Things To Do

San Diego: This Weekend (Jan. 26-29)

Manufactured Superstars. (Courtesy photo)

From the Farmers Insurance Open to the SD Yoga Festival, there’s so much to in San Diego this weekend. 

Farmers Insurance Open - Thursday through Sunday

Watch the pros swing for victory at this major tournament at Torrey Pines, which offers course-side access for golf fans and plenty of action for those attending just to be part of the scene.

Torrey Pines Golf Course, La Jolla .

San Diego Yoga Festival - Friday through Monday

Downward dogs abound at this three-day festival slated to include classes and workshops covering everything from hip-hop yoga to the art of backbending.

Various locations, Ocean Beach.

Pancakes & Booze Art Show - Friday

This far-from-average art show tours cities around the world and makes a stop at Fifty Seven Degrees in San Diego. A $5 cover gets you free pancakes, live performances, body painting, and of course, booze. 

Fifty Seven Degrees, Middletown.

Cold War Kids - Friday

The Long Beach indie rock quintet released the Trump-protest single “Locker Room Talk” in October, their first new song since 2015’s “Five Quick Cuts” EP.  - Scott McDonald

Observatory North Park, North Park.

Ty Segall - Friday

Prolific weirdo rocker Segall was just here playing a solo show at the Hideout. This time, he returns with a full band to crank up the intensity and melt faces once again. - Scott McDonald

Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach.

Pure Project Brewing Anniversary - Saturday

Pure Project Brewing is celebrating their first anniversary with an all-day party. Guests can expect rare beers, cellar beers, raffles, food trucks, games and more.

Pure Project, Miramar.

Oceanside Craft Beer & Food Festival - Saturday

Highlighting local and regional breweries, the Oceanside Craft Beer & Food Festival adds to the buzz with chef creations and local bands.

Junior Seau Pier Amphitheatre, Oceanside.

Devendra Banhart - Saturday

The freak-folk poster boy released his ninth studio album, “Ape in Pink Marble,” in September. It’s his first since 2013’s “Mala.” - Scott McDonald

Observatory North Park, North Park.

Joe Maz - Saturday

Billboard panel reporting member and creator of remixes for artists ranging from Kanye and Coldplay to Daft Punk and Maroon 5, the Miami-based DJ continues his Parq residency. - Scott McDonald

Parq Nightclub, downtown.

Manufactured Superstars - Saturday

The Denver-based DJ duo of Brad Roulier and Shawn Sabo have been known to dress up in spacesuits and play with a gigantic teddy bear on stage. They’ve hosted artists such as Cee-Lo, The Crystal Method, and Lil Jon at their hometown “Superstar Saturdays” shows. - Scott McDonald

OMNIA San Diego, downtown.

San Diego Cat Show - Saturday & Sunday

The largest cat show in the Western U.S. purrs with a kitty pageant, cat adoptions and a feline agility competition. 

Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar.

Too $hort at FLUXX - Sunday

Blow the whistle and get down with FLUXX favorite, Too $hort, for a special Sunday night party.

FLUXX Nightclub, downtown.

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