Friday | 26
Super Girl Surf Pro
The world’s largest female surfing event returns for its 13th year. Featuring more than 100 pros, it’s the only all-women’s World Surf League qualifying event in the US. Since the 2020 Olympics are around the corner, you won’t want to miss seeing these surfers right in our backyard. The event includes free concerts by Radio Disney (with headliner Natasha Bedingfield debuting new music), an appearance by Bethany Hamilton, a festival village featuring e-sports gaming, female fitness challenges, a skateboarding competition, female DJs, a beer garden, and vendor giveaways. Expected to complete are returning champion Carissa Moore, Caroline Marks, Stephanie Gilmore, Lakey Peterson, Coco Ho, Alana Blanchard, Sage Erickson, and Tatiana Weston-Webb.
- Friday, July 26, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
401 N. Coast Highway,
Soto Six: Joe Henderson/Wayne Shorter Tribute
The Soto Six are a group of friends who share a passion for jazz. In July’s installment of their monthly Oceanside residency, the jazz sextet presents a tribute to jazz legends Joe Henderson and Wayne Shorter headed up by tenor sax symbol Dylan Soto. The band will include Josias Miguel (alto sax), Gabriel Aldaz (trombone), Tim Luey (piano), Bruce Grafrath (bass), and Joannah Sy (drums).
Saturday | 27
San Diego Fruit Festival
Fruit, music, and fashion come together. During the day you can attend lectures from fruit experts and enjoy live music and yoga while shopping at fruit-related vendors. At sunset, experience fruit, fire, and drums on the grass during a fruit carving ceremony. For nighttime, Deep House Runway takes over for fruit-inspired fashion shows including house music DJs, underground designers, and live artists.
On the eve of their deployment to Southeast Asia, three Marines set out for debauchery, partying, and maybe trouble. The men must compete in the Marine tradition of the “dogfight,” to see who can pick up the ugliest date.
Sunday | 28
Leopard shark snorkeling
Join aquarium naturalists to search for leopard sharks and local marine creatures off the La Jolla coast. (Leopard sharks pose almost no danger to humans.) Discover the abundant variety of animals that make their homes offshore along the sandy bottom and rocks. Intermediate swimming ability is required and previous snorkeling experience is recommended. Participants supply their own gear.