hats Contest where entrants compete for cash prizes and judged on creativity and style.
Friday, July 21: Tribal Seeds Concert (concerts are free w/track admission ($6) for all fans who arrive before the last race, it’s $20 afterwards), Party in the Paddock 2-6 p.m. (every Friday, half off all signature drinks and two tall cans for $12)