San Diego Festival Guide

San Diego has become one of the most visited cities in the country for a wide variety of reasons. Of course, it is home to miles and miles of pristine coastline, the weather is amazing, and the culture is one of a kind. But there is another reason to visit the city: the festivals. The vibrant community of San Diego is always finding something to celebrate, and they throw some of the most exciting festivals around throughout the entire year. Here is a list of some of the best festivals in San Diego.

Kaaboo Del Mar

This year from September 15th through the 17th, Kaaboo will be taking over Del Mar for a weekend full of music and fun. The weekend features musical performances of all kinds from classic rock to hip hop and EDM. Among some of the more notable acts, there are the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Muse, and Weezer. But there is so much more than music to love about this amazing event. You can enjoy endless art displays, unique foods, comedy, and more.

San Diego Barrel Aged Beer Fest

A huge part of the culture in San Diego revolves around great beer with good people. There is no event that encapsulates this better than the Barrel Aged Beer Fest. This is a must-attend event for the beer drinkers out there, because over 40 breweries come together and present the beers that they are most proud of. This means you will be able to enjoy one of the most unique and extensive beer lists that you will find anywhere. Obviously, if you love beer, you will not want to miss this event on Saturday, October 27th. But there is still a lot to love about this festival for those that do not have a great love for beer. Everyone can enjoy music, activities, and of course, amazing food.

San Diego Earthwork’s Earth Fair

This event has been proclaimed to be the largest scale, free admission, environmental event in the entire world! If you find yourself in San Diego in April, then this massive celebration of mother earth is something that you will not want to miss. The main point of the festival is to feature works of art dedicated to the earth. You will find over 300 pieces throughout the fair. But there is also music, educational performances, great food and much more!

It is true that anytime is a good time to visit San Diego. But there are so many events that will change your trip from a nice relaxing time to one that you will never forget. Check the city’s events schedule to plan your trip around a festival that you will truly love.