Eric Hutchinson at Birch Aquarium

Eric Hutchinson, who has been likened to Jason Mraz, Ben Folds and Billy Joel, will stop at Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, for this month’s Green Flash Seaside Concert. Starting at 6pm on Wednesday, July 16, the singer-songwriter will perform for a 21 and up crowd on the aquarium’s outdoor tide-pool plaza. Catering provided by Rock Bottom Brewery and Restaurant will be available for purchase, as attendees can experience the aquarium after-hours, and keep an eye out for the real “green flash”, while supporting the mission of Birch Aquarium at Scripps and its newest exhibit, Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge.

Located on 2300 Expedition Way, in La Jolla California admission is $20-25. For reservations call (858) 534-4109 or visit

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