Thursday | 26
The Winter’s Tale
Shakespeare’s tale of Leontes, a delusional and paranoid king, who goes berzerk and tears his family apart. He sends his wife to prison and banishes his daughter. Sixteen years pass, giving events enough time for an ending about the power of forgiveness. Admission, thanks to a grant from the City of Coronado, is free (maximum of six tickets).
Friday | 27
Convention for Twitch.tv, a social video platform and community for gamers and creators, provides fans with a chance to meet with online communities in real life. Meet and greets with broadcasters and the brands that create video games, gaming stations, e-sports, streamer zone, expo floor, cosplay contest, hackathon, artist alley, dance party.
Saturday | 28
- Saturday, September 28, 2019, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
6350 College Grove Drive,
$1 - $40
Water Lantern Festival
Food trucks, games, activities, vendors, music and thousands of lanterns with letters and wishes set out on the water. Each ticket comes with a floating lantern, commemorative drawstring bag, marker, and wristband. The price covers the cost of collecting and removing the lanterns from the water following the event and cleaning up trash.
- Saturday, September 28, 2019, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
3867 Fourth Avenue,
Hillcrest Art Stumble
Self-guided tour and art scavenger hunt through the streets of Hillcrest, featuring artists and businesess who support the arts including: The Studio Door, Lashbar Hillcrest, Burger Lounge, Little Nap Cafe, Good Doggett Artworks, The Alchemist & The Artist, Kyle Walls Artwork, and Artist & Craftsman Supply. Participants start the evening at an artistan pop-up market and receive a stamp card to begin a journey through the neighborhood. The more places you stop, the more opportunity for discounts and gift items. Night to include happy hour pricing.
Sunday | 29
Peter Frampton and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening
Seventies guitar god Peter Frampton, who has spent over a half century as a working musician, says this will be his final tour, having been diagnosed with a degenerative muscular disease. John Bonham, son of the late Led Zeppelin drummer, is still cruising on the fumes of the 2007 one-off Led Zep reunion that found him temporarily replacing his dad behind the kit. The same double-bill plays SDSU’s Open Air Theater on October 2.