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The Tremont Collective offers a new North County hang – First Fridays. Photo credit: tremontcollective.com

The late-winter heat didn’t last, but hey, the sun’s going to be out this San Diego weekend, perfect for the outdoor hangs, concerts and fests cropping up ahead of spring.

Tremont Collective in Oceanside, a 3,400-square foot outdoor venue, begins its First Fridays series this month with a punk-rock theme. Suede Denim Secret Police brings the live music while the food and drink come from Shootz Fish + Beer, Bottlecraft, Communal Coffee and more. There’s a 6 p.m. raffle and an added bonus – “Stab in the Dark” episode 3 premieres at 7 p.m.

San Diego Museum Month just ended, but don’t despair – San Diego Theater Week has the discounts now. Snag tickets for as low as $15 through March 13 for shows at venues all over San Diego County, including …

San Diego Repertory Theatre for The Great Khan, which continues Friday, one day after its opening. The comedy, running through March 27, “builds whole kingdoms out of its characters’ imaginations,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle, focusing on Jayden, a Black teen who does a good deed – and faces the fallout. And has an encounter with historic baddie Genghis Khan. General admission starts at $48. Weekend shows begin at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 7 p.m. Sunday.

The CRSSD Festival opens its weekend stint at Waterfront Park at noon Saturday with Glass Animals, Jeff Mills and Get Real headlining Saturday, while Four Tet, Sam Paganini and Sofi Tukker do the honors Sunday. Explore performers of electronic music on three stages and if that’s not enough, there’s the “After Dark” bill too. The full weekend pass costs $239, while day passes remain only for Sunday, at $127.

Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego celebrates its centennial with a free performance by the Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment at noon Saturday. The detachment is comprised of three units from Marine Barracks Washington D.C. – the U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and Marine Corps Color Guard.

Want a bayside buffet? SeaWorld San Diego opens the Seven Seas Food Festival this weekend, with a full complement of international cuisines and beverage tastings, and live music on multiple stages too. The fest continues every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through May 1. Tickets this weekend start at $80, with add-on packages available for the nibbles.

Country superstar Garth Brooks brings his “Stadium Tour” to Petco Park at 7 p.m. Saturday. But you must hit the resale market if you want to see his first local appearance in seven years – the show is officially sold out.

The new exhibit at the Comic-Con Museum, the latest addition to Balboa Park, focuses on artist Dave Stevens and “The Rocketeer.” It’s a big year for celebrating the late Stevens. His iconic creation turns 40 in April and this summer, a documentary about him, Dave Stevens: Drawn to Perfection, debuts. The exhibit opens Saturday and runs through the end of July. Admission costs $20.