Here is what's going on in San Diego from Sept. 27-28
One of the largest free music street fairs in the state kicks off along Adams Avenue in the heart of Normal Heights. Some say the two-day event is like a free street scene with more than 90 bands performing. There's something for the entire family. On Saturday, the festival runs from 10:00am to 10:00pm.
You can head up to Carlsbad for Art Splash. It will feature beautiful chalk art, as well as Taiko drummers, and Bluegrass bands.It goes until 6:00pm along Armada Drive.
Mission Beach will commemorate 100 years with a centennial festival and barbecue competition. The festivities run between Belmont Park and Ventura Boulevard. More than 15,000 people are expected to attend. It starts at 11:00am.
Oktoberfest season is here and Sunday you can catch it at the Hotel Del in Coronado. There will be a beer garden, bratwurst and sauerkraut. You must be 21 and up. It starts at noon.
You can get in some exercise at sunset for a good cause. The Solana Beach Sunset 5K kicks off at 4:00pm. Funds raised benefit the San Diego County Medical Society Foundation and Jump Start for Health. After the race, there will be live music and a wellness expo.
It's the day tens of thousands of San Diegans have been waiting for-- the Paul McCartney concert at Petco Park. The concert kicks off at 8:00pm and it's expected to last for about three hours.