There’s a full line-up of interesting and great events going on this weekend in San Diego County!
Rolando Street Fair
On Sunday, March 31st Rolando welcomes all to one of San Diego’s only neighborhood street fairs. With 6 bands, local performances, over 150 vendors, a beer garden and an interactive kids area, this all day event is free to enter and has fun for everyone. Enjoy live music, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a beer with friends. Check out up-and-coming talent on the community stage, browse local arts and crafts, or just let the kids run wild through the inflatables and activities of the kids zone.
When: Sunday, March 31 | 10am – 6pm
Where: Takes place along Rolando Blvd. between El Cajon Blvd and Solita Ave, San Diego
Cost: Free; kids zone wristband is $5
The 13th day of the first month of the Persian calendar is a special day for celebration. It’s a day for Iranian families to come together for an outdoor picnic and to appreciate the beauty of nature. Families will celebrate with Persian folk music, food, and dancing.
When: Sunday, March 31 | 1 – 6pm
Where: NTC Park Liberty Station | 2455 Cushing Rd, San Diego
Water Lantern Festival
This nationwide Water Lantern Festival will happen this weekend at San Diego’s Chollas Lake Saturday evening. The community event invites attendees to decorate a lantern to then launch into the lake. The sight of floating lanterns dancing on the water is sure to be spectacular. The festival also includes food trucks, music, and fun activities.
When: Saturday, March 30 | 3:30 – 9pm
Where: Chollas Lake | 5850 College Grove Dr, San Diego
Cost: $35-$40 adults; $12 kids; lantern $15
Hands-On Kimchi Workshop & Beer Pairing
Learn how to make killer kimchi! Kimchi is an ancient Korean pickle (usually spicy) and there are hundreds of ways to make it! This class will explore some of them.
When: Saturday, March 30 | 12:30pm
Where: Second Chance Beer Co. | 15378 Avenue of Science #222, San Diego
Cost: $47.50 – $50
Peter and the Wolf: The Prokofiev Classic
Conductor Dana Sadava, narrator Nuvi Mehta, and students from the San Diego State University Community Music School come together for this symphonic telling of the classic tale of a young boy who outsmarts a wolf. Each character is portrayed by a different instrument. This performance is part of the San Diego Symphony’s Family Series, so little ones are encouraged to attend with their parents.
When: Sunday, March 31 | 2pm
Where: Copley Symphony Hall | 750 B St, San Diego