Calander of events coming up this summer!

July 26 - North PB "Sip and Stroll"

The 3rd Annual Advent Real Estate
North PB Sip ‘N Stroll presented by Turquoise Cellars
 benefiting the Bike Friendly Business District of Discover Pacific Beach is back for it's 3rd installment. The North PB Sip N Stroll is a Pacific Beach Area Business Marketing Street Fair promoting the residents, businesses & community organizations of this wonderful and supporting neighborhood.

On Sunday, July 26th, 2015 from 11:00am to 5:00pm, this FREE to attend & FAMILY FRIENDLY event promotes and uncovers the Pacific Beach Community brick & mortar and “from-home” businesses we all love. Last year packed Cass St between Loring & Opal St with an estimated 6,000 + neighbors throughout the day. This proved to be a great opportunity to meet your neighbors and familiarize yourself with all of the local Businesses in our Beautiful neighborhood we love so much

The 3rd Annual
 North PB Sip ‘N Stroll will be better than ever with the Westcoaster Beer & Wine Garden and the newly added PB Town Council Community & Kid's Corner. This year we are raising money for the Bike Friendly Business District of Discover Pacific Beach.

See more on https://www.sipnstrollpb.com/

Aug 1 - Island Vibe Music Festival

Come sit back, relax and listen an exciting line up of Polynesian music artists performing smooth reggae music! On August 1st The Island Vibe Music Festival will be happening from 4pm - 10pm Qualcomm Stadium Practice Field. Enjoy a day filled with great music and lots of good vibes.

See the full line up and details on http://islandvibemusicfestival.com/

Aug 1 - Ziggy Marley

Reggae Fest with Ziggy Marley! Come dance to the rhythm of reggae all day. The band Tribal Theory and DJ Carlos Culture will play throughout the racing day in the concert area west of the grandstand. On the main stage, the opening band, The Devastators, will be followed by the headliner, reggae legend Ziggy Marley. The concert on the main stage will begin shortly after the last horse race, scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
See the full line up and details on https://www.dmtc.com/calendar/detail/R%20FEST

Aug 7-9 - Heiva San Diego

The Heiva San Diego 2015, a Polynesian celebration representing Tahiti has positioned herself as the bridge between French Polynesia and the United States sharing our culture with multi-ethnic Polynesian communities.

The Fed of Ori Tahiti and the Conservatoire of Tahiti have given its endorsement to Heiva San Diego!

An event of celebration on the 8th and the 9th of August 2015 filled with the richness of our Polynesian culture which advocates supreme values! It is an experience our guests will never forget. We celebrate friendship, music, dancing, drumming, singing, arts & crafts and islands spirits! Come escape with us into our Tropical paradise. This will be a fun and family-oriented event!

The liveliness of Heiva San Diego cannot exist without your participation and support of our social and economic partners for whom we thank very much.

See more on http://heivasandiego.com/index.html

September 4-6 - E Hula Mau

The 21st annual E Hula Mau® (Hula Lives) Hula & Chant Competition is a celebration of Hawaiian culture and hosts Southern California’s only Hula and Chant Competition, presented by Nā Mamo® (The Cherished Offspring), a non-profit organization. Returning to the Terrace Theatre at the “Long Beach Performing Arts Center” Labor Day Weekend, September 4, 5 & 6, 2015.  E Hula Mau® will feature live performances, arts and crafts, interactive workshops, and the flavor of island foods.

See schedule and details on http://www.ehulamau.org/

Septmber 26-27 - PIFA

The Pacific Island Festival this year honors the legacies of the "Heroes of the Pacific" in a two-day festival filled with food, music and culture! So save the weekend and experience the Pacific spirit right here in San Diego!

See the schedule and events on http://www.pifasandiego.com/index.htm

 

 

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  • Christine Nagy - August 31, 2016

    What is your ukulele lesson schedule. I would be a brand new player. I have a baritone ukulele that belonged to my mother.

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