San Diego: This Weekend (March 23-26)

From the laughs at Brian Posehn’s comedy show to a totally groovy Mustache Bash and a festival that highlights local brews and music, there’s so much to do this weekend in San Diego.

3.23-25 Brian Posehn

“I love Portland so much, but I could not live up here - because I own a purebred dog. Pretty sure they’re illegal. I have rescues too, so don’t be like, ‘You know you should only have rescues.’ I do rescue. My purebred, I rescued her ... from a breeder.” - Brian Posehn on Posehn 25/2x

@ The American Comedy Co.,

3.24 EC Twins

Manchester DJ duo Marc and Allister Blackham turned their remix of Guordan Banks’ “Keep You in Mind” into a big enough hit that they even named a tour after it. The brothers teamed with Banks once again on their current single, “Revolution,” a funky take on Tracy Chapman’s “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution.” - Scott McDonald

@ Omnia,

3.24 Botnek

The Montreal-based DJ duo has remixed the likes of Steve Aoki, Mat Zo & Porter Robinson, AC Slater, and Jack Beats. The pair’s latest EP, “Buffering,” was released on Dim Mak Records two months ago. - Scott McDonald

@ Bassmnt,

3.25 10th anniversary Mustache Bash

This ‘stache bash (where costuems are encouraged) is essentially a festival of funk, embracing groovy mustache vibes with live bands and bellbottoms galore. - Michelle Dederko

2-10 p.m. The Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, Marina District,

3.25 Local Brews Local Grooves

16 breweries collide with 16 bands during the Local Brews Local Grooves festival at House of Blues. Read more about the event here.

6-9 p.m. 1055 Fifth Ave., downtown.

3.25 Farm Stand Spring Farm Fair

Organic produce, local food vendors, music, prizes, and ... turtles ... This event at Golden Door resort really does have it all.

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. 314 Deer Springs Rd., San Marcos. Free.

3.25 San Diego Beatles Fair

This year’s edition of the fair - the 15th since 1995 - is set to be the biggest yet. More than three dozen bands and solo artists are scheduled to perform on four stages, three indoor and one on the street in front of Queen Bee’s. Read more about the event here. - George Varga

Noon to 11 p.m. Saturday. Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center, 3925 Ohio St., North Park. $10-$25. 619.255.5147 or

3.25 Mick

The Brooklyn-based DJ and entrepreneur has collaborated with Adele, Leon Bridges and DJ Jazzy Jeff, and he counts Jodie Foster, Jay-Z and LeBron James as clients who have hired him to spin at private parties. - Scott McDonald

@ Omnia,

3.25-26 Tequila & Taco Festival

Tacos. Tequila. Enough said. (If you really need to know more, read on here.) - Michelle Dederko

Embarcadero Marina Park South,

3.25-26 OH! San Diego architectural tours

In multiple neighborhoods around San Diego, there will be 47 curated sites open to encourage dialogue on topics including sustainability, gentrification, urbanization, and housing (plus, it’s also just really cool eye candy!). Read more about navigating the event here.

Multiple neighborhoods around San Diego,

3.26 Hot Chocolate 5K/15K

Marshmallow stations are sprinkled throughout this sweet course, and participants celebrate their run with a mug of hot chocolate across the finish line. - Michelle Dederko

Petco Park, East Village,

3.26 Encinitas Half Marathon

A flat course with an ocean view is every runner’s dream. Join this 13.1-mile run, perfect for first-timers or seasoned athletes. - Michelle Dederko



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