Top Concerts In San Diego This Week

All the amazing shows and artists await in our list of top concerts in San Diego this week. Have fun!

Thursday, February 2

RJ – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Closely associated with DJ Mustard and YG, a South Central rapper whose early underground hits included “Ride wit Me” and “Get Rich.”


J.I.D & Smino – SOMA San Diego

Doors 7PM

IID is an East Atlanta-born-and-raised rapper signed to J Cole’s label for his stunning technical abilities and versatile rhyme styles. | Smino is a St. Louis rapper/singer who combines hip-hop with funk and soul influences inspired by Kanye West and Dungeon Family.


Peltokoski, Thayer, and Mozart – California Center for the Arts

Show 7:30PM

In his United States conducting debut, the 22-year old Filipino-Finnish sensation Tarmo Peltokoski leads the Orchestra in Sibelius’ awe-inspiring anthem and ode to Finland, the gorgeous Symphony No. 2.


M.A.G.S. – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Los Angeles-based artist, Elliott Douglas, or better known as M.A.G.S. has a universal appeal that will hook you into his music in just a snap of a finger. He can switch between genres so seamlessly and his musicianship is such a marvel to witness.


Save Ferris – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 7:30PM

California’s Save Ferris is a ska and pop-punk outfit showcasing lead vocalist, Monique Powell. Save Ferris shows continue to climb in entertainment value while finding a resurrection into new audiences of all ages all over the world.


Friday, February 3

Ziggy Marley – The Sound

Show 8PM

Both as the leader of the Melody Makers and later as a solo artist, Ziggy Marley asserted his individual role as a reggae star, honoring the socially conscious values of his family’s legacy while securing his own space in global music and culture.


RJD2 – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

RJD2 is a shape-shifting DJ and producer whose music spans underground hip-hop, electronic indie pop, and more.


The Moss: Winter Tour – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

The Moss is a surfy alternative pop band whose breezy, whimsical sound formed on the shores of Oahu. The quartet’s lowkey aesthetic is the perfect antidote for stressful days.


Grateful Shred – Belly Up

Doors 8:30PM, Show 9:30PM

Far from being a historical re-enactment, Grateful Shred’s laissez faire vibe infuses the band with a gentle spirit, warmth, and (dare we say it) authenticity. From their killer merch game to their eminently watchable YouTube channel, they’re clearly having a rad time and spreading the love.


Kimonos – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

The Kimonos music build a deep connection with their audience through a mix of afro and melodic house, combined with personal style and trending tunes.


Brodie Stewart – Moonshine Flats

Show 10PM

The Brodie Stewart Band’s high octane show has been touring the west coast opening up for top recording artists such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Frankie Ballard, Parmalee, Jon Pardi, and many more.


JVNA – Nova SD

Show 9:30PM

JVNA (pronounced Jana) is a 22-year-old LA based producer who is constantly blurring the lines between heart pounding and melodic music.


Sun Room – SOMA San Diego

Doors 7PM

A surf rock band from Southern California, Sun Room was formed in the summer of 2020 by singer/guitarist, Luke Asgian. Sun Room’s music sounds like summer brought about by the beach culture and sunny town they grew up on.


JT Harker Live – Moonshine Beach

Show 10PM

Opening for established country artists Jake Owen, Rodney Atkins, Hardy, High Valley, Chase Bryant, Josh Thompson, Josh Abbot Band, Muscadine Bloodline, Devin Dawson, RaeLynn and Love and Theft, among others, JT and his ultra talented band rapidly made a name for themselves with their high-energy stage show.


Saturday, February 4

YG – Viejas Arena

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

The “brazy” yet “bool” West Coast rapper first achieved Hot 100 status with the players anthem “Toot It and Boot It” (2010) and has continually reaffirmed his commercial appeal with a string of Top Ten albums.


Ziggy Marley – The Sound

Show 8PM

Both as the leader of the Melody Makers and later as a solo artist, Ziggy Marley asserted his individual role as a reggae star, honoring the socially conscious values of his family’s legacy while securing his own space in global music and culture.


Nicky Romero – Nova SD

Show 9:30PM

Nicky Romero has progressed from being a young, musical wunderkind to become one of the most influential artists of his time. As a DJ, producer and mogul whose label is at the forefront of modern electronic dance music, it goes without saying that Nicky is a force to be reckoned with.


