San Diego Weekend Events & Things to Do – Friday, Feb. 15 to Sunday Feb. 17, 2013

[important]San Diego Weekend Events & Things To Do Friday, Feb. 15 – Sunday Feb. 17, 2013[/important]

Valentine’s Day may be official over but the fun will continue all around San Diego.  So grab your loved ones and attend any of the following events this weekend!

 


 

What: Harlem Globetrotters night52_harlem_globetrotters

When: FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 5PM – 10PM

Where: Valley View Casino Center

Description:  Take a seat in San Diego as the boys from Harlem trot to town for an exhibition basketball game combining athleticism and humor. Having dunked their way into the hearts of many for generations, this family friendly event is guaranteed to be a thrill. 

Cost: $15-$145 (Parking $20)  – Tickets HERE

 

 


 

What: Harland Williams7412213.bin

When: FRIDAY, SATURDAY 7:30 and 9:30

Where: American Comedy Company

Description: Head out to the American Comedy Company to see the outlandish sketch and stand-up comedian/actor Harland Williams.

Cost: $20 – Tickets HERE

 

 

 


 

What: 31st Annual Chinese New Year FairYear of the Snake, White Background

When: SATURDAY 10AM – 5PM

Where: Chinese Historical Museum

Description: This two day street fair will present all sorts of festive Chinese cultural artifacts to commemorate the Year of the Snake.  Join this FREE event for Chinese cuisine, lion dancing, a dragon and lantern parade, martial arts, cultural music and dances, an Asian Story Theater, children’s arts and crafts and more

 

 

 


 

What: Tribute to the Reggae Legendsimagen_de_bob_marley_reggae-1600x1200

When: SATURDAY, SUNDAY 3PM – MIDNIGHT

Where: Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier

Description: There’s no better way to celebrate Bob Marley Day than heading down to the Port Pavilion for the 32nd Annual Tribute to Reggae Legends, presented by the WorldBeat Center.

Cost:  $60 – $160

 

 

 

 


 

What: Japanese Art Show and Bamboo Flute Concertshakuhachi

When: SUNDAY 1PM – 4PM

Where: Mission Trails Regional Park

Description:  The Taka Sumi-e Art Society will be exhibiting traditional Japanese-style sumi-e, or brush paintings. During this showing make sure to experience the soothing sounds of Mary Lu Brandwein on the shakuhachi, or Japanese bamboo flute.  The FREE concert will be held at 3PM in the MTRP Visitor Center.

 

 


 

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