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Things To Do This Weekend: Feb 3-5, 2017

Posted by: kateg 3 years, 5 months ago


Looking for something to fill this Super weekend other than football? Check out some of these great San Diego Events! 

All Weekend, February 3-5!

Come celebrate the Lunar New Year at this family-friendly festival!

Festivities begin Friday, 5-10pm

Saturday & Sunday 10am-10pm

Qualcomm Stadium

9449 Friars Road

San Diego, CA 92108

The popular Lunar New Year ‘Tet’ Festival returns to Qualcomm Stadium for three days, bringing live music, entertainment, games, and lots of food, all to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which marks the arrival of spring based on the Lunar Calendar.

Tickets: $6 Adult, $4 Child, Ride Packages $10 & $20

For more information, visit the Lunar New Year Festival’s website by clicking here.


Celebrate food, culture, knowledge, and community at the third annual San Diego Fermentation Festival, showcasing Southern California’s food and brews, at Waterfront Park.


February 4, 2017



Waterfront Park San Diego

1600 Pacific Highway

San Diego, CA 92101


Soak in some wintery sunshine and enjoy the beautiful views from the Waterfront Park at this family-friendly outdoor festival. The festival includes a Makers Marketplace, which has local and regional artisanal foodmakers and brewers. Additionally, there will be workshops and presentations throughout the day by fermentation experts explaining how and why to eat and make fermented foods and drinks. Plus, more activities, live music and entertainment throughout the day.

General admission costs $26.87; admission to the Ambrosia garden costs $41.36 and includes 10 taster beers, ciders and mead. 


Looking for something to kick-off your Super Bowl Sunday?

Stone Calm Before the Storm

February 5, 2017 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens

1999 Citracado Parkway

Escondido, CA 92029


Join Stone Brewing for their Super Sunday Cellar-bration. For this event, stone will be pulling out the rarest beers from their cellar and shutting down their restaurant and 1-acre gardens to create the perfect rare beer experience. On top of sampling beers, there will be seven courses expertly paired with the finest Stone beers. This is a 21+ event.

Tickets (including fees): $68.27 full experience, $42.39 for your DD  

Check out the full menu and purchase tickets here!

Not watching the game? Super Bowl Sunday might just be the best thing to ever happen to you. Why? Virtually every place outside of the bars will be flat-out empty. Here’s where to go while your pals cheer on the Patriots vs. Falcons.


Try a hike!

Psst… the outdoors are calling. If the idea of sitting inside watching a bunch of grown men fight over a ball makes you snore, Super Bowl Sunday is the ideal day to tackle on of San Diego’s many jaw-dropping hikes. From Torrey Pines to Cowles Mountain, there are plenty of places to soak up some of Mother Nature’s finest views.

Take a look at this guide for some of the best hikes in San Diego, or this one from some equally great hikes.

  All February Long!

  Museums, Museums, Museums! 

February 1-28, 2017

 Arts, entertainment and culture collide for Macy’s Museum Month in San Diego. This February, the San Diego Museum Council and Macy’s have teamed up again for Museum Month, giving patrons a chance to discover what’s new at more than 40 area museums with savings only seen once a year.

Participants can pick up a Museum Month Pass at any area Macy’s store to enjoy half-off admission to all of the participating museums through the entire month of February.

Passes will be available beginning February 1 at all San Diego, Temecula and Imperial Valley Macy’s. Find the store nearest you.

Guests with a pass can bring up to three people to participating museums to receive half-off admission for the entire party. Additional fees may apply for special exhibitions.

Remember to keep your pass all month long and explore a few new museums!

For more information click here!



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