Pacific BeachFest

by David L on October 1, 2014

This Saturday “Discover the Action” at this year’s Pacific BeachFest! This annual one-day event brings to you all that San Diego beaches have to offer at one place. Be it young or old, men or women…there is something for everyone at the festival!

This year the Pacific BeachFest will offer The Best of The Beach Fish Taco Contest, RSSS 5.0 Pro/Am Surf Competition Finals with surfers competing from around the world, Action Alley, a competitive Beach Volley Ball Tournament, 5K fun run, interesting vendors, fun activities and foot-tapping music! Following is this year’s music Line-up:

Main Stage
Acoustic Acts

11:00 – 11:15       22 Kings
11:15 – 11:30       Ryan Hiller
11:30 – 11:45       Sando
11:45 – 12:00       Casey Turner
12:00 – 1:10         Sure Fire Ensemble
1:30 – 2:30            Mimas
2:50 – 3:50            Tori Roze and The Hot Mess
4:10 – 5:10            The Routine
5:30 – 6:30            Slower

Beer Garden

11:00 – 11:45       Bad Neighbors
11:45 – 12:15       DJ Demon
12:15 – 1:00         Timothy H
1:00 – 1:30            DJ Mike Czech
1:30 – 2:30            So Cal Vibes
2:30 – 3:00            DJ G-Roy
3:00 – 4:00            Sunny Rude
4:00 – 4:30            DJ Who
4:30 – 5:30            Split Finger
5:30-6:00              DJ Slowhand

Community Stage Lineup

11:00   Crown Point Jr. Music Academy
11:40   Skate This!
12:20   Tap Fever Dancers
1:10     PB Middle School Band
2:00     Indian Summer
3:10     SimmerDown Riddim Section
4:00     MBHS Preservationists
5:10     Big Daddy Blues Band

This is a totally free fest which will start at 11 AM and will go on till 6.30 PM. There are 21 paid parking lots in the festival. Free Valet Bike parking is also available on Thomas Ave. For more information, visit

Date: October 4


Boomont Park Fall Festival and Haunt

by David L on September 30, 2014

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to get into the scary spirit with the Boomont Park Fall Festival! Back for its second year, this time the festival will offer even more family-friendly Halloween festivities and fun!

Ride the giant Spooky Coaster or zip through the Superhero Zip Line & Rock Wall; Indulge in free Trick-or-Treating or get into Boomont Manor Haunted House to bring out the chills and thrills of the season! You can also give your favourite game a Halloween spin with the adventure-packed three flour maze of Zombie Laser Tag.  Other interesting attractions include Costume Contests, Pumpkin Patch & Painting and much more!

The festival will recur every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3rd October to 1st November and will be on from 5 PM to 10 PM on Friday and 11 AM to 10 PM on weekends. Although the entry to the festival is totally free, you will need to pay $8 per person for Zombie Laser Tag and $6 per person for Boomont Manor and Spooky Coaster. For more information, visit

Date: October 3 – November 1


La Mesa Oktoberfest

September 29, 2014

Get ready for a weekend filled with lots of fun, food and entertainment as the annual La Mesa Oktoberfest is back!  This annual free gala has been bringing together visitors and vendors from all over the region to La Mesa from past 41 years. La Mesa Chamber in partnership with the La Mesa Village Merchants [...]

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Adams Avenue Street Fair

September 25, 2014

This weekend participate in one of the largest free music street fairs in California – Adams Avenue Street Fair!   This two-day music festival occurs annually on the last weekend of September and offers fantastic entertainment for all-ages, all through the weekend.  Presented by the Adams Avenue Business Association, a non-profit organization, the mission of the [...]

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The Scream Zone

September 24, 2014

Get into the Halloween spirit with this year’s Del Mar Scream Zone! In its seventeenth year, the Scream Zone has brought together three of its most terrifying haunts along with some other attractions. Considered among the goriest, scariest, and screaming-est fright fests in Southern California, the Scream Zone’s most famous haunted attractions are Haunted Hayride where [...]

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Oktoberfest in El Cajon

September 23, 2014

Cultural holidays are always fun, however they become super fun when everyone gets in the spirit at the Oktoberfest in El Cajon! The annual Oktoberfest, will take place for two weekends, from the last weekend in September (September 26-28), to the first weekend in October (October 3-5).  To celebrate this tradition, come and enjoy authentic German [...]

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San Diego Film Festival 2014

September 22, 2014

If you are a movie buff, the 13th annual San Diego Film Festival is just for you!  San Diego Film Festival is one of the fastest growing Festivals in the country and guarantees to offer the best independent films in a premiere environment. Produced by the not-for-profit San Diego Film Foundation, the aim of the event [...]

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San Diego Restaurant Week

September 18, 2014

Treat your taste buds to a night out and take advantage of some fine dining at affordable prices with the San Diego Restaurant Week! In January and September of every year, Restaurant Week happens in San Diego and this time it is from September 21-26. Most people dine out for special occasions only and they have [...]

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Pacific Islander Festival

September 17, 2014

Pacific Islander Festival is a free event held with an aim to promote charitable and educational projects and to provide educational and cultural resources to everyone, especially indigenous people. The event also encourages and showcases traditional cultures, ancient historical data, languages, attitudes and values of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. The theme of this year’s celebration [...]

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Julian Music Festival

September 16, 2014

If you like music, this is the place to be in September! This is the 45th year of Julian Music Festival as it celebrates the end of summer with music. There will be a huge variety of music to please and soothe every ear; be it Bluegrass to celebrate the roots of the festival or Western ballads [...]

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