WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SAN DIEGO THIS WEEKEND! 3/29/19-3/31/19 - Fredo Rivera

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SAN DIEGO THIS WEEKEND! 3/29/19-3/31/19

The final weekend of the month brings warm temperatures and beautiful weather to America’s Finest City. It’s fitting, then, that we’ve got a host of great opportunities to get outside and enjoy the sunshine and longer days, from the return of the MLB season to Little Italy block parties to a fun run/bike ride for a great cause.

Dig into some electronica with Broods

Friday, March 29
Observatory North Park
The New Zealand-based duo Broods have released three albums, all of which have been fantastic and twinged with the cutting songwriting and danceable electronic backing that made their compatriot and fellow electronica titan, Lorde, such a global sensation. Their latest offering, Don’t Feed the Pop Monster, is beautifully arranged and emotive and will translate wonderfully to Observatory.
What it costs: $20

Join Ballast Point for a killer block party

Saturday, March 30
Little Italy
Little Italy is one of the coolest parts of town, with a heritage unlike anywhere else in the city, and Ballast Point wants to keep it that way. The brewery is throwing a daylong Made in San Diego block party to benefit the Little Italy Association and promote food, beer, art, and music made in America’s Finest City. With performances by Wavves and The Schizophonics, among others, it’s well worth your time.
What it costs: $5 donation for guaranteed entry, $45 donation for guaranteed entry and unlimited beer

Get deep with Citizen Cope

Saturday, March 30
Observatory North Park
That Clarence Greenwood — stage name Citizen Cope — has had such a prolific career is incredible to reflect upon, given the fact he has constantly bucked the trends of popular music while staying true to his own style. His blend of poignant songwriting and soulful, alt-rock delivery doesn’t sound like anything else on the market and is always good for a live show.
What it costs: $41

Hit a black-tie event to help sick kids

Saturday, March 30
PARQ
Cruise 4 Kids is presenting their fifth annual Bunny Ball as a way to help raise money (and stuffed bunnies) for local hospitals, youth organizations, and special needs service centers. It’s a black-tie event and an excuse to party the night away for a good cause, so head to Parq, bring a stuffed bunny, and prepare to dance your ass off.
What it costs: $45

Celebrate El Chingon’s Two-Year Anniversary with two-for-one drinks

Sunday, March 31
El Chingon
Since its inception two years ago, El Chingon has established itself as a staple in the Gaslamp, and to celebrate 770 days in business they’re throwing a weekend-long fiesta. Stop by at any point this weekend for two-for-one cocktails and some delicious Mexican food, and stick around into the night when the bar starts to really liven up.
What it costs: Google their menu

Listen to some blues in the Flower Fields

Sunday, March 31
Carlsbad Flower Fields
The nonstop rain we received all winter has all of California in bloom and what better place to take in that beauty than at the Carlsbad Flower Fields. The fields will be hosting Blues Day, so stroll through, take in the sights, and listen to some of the best local musicians jam. The Flower Fields are only open for another month or so, so get in while you can.
What it costs: $18

Go for a run/bike ride to help fight epilepsy

Sunday, March 31
De Anza Cove
Sharon’s Ride.Run.Walk. is one of the largest epilepsy fundraisers nationally and is entering its 20th year of raising money to help the 50,000-plus San Diegans living with epilepsy. With the option of either a 15-mile bike ride or 5K fun run/walk, it’s an easy way to show support for an underserved medical community while getting outside to start your Sunday. Plus, it ends with a free barbecue. And who doesn’t like free barbecue?
What it costs: $35

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