San Diego To Dos This Weekend

Coronado Art Walk 2017

The art walk of the Coronado Ferry Landing is back again for a 2-day art show this weekend. Filled with paintings, photography, ceramics, woodwork, handmade jewelry, and more artistic items, there amazing opportunities for purchasing unique pieces of art. Filled with live music and activities for the whole family, stop by to experience beautiful work and fun! Admission is free and you can learn more at coronadoartwalk.com

Coronado Ferry Landing
1201 First St, Coronado
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday

Annual Thriller Flash Mob

Prepare yourself for the annual “Thriller” flash mob that happens in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park! Participants have prepared weeks at various locations to practice the Michael Jackson, iconic 1983 music video. These participants will descend on the park in scary zombie and ghoul costumes. Admission is free, so it would be a fun little expenditure for the family!

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park
4040 Twiggs St, San Diego
6:00 PM, Saturday

Street Food Cinema San Diego: Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”

Always a family friendly night under the stars, this event features live music with DJ M-Key, interactive games, and culinary cuisine prepared by some of Southern California’s gourmet food trucks. The movie, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, starts promptly at 8:00 PM, but the doors open at 5:30 PM this Saturday. Learn more at streetfoodcinema.com.

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
333 W. Harbor Dr., San Diego
$13-$21 for Adults
$6-$11 for Children (6-12)
Children 5 and under are free.

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