Excitement for San Diego in June 2022
Are you looking for some exciting things to do in San Diego in June of 2022? Here’s a list of just some of the happening things going on in San Diego County this June. From the 93.3 Summer Kick Off Concert to the San Pasqual Pow Wow, the Kona Kai Resort Luau, the A.R. Valentien Wine Tasting, the La Mesa Flag Day Parade , Santee Lakes Night Fishing, a teen trip to Disneyland, a marathon, the Kile Morgan Golf Tournament, the Smooth Jazz Festival and of course one of the most exciting things to do in San Diego – San Diego County Fair
Ten-time GRAMMY Award winner Arturo Sandoval is fluent in at least four
musical languages. He can burn through an Afro-Cuban groove, tear up a
bebop tune, soar over a Mozart concerto, and soothe you with a luscious
ballad, all with equal power and grace.
8-10pm / The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, La Jolla
858-459-3728 / www.ljms.org
Channel 93.3 has just released the lineup for the 2022 Summer Kick Off on
Friday, June 3! Join us at Gallagher Square with special guests 5 Seconds
of Summer, Becky G, Charlie Puth, Tate McRae, & Gayle.
6:30-10pm / PETCO Park, San Diego
619-795-5000 / https://channel933.iheart.com
Established in 1950, Western Days is the historic and premiere annual
event celebrating Valley Center’s western heritage.
See website for schedule. / Visit Valley Center
760-440-8293 / www.westerndays.org
The San Diego Folk Heritage will host the Annual Sam Hinton Folk Festival
at Old Poway Park. This wonderful outdoor event will feature musical
performances, musical workshops, group jams and an open mic stage. A
great variety of folk music will be offered including Bluegrass, Olde Time,
Irish music, and more.
11am-5pm / Old Poway Park
858-668-4576 / www.poway.org
La Mesa Village along La Mesa Blvd. from Memorial Drive to Acacia Ave.
619-463-6611 / www.cityoflamesa.us/1665/Flag-Day-Parade
You’ll be transported to the tropical islands without ever having to leave
7-10pm / Kona Kai Resort and Spa, San Diego
619-452-3138 / www.resortkonakai.com
The day promises to be filled with brews, bites, and beats as attendees
stroll along Third Avenue tasting the best of the best from over 30 local
breweries, distilleries and wineries, live music and local food vendors.
12-4pm / Third Avenue and Memorial Park, Chula Vista
619-615-1092 / www.thirdavenuevillage.com
For seniors, families and caregivers. Resource exhibitors, wellness activities,
prize drawings, speakers, raffles and more!
8am-4pm / Fallbrook Health & Wellness Center
760-723-7570 / www.foundationforseniorcare.org
Come on out for a super fun day and help raise money for the AMAZING
Gardening Program at Julian Elementary School! This program is run
by some all-star educators who love kids and gardening! And they sure
could use some help with continuing funding for this stellar program that
engages kids with hands-on education and develops a love for growing
9am-4pm / 4425 Hwy 78, Santa Ysabel
951-847-1904 / https://www.fortcross.com/farmtouradventure
Bringing the fun to the run since 1998, Heineken 0.0 Rock ‘n’ Roll Running
Series San Diego is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Starting at
Balboa Park and finishing in Downtown San Diego, you’ll explore up to
eight well-known neighborhoods and experience an insider tour that even
the locals rave about.
6:15am-3pm / Sixth Ave & Quince St at Balboa Park
This summer, the San Diego County Fair returns to the Del Mar Fairgrounds
with power-packed plans to celebrate the action-packed pop culture
superheroes from comic books and the silver screen, to those awe-inspiring
community heroes we’ve found right in our own neighborhoods.
11am-10pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
858-755-1161 / https://sdfair.com/
Jack Innis of San Diego Legends fame will share the story of Nick Connell,
the self-described “Torrey Pines Hermit” who lived in a hand-dug, two-room cave at Torrey Pines State Nature Reserve from 1971 to 1990. Innis will also discuss how Connell, or for that matter how anybody, could
become a hermit. You don’t want to miss this charismatic speaker.
5:30-7pm / Coronado Historical Association & Museum
619-435-7242 / www.coronadohistory.org
Join us for a night of fishing in Lakes 1-4. No state fishing license is
required, only a permit from the General Store. Adults $10, Jrs & Seniors
$6, Extra pole stamp $4. Bring your lanterns!
