San Diego Getaway
JAN | FEB
| MAR | APR |
JUL | AUG
| SEP | OCT
| NOV | DEC
San Diego Padres baseball . (March-Sept)
Runs or buns? No matter. It's Trevor Time! Hop on the trolley and head to the Q.
Stop for a pre-game warm-up at Hazard Center (Trophy's) or Fenton Parkway (Oggi's Pizza),
just a few stops west of Qualcomm Stadium
Del Mar Racing Season (July -Sept)
Bet on the ponies with your best retro gang. Get a table for a taste of the swank
or get in the GA pit with the rest of us. (858) 755-1141, Information Line
Old Globe Festival Season (June - Oct)
Spend a romantic evening at the Globe Theatres during its Festival season,
June through October. Don't miss the opportunity to see a Globe production
alfresco. The plays will run in nightly rotation in the outdoor Lowell
Davies Festival Theatre.
Summer Pops at Navy Pier (July-Sept)
Cruise on down to the Navy Pier for an evening of music and fireworks. Bring
a pre-concert picnic and hit the bleacher seats for the concert, or get
table seats and let someone else do the work.
Annual California Indian Days Celebration (Early Sept)
Features American Indian arts and crafts, food, singers and dancers with an
emphasis on California Indians'culture. Free, 10am-6pm, Balboa Park, corner
of Park Blvd and President's Way.
Annual San Diego Quilt Show 2007 (Early Sept)
Special events, including Quilt Fashion Show, exhibits, lectures. Friday &
Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday: 10am-4pm. San diego Convention Center.
619-443-2706 or 619-525-5000
Barona Pow Wow (Early Sept)
Food, Indian dancing, arts and crafts. Free event. Barona community Center,
Barona Indian Reservation, off Wildcat Canyon Rd, Lakeside.
Fleet Week 2007 (Sept 9 - Oct 7)
San Diego's tribute to the Military presents many events for Fleet Week.
Please check in advance for complete dates and schedule at
Thunderboat Regatta (Hydroplane Races) (Sep 14 - Sept 16)
Features Thunderboats (world's fastest boats), hydroplanes, tunnel hulls,
unlimited lights, drag boats and other racing classes. Specialty vendors,
food and entertainment. Mission Bay, gates open 7am, races 8am-5pm.
Fireworks following races.
Traditional Gathering and Annual Pow-Wow (Mid Sept)
The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation's traditional gathering features Indian
song, dance, arts, crafts, food. Free admission. Fri 7pm-12 midnight, Sat:
12noon-12midnight, Sun: 12noon-6pm. Sycuan Indian Reservation, Dehesa Rd,
Annual Greek Festival (Mid Sept)
Entertainment, Greek food and pastries, Greek music and dancing, crafts,
children's games. church tours conducted daily at 1pm & 4pm. Saints Constantine
and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, 3459 Manchester Ave, Cardiff. Sat: 11am-10pm,
Oceanside Harbor Days (Mid Sept)
Features aquatic events, food, trade booths, arts and crafts, an art walk area
and entertainment. Oceanside Harbor, Harbor Drive, 9am-6pm.
Annual San Diego Film Festival (Mid Sept)
The San Diego Film Festival is proud to announce its annual celebration of film.
Features Q&A sessions with the directors, workshops and panel discussions, guest
appearances by film and video artists and more. Location: Gaslamp Quarter,
downtown San Diego.
San Diego Music Awards (mid Sept)
Learn more about your local music scene. Dare I say ... "participate." Attend this
year's San Diego Music Awards.
Annual Poway PRCA Rodeo (Mid Sept)
Professional rodeo cowboys from all over the country compete. Poway Valley Riders
Association Arena at Twin Peaks and Tierra Bonita Roads, Poway. Fri & Sat: 7:30-10pm,
760-736-0594 or 858-748-0016
Julian Apple Harvest (Mid Sept -Nov)
Jonathan apples are harvested near (and far) during this annual festival northeast of
San Diego. Take a winding drive and experience Julian's quaint, mountain-town charm.
Julian Bluegrass Festival (Mid Sept)
Julian Lions Club- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Pancake Breakfast - Frank Lane
Park - Music All Day
Sea to Shining Sea Music Festival (Sept 22- Oct 7)
It's an all-American entertainment extravaganza featuring classic cars, animal interactions
and a rousing celebration of our musical heritage presented on four fantastic stages.
SeaWorld San Diego
Annual Adams Avenue Street Fair (Sept 29-30)
Southern California's largest free musical festival features arts, crafts, carnival
rides, food, circus acts and musical acts on six outdoor stages. Sat: 10am-10pm, Sun:
10am-6pm, Adams Ave, between 33rd & 35th Streets and Adams Park.
Wavecrest Woodie Meet (Late Sept)
Cruise to Moonlight Beach in Encinitas for the Wavecrest Woodie Meet, and make it
an "Endless Summer."
Annual Pacific Islander Festival (Late Sept)
A free event that showcases the cultures, food, crafts and customs of Melanesia,
Micronesia and Polynesia. Features continuous entertainment all day long. Location:
Ski Beach, Mission Bay from 9am-5pm.
Annual Festival of Beers (Late Sept)
Once again, the streets of downtown San Diego were filled with thousands of thirsty
folks, like yourselves, who managed to taste, sample, and drink just about all
the brew supplied by more than 50 participating breweries.
Del Mar International Horse Show (Late Sept-Early Oct)
The Del Mar International Horse Show attracts more than 250 of the finest Hunter/Jumper
riders and horses. Highlights of the four day horse show include the Del Mar
International Grand Prix. Tickets and schedules:
Cabrillo Festival (Late Sept-Early Oct)
Cabrillo National Monument commemorates the exploration of the West Coast by Juan
Rodriquez Cabrillo in 1542 with a series of different events. Cabrillo National
Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival (Late Sept-Early Oct)
Presents films, videos and workshops to the public celebrating the work of Asian
artists from around the world. Showcases feature films, shorts and animation. Tickets:
$3-15.00. Date Tentative.