Here is what's going on in San Diego from Oct. 18-19
Gather up the kids and head to the Del Mar Fairgrounds for the San Diego Kids Expo. There are fun things kids can do, like run through obstacle courses, watch break dancers or play in inflatable jumpies. Parents will be able to stop by 150 booths, ranging from soccer coaches, swim instructors, music schools or even modeling agencies. Doors open at 10:00am.
The 37th annual Fall Arts and Crafts Fair kicks off at the Bernardo Winery. It's an all artisan fair, where all the works are hand-crafted. More than 125 hand-picked vendors from across southern California will be there.
It runs from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Country music fans will want to check out Countryfest at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds. Singer Sara Evans is one of the many performers you will see. It all starts at 3:00pm and all ages are welcome.
Sunday is your last day to check out the Harvest Festival at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. There are two huge buildings full of vendors selling everything from arts, crafts, gifts, jewelry and food. The festival opens at 10:00am and costs between $4 to $9 a ticket.
Head up to the north county for the Escondido Street Faire. There will be hundreds of booths, food and live entertainment for the whole family. It starts at 10:00am and runs until 6:00pm. It will be located on Grand Avenue between Centre City and Ivy Streets.
The Zac Brown Band comes to the Sleep Train Amphitheatre. The show starts at 7:00pm. Tickets start at $40.