San Diego County Events for October 30 – November 1

Halloween is right around the corner! San Diego county has several Halloween events going on — both family-friendly and for the 21+  crowd. And if this weekend’s event isn’t for you, as always, our area has a variety of activities this weekend (along with year-round things to do)!

San Diego county events this weekendThe best places to trick-or-treat

pumpkin1Apparently, there’s a logical way to figure out where to go for the best trick-or-treating — and Zillow has its predictions. Check out the top neighborhoods in San Diego for Halloween trick-or-treats here.

When: Saturday, Oct. 31
Where: Top neighborhoods in San Diego
Cost: Free
More information: read about where to go here


BOOmont Park Fall Festival & Haunt 2015

For the third year, this October, Belmont Park gets transformed into a Halloween themed seaside park featuring activities for all ages. Admission and parking are FREE.

When: Friday & Saturday, Oct. 30 & 31 | 5 – 10pm
Where: Belmont Park | 3146 Mission Blvd, San Diego
Cost: Free – $7.95
More information: www.belmontpark.com/boomontpark


5th Annual Halloween Pub Crawl

On the SATURDAY Costume Halloween Pub Crawl, we will be haunting four bars in the Gaslamp District where every costume clad crawler will receive VIP Entry, no cover charges, and a selection of drink specials. For those 21+.

When: Saturday, Oct. 31 | 8pm
Where: Tin Roof | 401 G St., San Diego, CA 92101
Cost: $30 – $35
More information: www.tinroofsandiego.com


San Diego Symphony Family Festival – ‘A Walk Through Balboa Park’

Taking inspiration from Balboa Park during its centennial year, the San Diego Symphony Orchestra offers music that represents the most iconic elements of the ‘Jewel of San Diego’ – from fountains to gardens, from the International Cottages to art museums!

When: Sunday, November 1 | 1pm
Where: Joan and Irwin Jacobs Music Center | 750 B Street, San Diego
Cost: $20 – $35
More information: www.sandiegosymphony.org


Howl-O-Ween Harvest Family Day

At Helen Woodward’s Howl-O-Ween, kids and adults alike can get up close with animals they may consider scary – like snakes – and learn why they aren’t so scary after all. Kids will also be able to pick pumpkins from a mini pumpkin patch, in addition to other activities.

When: Saturday, Oct. 31 | 9am
Where: Helen Woodward Animal Center | 6461 El Apajo, Rancho Santa Fe
Cost: $5+
More information: Howl-O-Ween Harvest Family Day

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