San Diego February 2023

San Diego February 2023 Events

San Diego February 2023 Events

Wind Down from Winter on the West Coast

Average temperature low and high: 51° - 66°
Get a jump on all those Spring Break travelers and set your sights on San Diego this February. Winter rarely hits the west coast in full force, which means you can visit year-round and still have some outdoor fun. While you won't find yourself bumming at the beach yet, there will be plenty of concerts, festivals, and more to keep you busy. When it rains here, it pours, but we won't let the rainy days get you down. There is much to do indoors this February, too. Check it all out below! Some events may be postponed or different this year due to COVID-19, we will do our best to update this page with any new information.

February Event Calendar

Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience

Make sure you check out this highly talked about and sought-out exhibit. Successful in Europe, Asia, the Americas, and with over 2 million attendees in America, get a chance to experience the classic artworks of Van Gogh like never before. Surrounded by vibrant projections, you'll feel as if he painted you within one of his pieces. Tickets will sell fast, so get them while still available. Entry prices range from $47 to $63. More info and tickets are available online. 

Chris Lane

Country singer-songwriter Chris Lane will be performing at SOMA in San Diego. With his hits "Take Back Home Girl," and "Big, Big Plans," seeing him live is a must. Get tickets for Chris Lane here!

San Diego Chinese New Year Fair

San Diego Chinese New Year Fair

Kick off the Year of the Tiger at San Diego's Chinese New Year Fair.  Learn about Chinese culture, watch stunning dances and performances, and try spectacular foods - kids can even participate in various crafts and other fun activities.  Celebrate the New Year from the perspective of a different culture.

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Broken Yolks For Car Show Folks (Car Show)

Broken Yolks For Car Show Folks (Car Show)

Raise money for the Dallas Pugh Foundation while appeasing your love for automobiles, classic and new.  The Broken Yolks for Car Show Folks, hosted by the Broken Yolk Cafe, combines great food, fun music, and a wide range of cars on display to bring people together to bond over similar interests.  Whether you want to see a classic Corvette or a brand-new Jag, or if you don't know anything about cars and just want to learn, this event is sure to provide a day's worth of entertainment.

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San Diego Jazz Party

San Diego Jazz Party

Indulge in all things jazz for the weekend at the annual San Diego Jazz Party. Over 21 of the most renowned jazz musicians will be performing over the course of three days. Help support the jazz movement, and relax to some amazing music at the same time. 

Gaslamp Mardi Gras

Gaslamp Mardi Gras

Celebrate Mardi Gras in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter.  Enjoy delicious Creole food, find the best photo opportunities, and see live performances from a variety of entertainers.  After the sun goes down, take advantage of the Gaslamp Quarter's walkability and party-hop among the hottest bars.  With live music and a variety of drink specials, you're guaranteed to have fun.

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San Diego Events in February

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Things to do in San Diego

Things to Do in San Diego in February

Go paintball with friends at San Diego's Paintball Park

Go paintball with friends at San Diego's Paintball Park
San Diego Paintball Park has everything you need to have a fun-filled paintball fight with your friends or family. You can go solo and compete with strangers or bring a whole party with you! Prices start at $49 for each person, but parties of 6 or more can book 24 hours in advance and get a deal that would come out to $37 per person. Prices vary depending on which package you get.

Spend some time at Liberty Public Market

Spend some time at Liberty Public Market
Open 7 days a week, there's a little bit of everything at the Liberty Public Market.  It is located in an old Navy building with hip eateries, bars, specialty food, and craft vendors. You can walk around and see the art galleries, you can hang out in the park near by, or you can of course get something delicious to eat.