San Diego in September Is What the locals live for.
San Diego is the place you to be if you are looking for sunshine and laid backs California vibes.
If you didn’t get the chance to get out of the house yet this summer and are still looking for a getaway, I higher recommend you consider San Diego in September. The sun is warm, and the water feels so refreshing. You always don’t have to worry about crowds and high season prices.
Here is our list of the best things to do in San Diego in September:
Top Events happening in San Diego during September:
Postponed to September 2021
The San Diego Bayfair is a high adrenaline event featuring thunder boat racing, tunnel hulls, drag boats, hydroplanes, and live music as well as specialty vendors and food, along and on the waters of Mission Bay.
The San Diego Blues Festival is the largest blues event in the city, which has been running for over ten years on the waterfront Embarcadero.
Celebrates Mexico’s independence from Spain with a fun day, including a parade, entertainment, traditional music, dance groups, Escaramuzas, and informational demonstrations that represent the activities enjoyed by the early settlers in San Diego in the 1800s.
– Sept. 27
Tecolote Shores North Park in Mission Bay Park
Celebrate the traditional art and sport of dragon boat racing. Enjoy the races, hand made boats, fine food, and entertainment.
Weekly Local Events During September in San Diego:
Tuesdays: Pacific Beach Farmers Market
Wednesdays: Ocean Beach Farmers Market and Drum Circles
Saturdays: Little Italy Farmers Market
Sundays: Hillcrest Farmers Market
Everyday – Locals Ride Free – San Diego Trolley Tours
San Diego is a great destination year-round. Many other extraordinary events are happening and listed on the San Diego Events website.
For September’s live music scene, the San Diego Reader has a great list of upcoming shows.
If you have any questions about other events happening in San Diego, please contact our receptionist at any of our local hostels.