Danny Ocean: Tour 2023 – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Singer/producer Danny Ocean slowly rose to global fame with his record-breaking song “Me Rehúso.” Blending Latin rhythms, EDM production, and pop hooks, he eventually amassed over a billion streams with that single alone, while other tracks from his 2019 album 54+1 also did numbers in the hundreds of millions


Grateful Shred – Belly Up

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

After a meteoric rise from obscurity to a national touring band, Los Angeles-based Grateful Shred has made the most of its time in the spotlight. The lineup, featuring Dan Horne and Austin McCutchen alongside keyboardist Adam MacDougall woke the Grateful Dead cosmos with a unique laid-back harmony driven sound.


Camarada Presents The Essence Of Tango – The Baker-Baum Concert Hall

Show 7:30PM

Join Camarada to explore the wide range of tango from the 1900’s all the way to TODAY with the exciting world premiere of “Tango Bajo el Agua” by renowned Argentine Composer-In-Residence Andrés Martín.


The Floozies – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Brothers Matt and Mark Hill are the sonic visionaries behind electronic-funk powerhouse, The Floozies. Certified heavyweights in the world of jam and future-groove, the Kansas City-based tandem champion authentic funk in the digital age.


YG Concert After Party – Parq Nightclub

Show 9PM

YG is returning to Parq to claim his throne! Come join this amazing after party with us!


Brodie Stewart – Moonshine Beach

Show 10PM

At a young age, Stewart’s favorite things to do were going to the Rodeo, listening to country music, singing and playing guitar. Soon enough, Brodie formed and fronted a southern rock band and had the good fortune of touring the country opening up for big artists in front of sold out arenas.


Yacht Rock Revue – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

From humble beginnings, Yacht Rock Revue now headlines sold-out shows across the country, playing 120-150 shows a year, mastering Tacht Rocks’ slick chords and mellow grooves, partying like it’s 1979.


JT Harker – Moonshine Flats

Show 10PM

Born and bred in San Jose, California, JT Harker’s desire to perform came from attending countless concerts at nearby Shoreline Amphitheatre.


Sunday, February 5

Twisted Gypsy – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

“MORE THAN JUST A TRIBUTE”, Twisted Gypsy takes you back to the early days of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip and the heyday of 70’s Rock ’n Roll. They will transport you back in time to memories you forgot you had with their passion, ULTRA HIGH ENERGY, stellar all-live harmonies, fun stage banter AND RAW, TRACK-FREE performances!


Adam Carolla – Belly Up

Live Audience Podcast, 6:30PM | Stand Up Comedy, 9PM

Adam Carolla is a carpenter turned comedian whose snarky, regular-guy humor made him a successful TV and radio host and podcaster.


Monday, February 6

Loudon Wainwright III – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 7:30PM

He’s referring to the age he recently turned, as well as “How Old Is 75?” one of the many beautifully reflective songs on his latest release Lifetime Achievement. Milestones aside, the truth is that Loudon has always been a keen observer of his own aging process, documenting it with an honesty that few songwriters would dare use.


Upcoming Concerts in San Diego


Concerts in San Diego: March

Marc Anthony: VIVIENDO Tour – Pechanga Arena

Marc Anthony is a chart-topping, Grammy-winning, film-starring heavyweight of Latin music, and the top-selling artist in the history of salsa.


SZA – Viejas Arena

A distinct force in contemporary R&B, SZA has set herself apart with a vulnerable and casually poetic songwriting style and a voice conveying a multitude of emotions with subtle twists and turns.


Jason Mraz – The Sound

Based in California, Mraz imparted a laid-back, melodic pop sound with stylistic nods toward folk, jam band music, hip-hop, and soft rock.


Eagles

Eagles – Pechanga Arena

With five number-one singles and six number-one albums, six Grammy Awards and five American Music Awards, the Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s in North America.


Concerts in San Diego: April

Key Glock – SOMA San Diego

Memphis-born rapper, Key Glock, delivers cold, stark, uncompromising verses about sex, guns, and money. Updating the woozy, narcotic style of Memphis greats that came before him, Glock found success with critics, fans, and on the charts with projects like 2020’s Yellow Tape and two Dum and Dummer releases with Young Dolph.


Muse: Will Of The People World Tour – Pechanga Arena

Widely recognized as one of the best live bands in the world, Muse have consistently produced exhilarating and ground-breaking shows, and their 2023 Will Of The People world tour will be no exception.


