14 Things to Do in San Diego This Weekend


3.25: Breathe Carolina @ Bassmnt,
This electro pop trio covered Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” on the Punk Goes Pop 5 compilation album.

3.25: Secrets @ SOMA,
San Diego-based post- hardcore group on its Everything That Got Us Here tour with Palisades, Too Close to Touch and Picturesque.

3.25: Olivia Newton-John @ Pala Casino,
The Grease star and pop singer has a residency at Flamingo Las Vegas through the end of 2016.

3.25: Fedde Le Grand @ OMNIA San Diego,
On February 26, Dutch House DJ Fedde Le Grand dropped his Something Real album.

“If you don’t think our legal system is f’d up, talk to an 18-year-old for 5 min, and stop and comprehend that it’s legal to have sex with it.” - Tamer Kattan on Twitter
3.25-26: Tamer Kattan @ The Comedy Palace,

“HIV sounded a lot cooler when Charlie was calling it Tiger Blood. #charliesheen #AIDSTiger” - Dan Cummins on Twitter
3.25-26: Dan Cummins @ The Comedy Store La Jolla,

3.26: New World Sound @ Bassmnt,
Brothers Tyrone and Jesse Taylor compose this EDM twosome from down unda.

3.26: Bikes & Beers
Race takes place around San Diego; festival at Quartyard

The 3rd Annual San Diego Bikes and Beers is a 22-mile bike ride through San Diego and an after-ride festival at Quartyard featuring food, brews and tunes.

3.26: Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival
Qualcomm Stadium, Mission Valley
Enjoy unlimited beer and food samples from a few dozen breweries and local restaurants while supporting the It’s All About the Kids Foundation.

3.26: Yonder Mountain String Band @ Belly Up Tavern,
Each member of this acoustic bluegrass band sings and plays a different stringed instrument on stage - bass, banjo, guitar, fiddle and mandolin.

3.26: Cut Snake @ Bang Bang,
In November, these tech house beatmakers dropped their new Life’s A Beach EP.

3.26-5.28: Margaret Griffith
Lux Art Institute
1550 S. El Camino Real, Encinitas
Reinterpret the concept of a gate as artist Margaret Griffith twists and billows pieces of hand- drawn paper and water-jet-cut metal into large-scale sculptures representing impermanence.

3.26-10.11: “Ferocious Bronze,” by Arthur Putnam
The San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA)
1450 El Prado, Balboa Park
See 28 wildlife sculptures by Arthur Putnam (1873- 1930), a celebrated California sculptor who created works using the lost-wax bronze-casting process.

3.27: They Might Be Giants @ Belly Up Tavern,
Alt. rockers on the road to promote their forthcoming Phone Power album.