Monday and Tuesday, June 18 & 19, Trolley & SEAL Embarcadero Stop will be closed for street repairs.
Tuesday, June 19, Stop C – Seaport Village Stop will be closed until approximately 11 am for street repairs. The temporary stop will be located at 789 W. Harbor Drive in front of Headquarters Seaport Village
Tuesday, June 19, Kettner Blvd into Seaport Village will be closed until approximately 11 am for street repairs. The SEAL temporary stop will be located on Pacific Highway next to the Headquarters Seaport Village.
Let us guide you and your friends and family to the best spots in San Diego! San Diego County residents can take advantage of some of our tours and attractions for FREE when accompanied by a full fare adult paid guest with Hometown Pass!
The Beer & Sake Festival offers a wide variety of Japanese sakes & beers, local craft beers, appetizers from local restaurants, and great entertainment. This year’s featured entertainer is world-renowned ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro. Guests will also enjoy the dynamic sounds of San Diego Taiko. Proceeds from the Beer & Sake Festival support JSSDT educational and community outreach programs.
The marathon consists of a 26.2-mile foot-race, a half marathon, and a post race concert at the end of the route. 20+ bands will play live music along the course. The marathon and half marathon start in Balboa Park, with both distances starting together at 6:15am. The half marathon course highlights include: A Balboa Park start line, a city tour under the iconic Hillcrest, North Park, Mission Hills, and Normal Heights signs, and a downhill finish to the end at the Waterfront Park.
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
San Diego Legends 5K
NTC Park at Liberty Station
It’s early summer and the sun is up! Come and join celebrities and others on a 5K run/walk and a 1-mile kid’s run at Liberty Station. Proceeds benefit local area sports leagues and facilities. Enjoy the post-event celebration!
San Diego Festival of the Arts
San Diego Magazine and Torrey Pines Kiwanis’ San Diego Festival of the Arts gathers nearly 200 artists in a bay-view setting of original fine art, entertainment and delicious cuisines, complemented with fine wine and craft beer as you stroll the turf of Waterfront Park. San Diego Festival of the Arts garners critically acclaimed artists from around the country for an elegant and high-quality showcase. Guests will enjoy an exceptional dining experience from San Diego’s favorite restaurants, sample San Diego craft beer, and experience interactive activities for the whole family. Waterfront Park.
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Taste of GasLamp
Enjoy this downtown San Diego urban food safari as you taste interesting dishes in the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Includes a self-guided walking tour and special beer tasting garden.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Mass Creativity Day
200 W. Island Avenue and the park across from the New Children’s Museum
Mass Creativity Day demonstrates the power of the arts to foster creativity and communication across generational, cultural, and geographical boundaries. It’s an all-day, all-age play-day with hands-on workshops.
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
OB Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off Festival
Newport Avenue & Sunset Cliffs Blvd.
This beachside festival has it all! Just follow the aroma of hot chili and the sounds of rock, blues, and jazz. Nestled along Antique Row, the streets are lined with booths of food, art, and merchandise. There are games, rides, and raffles. Be sure to watch the super chili cook-off contest.
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Father Joe’s San Diego International Triathlon
3900 N. Harbor Dr.
Top elite and professional athletes will compete for over $7,000 in prize money. The International Course consists of a 1,000-meter swim, 30K cycle, and a 10K run. The Sprint course consists of a 500-meter swim, 20K cycle, and a 6-mile run. A sports-related expo accompanies the event.