Find all the major events in San Diego this season.
The 33rd San Diego International Jewish Film Festival returns to the David & Dorothea Garfield Theatre in La Jolla from February 15 – 26, showcasing 35 of the best contemporary Jewish-related films. This festival is known to be one of the country's most prestigious Jewish film festivals.
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a new exhibition created in partnership with the National Geographic Society, will bring the magic and mystery of Ancient Egypt to the San Diego area, opening at the Wyland Center at the Del Mar Fairgrounds for a limited-run from January 27 – March 26. With nine galleries to explore, the exhibit unlocks the 3,300-year-old story of King Tut – his rule as a child pharaoh, his family, the discovery of his tomb and the mysteries surrounding his early death, and his journey to the afterlife.
Gator By The Bay-Zydeco, Blues & Crawfish Festival is returning to San Diego Bay May 11 – 14. The Mardi Gras-themed music and food festival will feature 100+ live musical acts & performances on seven stages, wooden dance floors, shade, green grass and plenty of fun for the kids. Gator By The Bay's French Quarter Food Court will serve authentic Cajun, Creole and Southern culinary delights, including gumbo, jambalaya, beignets and 10,000 pounds of crawfish from Louisiana.
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