TOTO: Dogz of Oz Tour – Humphreys Concerts by the Bay

Over the past several years, TOTO have had a major renaissance in popularity like few bands at this point in their career. As individuals, the band members can be heard on an astonishing 500 albums that together amass a sales history of a half a billion albums. 


Keshi – The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

Keshi is the moniker of Casey Luong, a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist whose immersive and introspective songs have drawn in millions of fans worldwide.


Concerts in San Diego: May

Lizzo – Viejas Arena

Charismatic Grammy-winning singer/rapper, Lizzo, combines her roots in Houston rap, gospel soul, and classical flute as confidently as she addresses race, sexuality, and body positivity. Her 2013 debut, Lizzobangers, reflected her years in Minneapolis’ hip-hop and indie music scenes, and as time went on, her style became more wide-ranging and melodic.


Tove Lo – SOMA San Diego

Award-winning performer and Grammy-nominated songwriter, Tove Lo, crafts raw, confessional pop shaped by her love of grunge and the pristine sounds of her Swedish homeland.


Ashe – Humphreys Concerts By the Bay

Ashe is an emotive performer who combines poetic singer/songwriter pop with electronic flourishes. She emerged in the 2010s singing on Ben Phipps’ “Sleep Alone,” and Shaun Frank’s Juno-nominated “Let You Get Away,” before releasing her 2018 debut EP, The Rabbit Hole.


Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty is a mellow post-grunge group of rockers who worked their way toward hit status, driven by the angst-ridden vocals of Rob Thomas.


Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band – Humphreys Concerts by the Bay

Ringo Starr’s 2023 All Starr Band consists of Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Edgar Winter, Warren Ham, Hamish Stuart and Gregg Bissonette. 


Concerts in San Diego: June

Janet Jackson – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Janet Jackson didn’t merely emerge from the shadows of her famous brothers to become a superstar in her own right. Starting with her breakout 1986 album Control, she became one of the biggest pop stars of the ’80s.


blink-182 2023 Tour – Pechanga Arena

One of the most prominent bands to emerge from the Southern California punk scene, blink-182 gained mainstream success in the early 2000s atop their simple, brilliant, boastful three-chord rock.


Earth, Wind & Fire – The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

Performing greatest hits from their catalog of more than 23 albums, Earth, Wind & Fire’s sound blends funk, jazz, pop, soul and R&B into a musical genre entirely their own.


Concerts in San Diego: July

Fall Out Boy: So Much For (Tour) Dust – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Fall Out Boy rose to the forefront of emo pop in the mid-2000s, selling more than four million albums thanks to the band’s tabloid-grabbing bassist, able-voiced frontman, and handful of multi-platinum, Top 40 hits.


Paramore – Viejas Arena

Known for their anthemic, richly emotive brand of pop-rock, Paramore have garnered acclaim that far exceeds their initial success as one of the guiding lights of the emo scene of the mid-2000s.


Morgan Wallen – Petco Park

Morgan Wallen is a Tennessee-based singer and songwriter who adds a touch of pop gloss to down-to-earth country sensibilities.


Bryan Adams – Viejas Arena

Bryan Adams is a Canadian guitarist, singer, composer, and photographer. He has been cited as one of the best-selling music artists of all time, and is estimated to have sold between 75 million and more than 100 million records and singles worldwide.


Concerts in San Diego: August

Rod Stewart – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Over the course of his career, Rod Stewart has been lauded as the finest singer of his generation; he’s written several songs that turned into modern standards; he’s sung with the Faces, who rivaled the Rolling Stones in their prime; and he’s had massive commercial success.


Michael Franti & Spearhead Big Big Love Tour with special guests SOJA – The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

Show 6PM

Michael Franti is a globally recognized musician, activist, hotel owner (Soulshine Bali) and award-winning filmmaker revered for his high-energy live shows, inspiring music, devotion to health and wellness, worldwide philanthropic efforts and the power of optimism.


Pantera – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Pantera is one of the best metal bands of the ’90s due to their brutal, well-executed aggressive style of playing.


Josh Turner: Long Black Train 20th Anniversary Tour – Harrah’s Resort SoCal

Nashville, Tennessee native Josh Turner is heading to Harrah’s Resort SoCal to get fans on their feet for a night of country hits in The Events Center. His single, “Your Man” quickly became an anthem that fans from all walks of life can sing their hearts out to.


See you there, San Diego!

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