San Diego: This Weekend (Jan. 19-22)

From the San Diego Caffeine Crawl to Ginuwine at FLUXX, there’s plenty to do in San Diego this weekend.

Circus Vargas - Thursday through Jan. 30

Join Circus Vargas on a brand new adventure at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. This year’s theme, Steam Cirque, will feature exciting science-fiction fantasy circus creatures for all ages.

Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar.

Zakk Sabbath - Thursday

This Black Sabbath cover band is fronted by Zakk Wylde, who came to fame as the guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne - Black Sabbath’s original singer. It’s the great heavy metal circle of life. - Scott McDonald

Brick By Brick, Linda Visit.

San Diego Caffeine Crawl - Friday through Sunday

Get a caffeine fix from a selection of more than 25 local roasters by following any of 10 routes through the city’s rich coffee scene.

Various locations.

Ginuwine at FLUXX - Friday

Yes, the R&B star will be performing live at FLUXX on Friday night with special guest Karlos Farrar. Ride that “Pony” and party like it’s the ‘90s all over again.

Fluxx Nightclub, downtown.

Bingo Players - Friday

Dutch DJ/producer Maarten Hoogstraten continues on under the moniker he once shared with collaborator/co-founder of Hysteria Records, Paul Bäumer. Since Bäumer’s death in 2013, Hoogstraten has released a handful of singles and remixed the likes of Gorgon City and Hardwell. He appears as part of the duo’s 10th anniversary tour. - Scott McDonald

OMNIA San Diego, downtown.

MitiS - Friday

Classically trained as a pianist, Philadelphia-based DJ Joseph Torre released his dubstep EP, “Foundations,” earlier this year. His latest single, “Frameworks,” is out now. - Scott McDonald

Bassmnt, downtown.

Monster Jam - Saturday

Grave Digger, El Toro Loco and other monster-truck heroes rev up huge crowds during this live motorsport event at Petco Park.

Petco Park, East Village.

The Ravonettes - Saturday

The Danish indie rock duo of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo spent every month of 2016 recording and releasing a new song. They’ll be playing plenty of the songs from their self-proclaimed “Anti-Album” on the current tour. - Scott McDonald

The Music Box, Little Italy.

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