Top 8 Labor Day Weekend Activities in San Diego

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1. Come Fall in Love – The DDLJ Musical (Sep 1 – 16oct)

Come Fall in Love opens Thursday at Old Globe. Simran’s European summer is described. Simran’s story spans Boston, Europe, and India, where her family wants an arranged marriage. This Dilwale musical promises new songs. | 1363 Old Globe Way, Balboa Park

2. Farewell to Summer Arts Festival (Sep 3)

Teatro San Diego hosts a free arts festival at City Heights Performance Annex. The festival will feature food trucks, games, interactive booths, community artists, and Teatro SD’s performing arts students.| 3795 Fairmount Avenue, City Heights

3. Julian Grape Stomp Fiesta

Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Julian’s Menghini Winery will host the annual Grape Stomp Fiesta. There’ll be live music and food. $20 includes a wine glass and stomping; $30 for shaded seating. $1 admission and tastings. | 1150 Julian Orchards Drive, Julian

4. Lil Jon at Parq Nightclub

Lil Jon will perform in Atlanta on Saturday. Since the early ’90s, the music legend has influenced Dirty South and national club music. He’ll make a rare SoCal appearance after decades as a Las Vegas DJ. | 615 Broadway, Downtown

5. BOARDED! A New Pirate Adventure

This Saturday at 10:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., San Diego Maritime Museum’s interactive pirate show returns. Guests will learn about life at sea as they join the pirate’s crew. Under-12 tickets are $25. Adult tickets are $60. Walkup tickets are still available. | 1492 North Harbor Drive, Embarcadero

6. Jazz at the Creek 2022 (Sep 3 – 4)

11th Annual Jazz at the Creek’s theme is “We Are One.” Will Downing will headline Sunday’s “Sophisticated Soul” Kelly Cole and John Phillips host weekend jazz performances. | 310 Euclid Ave, Lincoln Park

7. Swedish House Mafia (Sep 4)

SDM plays Pechanga Arena on Sunday. “Paradise Again” features the Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, Ty Dolla Sign, and more. This is the group’s first large-scale tour since 2013, so expect a big show in San Diego. | 3500 Sports Arena Boulevard, Midway

8. Fresh Glass Fest 2

San Diego’s women and BIPOC food and alcohol innovators return for the “Fresh Glass” festival. DJs and Kendrick Dial & The Lyrical Groove will also perform. $125 gets you ten tastings, a souvenir cup, and a bag. | 340 North Escondido Boulevard, Escondido

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