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Music, film, art and a street festival. The weekend’s here and it looks like a scorcher.

Here are some of the hottest events in town.

Carlsbad Music Festival

Free music by the beach. But the 12th Annual Carlsbad Music Festival offers more than just that.

With multiple performances to choose from at any time, dozens of adventurous bands, this three-day festival will expand your musical horizon.

There are 60 free concerts and three main-stage shows that require tickets.

The Carlsbad Music Festival starts at 4 p.m. Friday and goes through Sunday. Main-stage ticket prices varies.

San Diego International Kids’ Film Festival

This year, the San Diego International Kids’ Film Festival features films from China, Korea, Taiwan, Canada and more.

More than 70 films from 20 countries will be presented. The goal of the festival is to promote positive educational impact on children and youth.

The International Kids’ Film Festival span the weekend at the Carlsbad Library. Tickets range from $5 to $700.

Imperial Avenue Street Festival

The Imperial Avenue Street Festival celebrates the rich history, arts and culture of the Logan Heights. From its African-American roots to its current strong Latino influence.

The festival features live music on multiple stages along with four blocks of arts from local artists, crafts and food.

The Imperial Avenue Street Festival goes from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free.

11th Annual LeucadiART Walk

One of the most iconic seaside street in San Diego, Coast Highway 101 in Leucadia will transform into an art gallery this weekend.

The 11th Annual LeucadiART Walk is a revival of the 80s event. Local artwork lined the sidewalk along with live music stages, children art stations and a beer garden.

LeucadiART Walk goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The event is free.

Brew & Food Festival

In San Diego, we like our beer and we like discovering new beer. We also like our food. The inaugural Brew & Food Festival joins the best of brewing and culinary worlds.

The festival features more than 70 breweries and 20 of the region’s best foods.

Proceeds will benefit San Diego Coastkeeper in their mission to protect and restore fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters in San Diego County.

The Brew & Food Festival goes from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Waterfront Park. Tickets from from $20 t0 $105.