San Diego is full of music this week: a country music festival, the Flower Power tour, a tragic opera and a special way to support Ukraine. You can enjoy great theater in Solana Beach and a fun car show in Santee.
Advent flower power tour
The California Flower Power Tour kicks off this week featuring artists who are part of the hottest and hottest bands in town today. If you like music inspired by the Mamas and The Papas and similar bands, this concert is for you.
The local fair will be held at Grand Escondido on Saturday at 1 p.m. Tickets start at $35 and you can meet and greet some of the teams with an optional VIP ticket.
The cherry orchard opens.
North Shore Repertory Theater presents The Cherry Orchard through April 2.
Anton Chekhov's beloved 1903 masterpiece is a rich portrait of the human condition woven into a humorous and memorable story. With universal themes of social crises, love, loss, heartbreak, envy and lust, The Cherry Fruit is as relevant and powerful today as ever.
The local production is directed by David Ellenstein and stars Richard Byrd, Ted Barton, Michael Louis Cusimano, Amanda Evans, Jackson Goldberg, Sofia Jean Gomez, Katie McNicol, Riley Osborne, Michael Raver, James Thomas Snyder, James Sotorius, Kathy Tang, John. . Tesmer and Bruce Tork.
North Shore Repertory Theater is located at 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach.
Tosca at the Civic Theatre
Puccini's Tosca is full of the drama you've come to expect, and you can catch the performance this week on Saturday, March 25. More sophisticated Italian operas follow.
The opera is sung in Italian with English and Spanish subtitles. After the show, you can stay to meet the cast and ask questions about the drama backstage and onstage.
More information and tickets are available at sdopera.org/shows/tosca.
They offer good walks and friends
Today from 1pm to 5pm at Pacific Island Brewing Company, 8665 Argent St. cent.
You can enjoy food, beer, raffles, prizes, contests and other entertainment while watching some delicious games.
Support Ukraine and enjoy a special concert dedicated to Jewish culture today at a special event organized by Yiddishland and the UCSD Jewish Studies Program.
The event will take place today at 5:00 pm at a private residence in Scripps Ranch, where three of the world's most sought-after klezmer musicians will sing different stories from the lives of Ukrainian Jews.
Buy tickets, including virtual tickets, at yddishlandcalifornia.org.
KSON country festival
San Diego country station, 103.7, will once again host the KSON Country Fest this year, Saturday, March 25 at Petco Park. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. The cast includes Lee Price, Parmalee, Easton Corbin, Dillon Carmichael and Hannah Ellis.
Read a book about Federer
On Thursdays, the Coronado Historical Society presents "The Masters: Roger Federer's Long and Beautiful Game" as a lecture and wine series.
In his New York Times bestseller The Master, author Christopher Cleary discusses the biography of Roger Federer.