5-11:30pm / Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve
619-596-3141 / www.santeelakes.com
Calling all Mouseketeers! School’s out and it’s time to celebrate! And what
better place to start your summer than at Disneyland! With big thrills,
Big Thunder Mountain, and BIG fun-you’re not going to want to miss
out on one magical second! Admission, transportation, and breakfast are
8am-11pm / Community Park, Poway
858-668-4671 / www.poway.org
The San Diego Smooth Jazz Festival unites music lovers from around
the world at the picturesque site of The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park. This
two-day event combines the soothing sounds of smooth jazz, a variety of
delicious cuisine, and an amazing atmosphere that creates an unparalleled
See website for schedule. / Rady Shell at Jacobs Park, San Diego
562-424-0443 / www.sandiegosmoothjazzfestival.com
Have you been looking for an opportunity to show off your cornhole skills?
Well, do we have the event for you.
North Beach, Imperial Beach
619-431-8632 / www.imperialbeachathleticclub.org
Join us for the return of our ultimate celebration of tart and tasty ales!
Whether you’ve been to every SourFest or this is your first, start your
Sunday in our beautiful gardens with a mouthwatering selection of sour
beers from around the world.
10am-1pm / Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens, Escondido
Fun flicks at the pool are back! Float along, lay out on a lounger, or relax
on the veranda for one of our favorite movie classics. Don’t forget to dive
into themed specialty bevies and bites.
7-10pm / Hope 46 Restaurant, San Diego
619-296-2101 / www.lafayettehotelsd.com/dining/hope-46
Del Mar Summer Solstice is back! Welcome the summer with delicious
food and drinks, fun music, ocean views, and beachy, good vibes.
5-8pm / Powerhouse Park, Del Mar
858-735-3650 / www.visitdelmarvillage.com
Join Chappellet Winery’s Dominic and Amy Chappellet (Proprietors),
along with A.R. Valentien’s Executive Chef Kelli Crosson, and Advanced
Sommelier Paul Krikorian for a special multi-course meal of seasonal
bounty with some of the state’s most notable wines.
6-8pm / A.R. Valentien – The Lodge at Torrey Pines, La Jolla
858-453-4420 / www.lodgetorreypines.com
The City of Poway presents free Summer Movies in the Park! Bring a
blanket and enjoy a family-friendly movie under the stars. Movies will be
shown on a giant, cinema-quality screen. Bring your favorite snacks or a
picnic dinner; food will NOT be available for purchase. Parking at Poway
Community Park is free but can fill up fast; come early and get a good seat!
6:30-10pm / Community Park, Poway
858-668-4671 / www.poway.org
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement is the world’s largest
peer-to-peer fundraising event dedicated to saving lives from cancer. For
over 35 years, communities across the world have come together to honor
and remember loved ones and take action for lifesaving change.
9am / San Dieguito Sports Complex, Carlsbad
760-931-8400 / www.carlsbad.org
This hilarious interactive show puts visitors right in the middle of the pirate
action. Participants will be sworn in as part of the ship crew, trained how to
navigate, sword fight, bail water from a sinking ship, escape from the King’s
Jail, swab the deck and other pirate skills. Performances are 90 minutes.
10:30am or 12:45pm / Maritime Museum of San Diego
The Annual Switchfoot BRO-AM will feature a surf contest, live music
performances, and nerf surf jousting exposition between surf contest
7am-5pm / Moonlight Beach, Encinitas
Join us for our annual powwow.
All day / 27700 Kunyaaw Path, Valley Center
(760) 651-5143 / www.powwows.com
The National City Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 8th Annual
Kile Morgan Tournament.
11am-5pm / Chula Vista Golf Course, Bonita
619-477-9339 / www.nationalcitychamber.org
Love A Clean San Diego County and the City of Encinitas invite San Diego
County residents to celebrate and learn about all things zero waste!
10am-1pm / EUSD Farm Lab, Encinitas
760-633-2859 / www.encinitasca.gov
Formed in 2009, BETAMAXX has been captivating audiences all over
Southern California with their authentic ‘80s live music experience. Packed
with ultra-high energy, this 7-piece group delivers a non-stop, nostalgia filled rock concert that keeps the dance floor packed from beginning to
5:30-7pm / Lake Poway
858-668-4772 / www.poway.com
There are two courses to choose from an international course and a sprint
course, whichever you choose you’re guaranteed a great ride. Both races
take place at the Spanish landing Park located on Harbor Drive across
from the San Diego International Airport. The race benefits Father Joe’s
Villages, San Diego’s largest homeless services provider.
6am / Spanish Landing Park