San Diego: This Weekend (June 8-11)

Moonlight yoga. (iStock)
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Stay busy in San Diego this weekend with events that include the Marine Corps Mud Run, Opening Day of Polo and Toast of the Coast.

6.8 Full moon yoga

Say namaste or howl at the moon during this yoga class hosted by the County of San Diego. This is a BYOM (bring your own mat) class, which starts at 7:30 p.m., with a $7 drop-in fee.

San Diego County Waterfront Park: 1600 Pacific Hwy., downtown.

6.8: Quintino

Initially discovered by Laidback Luke in their home country of the Netherlands, this Dutch DJ and producer has worked with a slew of notable artists from Afrojack and Tiësto to Harwell and Blasterjaxx. His latest single, “Carnival,” was released by Spinnin’ Records in March.

OMNIA, downtown,

6.8-10 Robert Kelly

“I’ve been to some sh*tty places. I was in Atlantic City. You ever go to Atlantic City? It’s awful. It’s like Vegas with AIDS.” - Robert Kelly on Just the Tip

American Comedy Co., downtown,

6.9: Deorro

Twenty-five-year-old Ultra Records DJ Deorro (aka Erick Orrosquieta) has remixed tracks by Steve Aoki, Gareth Emery and Laidback Luke, and hit platinum when he collaborated with Chris Brown on the single “Five More Hours” in 2015. His 26-song debut LP, “Good Evening,” dropped in March.

OMNIA, downtown,

6.9-11: 19th Annual LGBT Film Festival

Feast your eyes on works from some of today’s best and brightest moviemakers during three days of phenomenal film, wrapping with a closing night party at West Coast Tavern. Read more about the films that will be showing here, and keep an eye out for our photographer at the opening night’s events.

The Observatory North Park:

2891 University Ave.,

North Park.

6.9-10: San Diego Oysterfest

Show off your shucking skills and check out live performances from Matisyahu, Vokab Kompany, and many more musical acts during this annual appreciation of everything oyster.

Marina Embarcadero North:

500 Kettner Blvd., downtown.

6.9-10 Rick Ingraham

“That’s what a Canadian is, right? A retarded American?” - Rick Ingraham at the Comedy and Magic Club

The Comedy Store, La Jolla,

6.10 Toast of the Coast

Upgrade your trip to the San Diego County Fair with a visit to this wine competition and festival, which boasts unlimited samplings of award-winning wines from around the U.S. and Mexico.

Del Mar Fairgrounds: 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar.

6.10: Fido Fest

Bring your four-legged friend or pick up a new pup at this furry festival featuring live demonstrations, discounted vaccinations and a variety of exhibitors.

Town Center Community Park East:

550 Park Center Dr.

, Santee.

6.10 U.S. Air Guitar Championships

We’re not pulling your strings on this one. Even the U.S. Air Guitar Facebook page boasts “Come witness the spandex, the rock-n-roll, and the greatest thing you’ve never seen before.” What’s not to enjoy about that?!

The Merrow: 1271 University Ave., Hillcrest,

6.10: What So Not

Once a duo with EDM superstar Flume, What So Not is now the solo project of Australian producer Emoh Instead (aka Chris Emerson). Last year, Emerson co-wrote the song “Talk” with DJ Snake from the French DJ’s smash debut, “Encore,” and collaborated on the single “Waiting” with RL Grime and Skrillex.

Bassmnt, downtown,

6.10: Party Favor

Party Favor, aka Manhattan-born/L.A.-based DJ Dylan Ragland, has remixed the likes of Diplo, Major Lazer and Flosstradamus, and he’s toured with Cash Cash and Tritonal. His 2016 EP, “Party & Destroy,” featured collaborations with Sean Kingston, Gucci Mane, Dillon Francis and others. Ragland’s new single, “Wawa,” was released in March.

OMNIA, downtown,

6.10-11: San Diego Festival of the Arts

Appreciate the work of nearly 200 acclaimed artists while enjoying interactive activities and dining on fare from some of the city’s most reputable restaurants.

Waterfront Park:

1600 Pacific Hwy.,

Little Italy.

6.10-11: Marine Corps Mud Run

Conquer nine intense obstacles then finish at the world’s muddiest pit while supporting Camp Pendleton’s Marines and their families.

Camp Pendleton:

Harbor Drive at Vandegrift Boulevard

, Camp Pendleton.

6.11: Opening Day of Polo

Local and international polo players compete in front of 4,500 spectators when the season’s Sunday matches kick off.

San Diego Polo Club:

14555 El Camino Real, Rancho Santa Fe


Padres home games

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