It’s not quite summer, but the power of the festival is strong this weekend in San Diego. Whether you lean towards music or cinema – what about both? – there is something that attracts you to the atmosphere.
The GI Film Festival San Diego continues Friday and Saturday at the Museum of Photographic Arts with features, documents and shorts focusing on service members and their families. Movies can be made by veterans, present their stories or include casts from the armed forces. Screenings cost $ 10 each, with discounts for the military.
Visit the beach at Solana Beach for free Fiesta del Sol music festival at Fletcher Cove Park. The performances start at 9 a.m. every day, with Saturday’s top shows including Yächtley Crëw and Common Sense and Sunday’s, Don Carlos and Thee Sacred Souls. The winners of the Battle of the Bands April competition and the Funk Junkies (Saturday) and Good Pour (Sunday) also made the score.
Going to fly a kite is not an insult on Saturday at Ocean Beach. Whether you are seriously interested in the competition or just want to get your advantage, the free OB Kite Fest takes flight at 10 a.m. Saturday. The entertainment includes competitions, kite-making workshops with food trucks and music in three scenes.
They sting, for sure, but they are also vital to our ecosystem. The San Diego Museum of Natural History hosts to honor them World Bee Day in the Japanese Friendship Garden at Balboa Park at 10 a.m. Saturday. Take a closer look at insects, but also play pollinator games, enjoy music and view museum exhibits, and learn how to help protect native bees. Become part of the buzz with $ 12 entrance to the garden.
The North Park Music Fest offers two days of live music in three stages behind the North Park Theater this weekend. Go out at 11am on Saturday – with Whitney Shay, Creepy Creeps and the Little Hurricane at the top of the bill – and Sunday afternoon with the Finnegan Blues, Euphoria Brass Band and Wavves. The one-day charge costs $ 20 and both days, $ 30.
Learn about Julian’s gold’s past with the free opening of the community Banner Ranch, 36342 CA-78, at 1 p.m. Saturday. Browse Old West Covered Wagons, enjoy the refurbished Lucky Lou’s Saloon, meet Elvis and Jerry Lee for pets, and enjoy live music and a western hoedown. There will also be food trucks with, of course, barbecues.
Bay music is a must-have for any summer in San Diego and the Embarcadero Marina Park South is the perfect place. The San Diego Symphony, directed by Rafael Payare, will be on display throughout the summer. Saturday and Sunday plates, both at 5pm, include Ravel and Debussy. Tickets start at $ 25. The second season of Rady Shell Shows include Boyz II Men and Thelonious Munk in June and Common and Michael Feinstein in July.
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