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San Diego: This Weekend (Aug. 3-6)

This weekend’s events around San Diego include funny man Joel McHale, the 8th annual Farm to Bay and the start of the Oceanside International Film Festival.

This weekend’s events around San Diego include funny man Joel McHale, the 8th annual Farm to Bay and the start of the Oceanside International Film Festival.

8.4 Cash’d Out

Don your best black outfit and head out for an evening outdoors listening to the tunes of Johnny Cash cover band Cash’d Out.

Point Loma Community Park, Catalina Blvd. at Varona St., Point Loma,

Cash’d Out. (Courtesy photo)

8.4 Dirty South 

Serbian-born, Melbourne-based DJ/producer Dirty South (aka Dragan Roganovic) is known for his collaborations with the likes of David Guetta, Alesso, Axwell and others. He recently remixed his own 2016 single, I Swear, which features South Africa/California duo ANIMA!. — Scott McDonald

OMNIA, downtown,

Dirty South. (Courtesy photo)

8.4 tyDi 

This Australian DJ (Tyson Illingsworth) was signed to Armin van Buuren’s Armada label when he was just 17 years old. Now based in L.A., the songwriter and producer has already released four singles this year, including June’s Beautiful War featuring Lola Rhodes. — Scott McDonald

Parq, downtown,

tyDi. (Courtesy photo)

8.4 Crizzly 

Austin, Texas, DJ/producer Crizzly (Chris Marshall) released his latest single, Ice On My Grill, in April. But you can also pick up a free download of new track IMA GO HARD right now on his Soundcloud page. — Scott McDonald

Bassmnt, downtown,

Crizzly. (Courtesy photo)

8.4-5 Joel McHale

“Hollywood helps America by projecting a heroic image to the rest of the world. We just released another movie about Captain America. Or, as he’s known in China, Captain Who Owes Us $1.1 Trillion.” — Joel McHale at the 2014 White House Correspondents’ Dinner

American Comedy Co., downtown

Joel McHale. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

8.4-5 Adam Ray

“I got peer-pressured to do mushrooms over the summer. … It was my first time doing mushrooms. It was also my first time talking to a daddy long-legs about global warming.” —  Adam Ray at Gotham Comedy Club

The Comedy Store, downtown,

Adam Ray. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

8.5: 8th Annual Farm to Bay

Support coastal wildlife and local sustainability programs while sampling snacks and sips from more than 40 of SD’s finest restaurants, breweries, wineries and distilleries at the South Bay’s nonprofit zoo and aquarium. — Michael Benninger

The Living Coast Discovery Center: 1000 Gunpowder Point Dr., Chula Vista, 619.409.5900,

The Living Coast Discovery Center Farm to Bay event. (Courtesy photo)

8.5 Jack Novak 

Serving as Pharrell Williams’ touring DJ in 2013, the Chicago-born/L.A.-based producer released the single, Marquis, last October and heads home to take the stage at Lollapalooza this summer.  — Scott McDonald

OMNIA, downtown,

Jack Novak. (Courtesy photo)

8.5 Joe Rogan

“I love pot, but the people that are making edibles need to slow the f*ck down. Oh, my god, what are you trying to do to people? I had a pot gummy bear the other day. I think we should all agree a gummy bear shouldn’t be able to steal your soul, right? How the f*ck are these people making these things, man?” — Joe Rogan on Joe Rogan: Triggered

San Diego Civic Theatre, downtown,

Joe Rogan. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

8.5-6 Heiva San Diego

Celebrate Polynesian culture with this cultural festival representing Tahiti that brings music, dance, drum, arts and crafts, plus the island spirit to downtown San Diego.


202 C St., downtown,


8.6: 8th Annual San Diego Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk and 1-Mile Walk

With a mission to double survival rates among lung-cancer patients by 2022, this fundraising 5K along the waterfront features a survivors’ area, kids’ activities, a local DJ plus plenty of refreshments.  — Michael Benninger

Embarcadero Marina Park North: 400 Kettner Blvd., downtown,

Free to Breathe. (Andrew Barrera)

8.6: Vista Rod Run

Feast your eyes on 350 domestic and import vehicles made before 1974 at this car show offering live music, vendors and a 50/50 drawing with all proceeds benefiting Vista Teen Outreach.  — Michael Benninger

Main Street, downtown Vista,

Vista Rod Run. (Courtesy photo)

8.6-13: Oceanside International Film Festival

Local, out-of-state and international filmmakers screen dozens of flicks over eight days as North County’s biggest film festival returns for another year of cinema.  — Michael Benninger

Star Theatre and Sunshine Brooks Theatre: 217 N. Coast Hwy., Oceanside,

Billed as North County’s largest film festival, the annual event, which has taken place since 2009, has been a place for independent filmmakers to have their work screened and judged, with the hope of being picked up for wider distribution. (Courtesy photo)

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