SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - It's a great weekend to run, rock, or reach for that second bowl of chili...
This weekend will see the end of the long-running Vans Warped Tour at SDCCU Stadium. The punk rock concert brings a ton of acts to San Diego, including performances this year by The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Simple Plan, and more.
Also this weekend, the Tony Gwynn 5.5K returns to a new location at Lake Poway. Why 5.5? Gwynn was known to hit baseballs between third base and shortstop, known as the 5.5 gap.
Don't see anything interesting? Check our 10News event calendar for even more local happenings!
Also the Ocean Beach annual street fair and chili cook-off is back with a delicious chili competition, local art, tons of vendors, entertainment, and much more.
Here's what's happening this weekend:
Where: 3201 Hoover Ave., National City; Cost: Free
Coronado Beach Harley-Davidson will host a free skate show with pro-skateboarder Greg Lutzka and OC Ramps. Check out the show, food trucks, and raffles, to benefit Workshop for Warriors.
Where: Powerhouse Park; Cost: $85 - $1200
Del Mar's best eateries will be out serving up delicious eats, and wines and beers during the Summer Solstice event, featuring music from Sully and the Blue-Eyed Soul Band.
Where: SDCCU Stadium; Cost: $45
It's the Vans Warped Tour's final visit to San Diego. Head to SDCCU Stadium to catch 3OH!3, Reel Big Fish, All Time Low, Simple Plan, Taking Back Sunday, The Used, and other punk rockers perform on the show's farewell tour.
Where: Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve; Cost: Free
Grab a picnic basket and blanket and head to Santee Lakes for a movie under the stars. This week, catch Lego Batman playing on the big screen. Parking is $10 and a snack bar, food trucks, and fun activities will be available.
Where: Lake Poway; Cost: $5 - $100
AleSmith Brewing and the Tony & Alicia Gwynn Foundation pay tribute to "Mr. Padre" with a 5.5K at Lake Poway, where a memorial statue of Gwynn already sits. Runners and walkers will also be able to enjoy a post-race party with live music, a kids fun zone, food trucks, and beer.
Where: Ocean Beach Pier; Cost: Free
Check out the sights, sounds, and smells of the OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off this weekend, featuring a chili competition (don't worry, there are other things to eat), amazing local art, entertainment, shopping, and more. Chili will be awarded for Hottest Chili, Judges' Award, and People's Choice Award.
Where: Waterfront Park; Cost: Free
In honor of United Nations International Day of Yoga, a free yoga festival will be held at Waterfront Park this weekend. Check out yoga classes, live music, vendors or breakout classes.
Where: Adams Ave., from University Heights to Hillcrest; Cost: $35 - $40
Get your taste buds ready! Taste of Adams Avenue returns as 48 restaurants, pubs, coffee houses, and more open their doors for special tastes of their dishes and drinks.