Spring in San Diego means Art Alive at The San Diego Museum of Art. A loved and eagerly anticipated tradition, Art Alive celebrates the stunning works of art on display in the Museum with more than 100 floral interpretations created by top local and national designers.
La Jolla Concours D’Elegance! Historic La Jolla, California has long been the destination for the finer things in life. Breathtaking coastlines, exceptional cuisine, elegant homes, exquisite shopping and of course fine automobiles have been staples in this luxurious locale since the 1880s.
The La Jolla Historical Society will pay tribute to some of the world’s finest automobiles at the La Jolla Concours D’Elegance, at the beautiful Ellen Browning Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove.
For additional information including sponsorship and tickets, visit the La Jolla Concours D’Elegance Website.
This annual event provides marine attractions for the whole family, and especially the sportfishing enthusiast. Boat rides on San Diego Bay, displays by marine artists and fishing tackle experts, great food, entertainment, fishing seminars, open house aboard sportfishing boats, kid’s fishing, contests, prizes and more!
The annual Chicano Park Day celebration will take place in historic Chicano Park, located in the Logan Heights community, south of downtown San Diego under the San Diego-Coronado bridge. This family event is free and open to the public.
Established by Chicano activists on April 22, 1970, Chicano Park has received international recognition as a major public art site for its commanding mural paintings of the past and present struggle of Mexican and Chicano history. Chicano Park has been listed on the California Register of Historical Resources since 1997, on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 and designated a National Historic Landmark in January 2017.
San Diego’s Original Fine Art Festival, Mission Federal ArtWalk, brings together all facets of the arts for free public celebrations. Our April art festival is the longest-running and largest art festival in Southern California. Founded by local artists in 1984, the event now attracts artists from across the globe, and art lovers travel to San Diego to immerse themselves in all things creative during the festival.
More than just art events, the festival gives attendees the opportunity to bring their families and participate in interactive art installations.
The annual EarthFair in Balboa Park is the largest free annual environmental fair in the world. Each year, the EarthFair draws around 60,000 visitors. Produced by 300 volunteers, EarthFair features more than 300 exhibitors, special theme areas, a Food Pavilion, a special Children’s Activity Area, four entertainment venues, the Children’s Earth Parade, the eARTh Gallery arts and crafts show, and the Cleaner Car Concourse.