Exciting Events February 13-19, 2018

    Finally, a long weekend awaits us and with President’s Day on Monday, we can take an extra day off this weekend to enjoy the many events around San Diego. In addition, you can celebrate Valentine’s Day with some romantic date ideas.

    San Diego Theatre Week

    san diego theatre week

    Welcoming back the third annual San Diego Theatre Week, over 30 San Diego performing arts organizations have come together to promote and collaborate. Theatre week is the perfect opportunity to discover new theatre companies and enjoy memorable performances. Theatres across San Diego are having special offers for present and future performances. Taking your date to a performance is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

    When: February 15 – February 25, 2018

    Where: Various Theatres Across San Diego

    Cost: Price & Discounts Vary

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    5th Annual San Diego Improv Festival

    san diego improv festival

    If you’re a fan of Whose Line is it Anyway? then this is the perfect show for you! The 5th Annual San Diego Improv Festival brings together the top talent from all over the country to perform and teach improv in San Diego! This four-day comedic experience is open to all ages and anyone who’s interested in comedy or performance.

    When: February 15 – February 18, 2018

    Where: 4250 Louisiana St. San Diego, CA 92104

    Cost: Varies By Event

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    5K Paw Walk in the Garden

    San Diego Botanic Garden Paw Walk 5k

    Dog Moms and Dads, here’s an event you can enjoy with your pups! The 5k Paw Walk in the Garden is an opportunity for you to take a walk with your pup through the San Diego Botanic Garden. The walk raises funds to support plants, animals, and people. Participants will be able to enjoy the beautiful plants in the Botanic Garden, shop for pet products, enjoy human food, and enjoy the company of fellow dog-lovers, dogs, and puppies.

    When: February 17, 2018 8:00am – 11:00am

    Where: San Diego Botanic Garden – 230 Quail Gardens Dr. Encinitas, CA 92024

    Cost: $14 – $32 for Individuals, $60 – $138 for Groups

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    Ritmos Latinos

    Ritmos Lantinos San Diego Ballet

    Visit the San Diego Ballet this weekend to witness Ritmos Latinos, a Latin-American influenced Ballet performance with live Latin Jazz Musicians written and performed by Gilbert Castellanos and composed by Agustin Lara. The performance will include three Latin American Sketches. Witness the combination of ballet with Latin styled music and dancing.

    When: February 16 – 18, 2018

    Where: Lyceum Theatre – 79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101

    Cost: $35 – $50

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    San Diego Tết Festival

    San Diego Tết Festival

    Welcome the year of the dog at Mira Mesa Community Recreation Park to enjoy music, rides, lion dancing, a beer garden, carnival rides, game booths, food vendors and more! There will also be an opening ceremony with city council members, officials, and the Mira Mesa mayor. In addition, there will be several contests and Lucky Red Envelope money giving for luck. Come out and enjoy this cultural event.

    When: February 16 – February 18, 2018

    Where: Mira Mesa Community Park – 8575 New Salem Street San Diego, CA 92126

    Cost: Free

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    Icons + Masters Anniversary Gala

    Icons + Masters Anniversary Gala

    Celebrate 130 years of Hotel del Coronado by attending the Icons + Masters Anniversary Gala. You will dress up in your best formal attire to experience a dinner collaboration from five of the country’s French Master Chefs, view an incredible gallery filled with images of iconic celebrities from photography John Russo, in addition, there will be entertainment from NRG Orchestra. Tickets are limited, act fast!

    When: February 17, 2018 7:00pm

    Where: Hotel Del Coronado – 1500 Orange Ave Coronado, CA 92118

    Cost: General Admission $250, VIP $450

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