San Diego: This Weekend (Feb. 8-11)


Events around San Diego this weekend include Secret Society of Adultologists, Lunar New Year Tết Festival, Monster Energy Supercross and the Coronado Valentine’s Day 5K, 10K or 1-Mile Fun Run.

2.8: Don Diablo w/ Lost Frequencies

The Dutch DJ, producer and singer got his first record deal when he was only 15 years old. His latest single, You Can’t Change Me, dropped in December. Belgian DJ and producer Felix De Laet (aka Lost Frequencies) opens the show. — Scott McDonald

@ Observatory North Park,

2.9: Local Latin American Masters: A Live Art Event

Six local artists will create live works of art inspired by current museum exhibition Modern Masters from Latin America: The Pérez Simón Collection. A film screening of I am Cuba will follow at 8 p.m. Completed works will be on display until March 11.

The San Diego Museum of Art, Balboa Park,

2.9: Slander

One-time UC Irvine frat bros Derek Andersen and Scott Land have made good on their DJ dreams. The pair has worked with Skrillex, DJ Snake and Diplo, and they are credited with creating their own genre (Heaven Trap). Andersen and Land collaborated with Sullivan King on their latest single, Welcome To The Fire. — Scott McDonald


2.9: Secret Society of Adultologists

Each floor of the San Diego Natural History Museum will feature stimulating events and activities, such as the species penis comparison station, live animal encounters, mating dance performances and Pillow Talk (a project from the Center of Biological Diversity that focuses on human population and endangered species).

San Diego Natural History Museum, Balboa Park,

2.9-11: Liza Treyger

“Do you ever have a day where it’s like I better get my period ASAP or I guess I have to check myself into a mental hospital?” — Liza Treyger on Twitter

@ The Comedy Store,

Liza Treyger.

Liza Treyger.

(Jason Kempin / Getty Images)

2.9-11: 2018 Lunar New Year Tết Festival

Earn the title of San Diego’s phở eating champion or fill your belly in the beer garden at this massive Lunar New Year festival, where anyone born in the Year of the Dog gets free admission. — Michael Benninger

SDCCU Stadium, Mission Valley,

Members of Bird of Paradise Chinese Costume Group wearing Chinese ethnic costumes perform during the second day of the three-day Tet Festival.

Members of Bird of Paradise Chinese Costume Group wearing Chinese ethnic costumes perform during the second day of the three-day Tet Festival.

(Howard Lipin / San Diego Union-Tribune)

2.10: Brewbies

Bagby Beer hosts the bodacious 9th annual Brewbies Festival. All proceeds benefit Keep A Breast Foundation, a breast health education organization. Pro tip: Don’t drive. Bagby Beer is an easy walk from the Oceanside Transit Center. — Peter Rowe

601 S. Coast Hwy., Oceanside,

2.10: Monster Energy Supercross

Cramped corners, speedy straightaways and treacherous triple jumps define this elite off-road racing championship that gives spectators a chance to see many of the world’s top motorcyclists. — Michael Benninger

Petco Park, East Village,

Monster Energy Supercross at Petco Park in San Diego.

Monster Energy Supercross at Petco Park in San Diego.

(Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

2.10: City Center Sessions

Start the weekend bright and early with a series of free workout sessions held at Horton Plaza Park. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. and includes various workouts from downtown-area fitness instructors teaching pilates, boxing, yoga and more (and don’t forget to BYOM — bring your own mat).

900 Fourth Ave., downtown,

2.10: For the Love of Chocolate

The event, also known as “A Tasting Affair,” features chocolates paired with local wines and craft beers along with entertainment in downtown Escondido. — Linda McIntosh

Around downtown Escondido,

2.10: Mardi Gras Beads, Bites & Booze Tour

In lieu of the usual rowdy Gaslamp Mardi Gras celebration, get your fix at this tasting event that pairs delicious Mardi Gras-inspired bites with decadent drinks at 20 downtown spots. Bonus: beads available at each stop. — Jennifer Ianni


2.10: Gardens of Beauty

Two internationally renowned artists join creative forces with a new gallery concept and show titled launching at The iN gallery in Barrio Logan. Read more about the artists here. — Laurie Delk

iN gallery, 1878 Main St., #D, Barrio Logan,

2.10: Borgeous

This summer, it’ll be two years since Miami-based DJ John Borger released his debut LP, 13. He released a 4-track EP of remixes from it last year, as well as a whopping seven singles. The latest, Sweeter Without You with Taylr Renee, got the remix treatment from Zack Martino. — Scott McDonald


2.11: 4th Annual San Diego Fermentation Festival

Immerse yourself in workshops, presentations and do-it-yourself pickling stations at this outdoor fermentation fest granting guests 10 tasters of boozy craft beverages. — Michael Benninger

Leichtag Commons, Encinitas,

2.11: 8th Annual Coronado Valentine’s Day 5K, 10K or 1-Mile Fun Run

Choose a bib marked as “Available,” “Taken” or “It’s Complicated” at this bayside matchmaking race followed by a breakfast buffet at McP’s Irish Pub & Grill. — Michael Benninger

Tidelands Park, Coronado,

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2.11 vs Sonora Soles

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