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Here are the top 5 things to do in San Diego in the incoming days. 

1. OneRepublic: Never Ending Summer Tour

North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
2050 Entertainment Cir, Chula Vista, CA

This American pop band from Colorado is swinging by this weekend for a wonderful night of live music. As part of their “Never Ending Summer Tour,” OneRepublic performs live at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre. OneRepublic has been one of the most popular bands in the pop genre over the past decade and a half, and have also been nominated for a Grammy in the past. 

2. BeerX Craft Beer & Music Festival

Waterfront Park
1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA

Enjoy some beers with your friends and family this Saturday, August 2020, along with some great music at Waterfront Park. This 21+ event will be from 1-4 p.m. There will be opportunities to taste several beer options from local breweries in San Diego, including some award-winning brews. 

3. Del Mar Taco & Beer Festival

Del Mar Racing
2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA

For locals who love tacos and beers, this event in Del Mar gives you the best of both worlds. Come celebrate a fun weekend with your friends and family at this festival, where there are over 50 local breweries and seltzers ready for you to try. There will also be tequila sampling and tacos from some of the best taco shops in San Diego. Live DJ will be present to provide a fun ambience for the public. 

4. Wake & Bake Bottomless Brunch at Tin Roof

Tin Roof
401 G St, San Diego, CA

Do you like brunch? Do you like mimosas? How about having both at the same time, in a bottomless fashion? Bottomless mimosas and live Reggae music blasting in the back while you spend time with your peers? Swing by Tin Roof starting at 11 a.m. to enjoy this type of Saturday. 

5. Barrio Logan Literacy Festival

Barrio Logan College Institute
2114 National Ave, San Diego, CA

This Saturday event is a great event for locals who appreciate the world of literacy. This festival will give new books to local kindergarten kids through eight-grade adolescents just in time for their new academic year. This is a fun opportunity for families to attend, though registration is REQUIRED in advance. An adult must accompany each student. 

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