San Diego Events

San Diego EventsSan Diego Restaurant Week:
San Diego's restaurant week is an annual event that showcases the culinary skills of some of Southern California's most popular chefs. It takes place during the last two weeks of January at over 120 restaurants located in Mission Valley and the Old Town District.

Some of the most popular events that occur during this fun event include cooking contests, cooking demonstrations and food tastings. Be sure to visit the food tastings that take place in the Old Town District to sample some of San Diego's most popular locally grown produce.

San Diego County Fair:
The San Diego County Fair is an annual summer tradition that celebrates the arrival of summer's beauty and splendor. It takes places at the Del Mar County Fairground Complex each July.

Some of the fair's most popular attractions include carnival rides, a video game arcade and a large food court. Other popular attractions include a large beer garden and two modern pavilions that host several concerts each day.

Adams Avenue Street Fair:
This popular fair celebrates the musical talents of San Diego's most popular musicians. It takes place each September near several popular eateries located on Adams Avenue including the Belly Up Tavern and the Maui Sugar Mill.

Some of the fair's most popular attractions include a giant carnival, four beer gardens, a large food court and a large art market. These attractions offer visitors many ways to socialize before they attend one of the 90 concerts that are staged on Adams Avenue.

These concerts are famous for showcasing the talents of San Diego's most popular blues and jazz musicians. They are also famous for showcasing the talents of many legendary rock groups that got their start in San Diego. Be sure to attend one of the concerts that feature San Diego's newest rock groups to see why San Diego is one of the nation's most influential music hubs.

San Diego Film Festival:
The San Diego Film Festival is an annual festival hosted by the San Diego Film Foundation that showcases the talents of some of the world's most popular filmmakers. It takes place each September at several theaters located in downtown San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter.

Some of the festival's most popular attractions include seminars and workshops that teach visitors about how modern films are produced. Other popular attractions include lectures that introduce movie fans to some of the world's most innovative independent filmmakers.

These attractions are the perfect backdrop for the festival's movie screenings that introduce movie fans to many new comedies, documentaries and dramas. Be sure to attend the movie screenings that are staged during the festival's opening night gala to meet some of the world's most innovative filmmakers in person.