From Cinco de Mayo in Old Town, to bugs paired with local beers in Balboa Park, to Bluegrass music in East County, there’s a lot going on! After the break are the top things to do in San Diego this weekend.
More than just tacos and tequila, celebrating Cinco de Mayo in San Diego is full of rich, cultural offerings and fun for the whole family. From the first annual Mariachi Festival to the 30th annual Fiesta Old Town, this fifth of May find yourself the perfect place to celebrate the music, food and fun of the Mexican culture.
Any time is right for celebrating San Diego’s ethnic diversity. But May presents us with a triptych – a chance to join the city’s Mexican, Italian and Portuguese communities as they celebrate their heritage.
Cinco de Mayo in San Diego doesn’t get any better…and on a weekend? Fabulous! After the break are my 5 to Try for this weekend. What will you be doing?
San Diego is celebrating Cinco de Mayo in a big way. Check out these five fiestas that celebrate Cinco de Mayo throughout the weekend. Old Town San Diego is the place to be for authentic Mexican food and entertainment for San Diego’s Cinco de Mayo celebration. On May 5th, Fiesta de Reyes, El Fandango and […]
San Diego is celebrating Cinco de Mayo in a big way; check out these five weekend fiestas: The 27th Annual Old Town Fiesta Cinco de Mayo takes place this Saturday and Sunday in Old Town State Historic Park. This FREE event features music and entertainment on five stages, a special kids area, delicious Mexican cuisine […]