Festivals everywhere — OB, Adams Ave., Mission Valley, and Palomar Mountain

Switchfoot, La Jolla murals, Island fest, Summer film fest, chili cook-off, and summer solstice celebration

OB Fair
  • OB Fair

Soko Cannabis Ball

Soko Cannabis Ball

Past Event

SoKo Cannabis Ball

Thursday | 22

SOKO CANNABIS BALL

Celebrating the launch of San Diego online vendor SoKo Cannabis Creations with a runway fashion show by Alexandra Marie, B.FFRENCH, and SoKo, a cannabis mixer with Southern California businesses, and music by DJ Mancat. Cannabis products will not be sold or sampled. SoKo Cannabis is a brand and lifestyle manufacturing company that wholesales cannabis health and wellness products and hemp-based clothing.

Past Event

SD Fringe Festival: San Diego Follies

  • Thursday, June 22, 2017, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Lincoln High School, 4777 Imperial Avenue, San Diego
  • $25 - $40

SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL

The fifth season begins on June 22 and runs through July 2. In between there will be at least 100 entries at 17 venues, including theater, dance, performance art, and monologues from San Diego and around the world. You’ll never get to all of them!

OB Fair

OB Fair

Past Event

OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Ocean Beach Pier, 5091 Niagara Avenue, San Diego
  • Free

Saturday | 24

O.B. STREET FAIR AND CHILI COOK-OFF

Join 70,000 of your neighbors for an oceanfront chili cook-off, five stages of continuous music and entertainment, a community mural project, Artists’ Alley, carnival rides and games, food and vendor booths, and a beachside beer garden. The Hodad’s burger-eating competition is your chance to get on the Hodad’s Wall of Fame. The chili competition features more than two dozen tastings from amateur and restaurant entrants competing for the titles of Hottest Chili, Judges’ Award, and, the grand prize, People’s Choice Award. Tastings can be purchased for $2 per chili entry, or you can buy a master ticket to try every recipe for $20. Free trolley services run from the Knights of Columbus parking lot on Bacon Street between W. Point Loma Boulevard and Voltaire Street and the parking lot at the intersection of Sea World Drive and Pacific Coast Highway from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Switchfoot

Switchfoot

Past Event

Switchfoot BRO-AM

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Moonlight Beach, 200 B Street, Encinitas
  • Free

SWITCHFOOT BRO-AM

The 13th-annual event includes a surf contest, music performances, and a Nerf-surf jousting exposition between heats. This year they welcome back the Rob Machado Bro Junior Surf Contest. Open to youngsters ages 16 and under, the contest places a premium on the competitor who seems to be having the most fun. Kids sign up at the Solana Beach Surf Ride location, compete on one of Rob Machado’s boards, and then enjoy the day’s festivities. Music from Switchfoot, an acoustic set with Lifehouse, Adam Friedman, and Jamtown featuring Donavon Frankenreiter, G. Love, and Cisco Adler. Event raises funds for local youth organizations.

Past Event

Island Vibe Music Festival

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • SDCCU Stadium, 9449 Friars Road, San Diego
  • $40

ISLAND VIBE MUSIC FESTIVAL

The fourth-annual event features island reggae music, Polynesian dancers, island foods, and a vendor village. Global roots reggae band Katchafire headlines this year, “hailing from the mighty H-Town (Hamilton), New Zealand.” With the Māori Reggae band, Spawnbreezie, Kimie, Lea Love, and Kush County. Cultural dancing from Hiva Katoa and Tapou Samoa. A vendor village showcases Islander–inspired merchandise, art, and apparel. Food from the Islands includes Spam musubi and kalua pork. Blankets and lawn chairs welcome. Hosted by Prime Motivation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, plus Sycuan Casino, Tatau Brand, Selah Intl., Leilani’s Attic, Imagine Media, Garnish, and Kona Brewing.

Sol Fire

Sol Fire

Past Event

Sol Fire Revolution Music Fest

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017, noon to midnight
  • Harrison Serenity Ranch, 18187 Nate Harrison Road, Palomar Mountain
  • $70

SOL FIRE REVOLUTION

MUSIC FEST. This year’s two-day Summer Solstice Celebration on Palomar Mountain offers camping, vendors, and live music from Denver drum ’n’ space rockers Quantum Beings of the Miraculous. Described as “psychedelic sonic alchemists blending world fusion with cosmic jazz,” their stage act comes with belly dancers and a ’60s-style light show. With Mimi Zulu, the Brothers Burns (featuring Chill Clinton), Gaby & La Buena Onda, XIV, and many others. On Sunday there is a Sacred Sound Journey. All-ages and dog-friendly. This one seems “super casual.” Tickets are $70 (includes camping).

Little Italy Summer Film Festival

Little Italy Summer Film Festival

Little Italy Summer Film Festival

  • Amici Park, State Street and Date Street, Little Italy
  • $5

LITTLE ITALY SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL

Enjoy an Italian movie under the stars at the annual Little Italy Summer Film Festival every Saturday night of the summer at Amici Park outdoor amphitheater (corner of State and Date). With English subtitles. Bring your own picnic and snacks, but no alcoholic beverages or animals.

Taste of Adams Avenue

Taste of Adams Avenue

Past Event

Taste of Adams Avenue

  • Sunday, June 25, 2017, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Smitty's Service, 3441 Adams Avenue, San Diego
  • $35 - $40

Sunday | 25

TASTE OF ADAMS AVENUE

The 17th annual Taste of Adams offers a stroll by 45 restaurants, coffeehouses, breweries, pubs, wine bars, and eateries from University Heights through Normal Heights to Kensington. Food-lovers can access their favorite restaurants by foot, bike, or by free trolley service along Adams Avenue.

Murals of La Jolla

Murals of La Jolla

Past Event

Murals of La Jolla Walking Tour

Wednesday | 28

MURALS OF LA JOLLA

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library hosts walking tours of the murals of La Jolla on the last Wednesday of every month. Join fellow art enthusiasts and learn more about the inspiration and concept behind each image and the type of work the artists make beyond the murals on a tour led by project curator Lynda Forsha.

DEL SUR

Del Sur

2310 30th Street, South Park

“In a city where great-tasting Mexican food often comes out of a taco stand or off the back of a truck, it’s when I sit down and order food off a printed menu that I’m most often disappointed. In spite of the bottomless chips and salsa or well-stocked bar.” Reader eater Ian Anderson had been to South Park’s Del Sur before right after it opened, and he had some complaints. How is it six months later?

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