The Top Concerts In San Diego This WeekendConcerts February 13th to 17th
Thursday, February 13
The cult-indie band will celebrate 20 years in music since their first show with a set list of songs from their 8 records curated by you to sing along & stomp your boots to!
Ramón Ayala is a Mexican musician, composer, and songwriter of Norteño and Conjunto music. Known as the “King of the Accordion,” Ayala has recorded over 105 albums for which he has received four Grammy Awards.
Coming on the scene with stern club bangers and cold punch lines, Young Dolph became a local hero via a series of mixtapes before breaking nationwide in 2014. Key Glock delivers cold, stark, uncompromising verses, embodying elements of rap culture throughout his lyrics.
With over 50 years of experience, Stoney B has become a highly accomplished guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and recording artist. His style most resembles the Chicago and Southern old school blues with strong influences from Muddy Waters, BB King, and Jimmy Reed.
Friday, February 14
The charismatic frontman of the Naples band Fake Problems has toured with everyone from Against Me! to The Gaslight Anthem to Frank Turner.
The band’s latest studio album, Call It Home, continue their trend of drawing on diverse musical influences like Bay Area R&B, funk, Southern soul, Delta blues, and New Orleans second-line!
Cheyenne Giles is an ambitious music producer from San Diego who centers his craft around creating a one of a kind performance
LED ZEPPELIN 2 – THE LIVE EXPERIENCE brings you the excitement of Led Zeppelin “In Concert” by re-enacting the live improvisation & onstage interaction that earned Led Zeppelin their legendary status for performing. Rather than a “greatest hits” show, you get to experience Zeppelin as Zeppelin would have played in front of an audience.
A legendary Colombian group who spread the message of Cumbia across Latin America and is credited with its popular resurgence.
Saturday, February 15
Big room trap and electro house from California-based EDM producer and DJ.
Kayla Ray is a local San Diego acoustic singer/songwriter, performing originals mixed with a wide selection of classic rock covers. Her intention is to make people feel good and make the world a little brighter, one song at a time!
Electric Feels is an experiential party from Los Angeles that plays a ridiculously fun blend of Indie Rock + Indie Dance music.
Girls Gotta Eat is a top comedy podcast on iTunes, has been reviewed as “life-changing” by thousands of listeners, and the live shows have sold out in top comedy clubs and show venues across the country. Cheers!
Ikon’s technical skills and pure creativity have made him one of the most sought after traveling DJs of this or any generation.
Get ready to rock out to the World’s first and only heavy metal mariachi band.
Sunday, February 16
Deemed the music tastemaker by those in the know, his ear for music paired with his ability to drop party rocking beats has championed dance floors night after night.
Noah Nicholas Reid is a Canadian actor and musician. He is known for his performances in several films and television series, including the critically acclaimed CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek.
Animal Liberation Orchestra, signed to Jack Johnson’s Brushfire Records, uses improvisation as a staple in their rock jam performances, with heartfelt lyrics that will make you want to reflect, smile, & sing a long.
Rootin’ tootin’, knee-slappin’ country” is how San Diego City Beat describes The Sickstring Outlaws. They perform classic and timeless country hits, many from artists with first name recognition…Merle, Johnny, Willie, Waylon, and all three Hanks.
Monday, February 17
Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady, formed the band after their years long stints with Jefferson Airplane, exploring the depths of American blues!
See you there!