San Diego: This Weekend (Jan. 25-28)


Top events in San Diego this weekend include the Farmers Insurance Open, the San Diego 5K Happy Hour Run and Bassjackers at Omnia.

1.25: Culture & Cocktails: Modern Masters

If you haven’t gotten your ticket yet, we’re afraid you’re too late. Tickets to this rendition of Culture & Cocktails at the San Diego Museum of Art are sold out, but those lucky enough to have purchased them early will be sipping on Pico Duarte cocktails with 1888 Rum, listening to DJ Marc Tosino spinning Latin music and viewing masterpieces from the likes of Fernando Botero, Wifredo Lam, Joaquín Torres García and Alfredo Castañeda.

San Diego Museum of Art, Balboa Park,

1.25: Whose Live Anyway?

Original members of the TV show Whose Line Is It Anyways? take to the stage for 90 minutes of unique improvised comedy.

California Center for the Arts, Escondido,

1.25-28: Farmers Insurance Open

The world’s best golfers (along with oodles of ogling admirers) return to Torrey Pines as the PGA Tour makes its annual stop in San Diego. — Michael Benninger

Torrey Pines Golf Course, La Jolla,

The Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course.

The Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course.

(K.C. Alfred / San Diego Union-Tribune)

1.25-28: San Diego Sunroad Marina Boat Show

Meet marine vendors, soak up knowledge in boating seminars and scope out the latest nautical products and services at this annual event that brings together the biggest brands on the water. — Michael Benninger

Sunroad Resort Marina, Harbor Island,

Sunroad Marina Boat Show on Harbor Island.

Sunroad Marina Boat Show on Harbor Island.

(Eduardo Contreras / San Diego Union-Tribune)

1.25-27: Colin Kane

“Going back to bed after you eat breakfast is the definition of success.” — Colin Kane on Twitter

@ American Comedy Co.,

Comedian Colin Kane.

Comedian Colin Kane.

(Ethan Miller / Getty Images)

1.26: Taste of Eastlake

Sample Eastlake’s best eats all in one place as South Bay’s signature banquet hall fills with fantastic food, local sips, live entertainment and a silent auction. — Michael Benninger

The Venue at Eastlake, Chula Vista,

1.26: Bassjackers

Dutch DJ duo and Spinnin’ Records regulars Bassjackers (Marlon Flohr and Ralph van Hilst) released five singles, as well as the 4-song EP Les Pays Bass, on their home country’s EDM label last year. — Scott McDonald


1.26-28: Cort McCown

“Married guys can fart. That’s huge. When you’re single and go out on a date, you have to sit there and suck in that fart for 3-and-a-half g*dd*mn hours. It’s uncomfortable, man! Girls, you think we’re being nice when we open car door for you? As soon as we shut the door, we just s**t our pants as we walk around the car. Watch his face — he’s crop-dusting.” — Cort McCown at Gotham Comedy Club

@ The Comedy Store,

1.27: 22nd Annual Hanohano Huki Ocean Challenge

One of California’s longest-running paddlesport races returns, inviting athletes of all ages and experience levels to paddle their way across Mission Bay. — Michael Benninger

North Jetty, Mission Bay,

1.27: Karl Strauss Changing of the Barrels

The $55 admission includes food (salads, sliders and sausages from Mastiff), drink (more than 25 specialty brews from Karl), live music, souvenir glass and — wait, there’s more! — a 22-ounce bottle of the brewery’s 29th anniversary beer. — Peter Rowe

Karl Strauss Tasting Room, Pacific Beach,

1.27: Lookas

He’s worked with the likes of Flo Rida and Diplo, but it was remixing the 2013 DVBBS & Borgeous single, Tsunami, that put DJ Lookas (aka Lucas Rego) on the map. Rego closed 2017 by releasing a new single, Alarm, with sibling DJ duo Krewella. — Scott McDonald

@ Bassmnt,

1.27: Crankdat

Twenty-year-old Ohio-based DJ Crankdat (aka Christian Smith) infamously gave up a full-ride athletic scholarship at Kent State when he dropped out of school to DJ. Terrible decision? Smith spent 2017 touring the world and releasing singles with T-Pain (In The Air) and Jauz (I Hold Still feat. Slushii). So… maybe it wasn’t. — Scott McDonald


1.27: San Diego 5K Happy Hour Run

It’s less about time and more about tolerance at this unique fun run where every runner scores a free beer, wine or margarita at the finish line. — Michael Benninger

NTC Park at Liberty Station, Point Loma,

1.27-28: San Diego Cat Show

Four hundred and fifty felines of more than 40 breeds compete in beauty and agility categories at the West Coast’s largest cat expo, highlighting pedigree and household kitties from across the U.S. — Michael Benninger

Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar,

1.28: Adam Sandler

“You little son of a bitch ball! Why you don’t you just go HOME? That’s your HOME! Are you too good for your HOME? ANSWER ME! SUCK MY WHITE ASS, BALL!” — Adam Sandler as Happy Gilmore in Happy Gilmore

@ Pechanga Resort & Casino,

1.28-2.3: Dine Out Escondido

Featuring fare from France, Italy, El Salvador and Mexico, 30 of Escondido’s most excellent eateries offer specials such as craft beer burger pairings, farm-to-fork delights and chef-owned culinary experiences. — Michael Benninger

Throughout Escondido,

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1.26: Extinction, White Boy Rick


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