The Top Concerts In San Diego This Weekend

It’s the Big Game weekend! All the more reason to go out there, celebrate, and watch one of these top concerts in San Diego!

Thursday, January 31

ROBBY KRIEGER

Robby Krieger – House of Blues San Diego

Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
Many rock music pundits will instantly recognize this guitarist’s name from his days spent as an integral songwriting ingredient (alongside frontman Jim Morrison) in The DOORS.

Turkuaz

Turkuaz – Belly Up

Doors 7:30PM, 8:30PM
Turkuaz are one one of the predominant leaders in the current funk revolution with music that blends elements of funk, pop, R&B, and soul with their aggressive and distinct punk sounds.

Friday, February 1

Carnage

Carnage: The Big Game Weekend – Omnia Nightclub

Doors 9:00PM
It’s easy to feel the impact on every track the Los Angeles-based artist produces or remixes. With a versatile mindset and deft approach, he siphons electro, hip hop, pop, and trap into an intoxicating brew unlike anything out there. It’s dirty, defiant, and diverse.

Marsha Ambrosius

Marsha Ambrosius: NYLA Tour – House of Blues San Diego

Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
A specialist in soul-rooted ballads and slow jams enhanced with yearning riffs and runs, Marsha Ambrosius secured her standing in post-millennial contemporary R&B as the co-writer of Michael Jackson’s “Butterflies” (2001).

Poncho Sanchez

Poncho Sanchez – Music Box

Doors 7:30PM, Show 9:00PM
For more than three decades as both a leader and a sideman, conguero Poncho Sanchez has stirred up a fiery stew of straightahead jazz, gritty soul music, and infectious melodies and rhythms from a variety of Latin American and South American sources.

Jacob Banks

Jacob Banks – Belly Up

Doors 9:00PM, Show 9:30PM
Banks’ brand of epic soul music is recognizable by its richly textured beats, intense grooves, paired with heavy lyrics about triumphing in the face of trials, and delivered with nuanced, but arresting vocals!

Casbah presents Juice

Casbah presents Juice – House of Blues San Diego

Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
With seven distinct personalities, Juice distills rock, r&b and hip-hop into a signature sound with a distinct kick of electric violin, rich harmonies, honest lyrics, and festival-worthy choruses.

Saturday, February 2

Savi

Savi:The Big Game Weekend – Parq Nightclub

Doors 9:00PM
SAVI’s style of play is EDM ala Illenium meets the Chainsmokers infusing Dance pop, Trap & Mashups. His music is EDM with the past stuff being more focused on Dance Pop and the newer stuff targeting more EDM/EDM Pop.

Concerts in San Diego featuring Olafur Arnalds

Olafur Arnalds – The Observatory North Park

Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
Ólafur Arnalds mixes strings and piano with loops and beats crossing over from ambient/electronic to pop.

Vaud and the Villains

Vaud and the Villains – Belly Up

Doors 8:00PM, Show 9:00PM
This 19-piece New Orleans big band cabaret is the best swing jazz & ragtime blues show you’ll ever see!

DJ Obscene

Obscene – Parq Nightclub

Show 10:00PM
Becoming one of the most sought after record selectors in the world is a lofty goal for anyone, but Obscene’s unique skill to satisfy people from all walks of life, combined with his expansive knowledge of music, has led to countless brand partnerships and memorable experiences for those in attendance.

Sunday, February 3

J Paul Getto

J Paul Getto – Blonde Bar

Show 9:00PM
Excitement, euphoria and an uncontrollable urge to dance; these are all normal feelings you will encounter the second you hear a J Paul Getto track. With a sound as big as this, the international scene is left begging for each new release.

Monday, February 4

BLACKBERRY SMOKE

Blackberry Smoke: Find a Light Tour – Belly Up

Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
The group’s blend of blues, folk, rock helped them to get their previous 2 albums to the top of the Billboard charts, and with their latest album, Find A Light, they hope to do the same!

Uptown Rhythm Makers

Uptown Rhythm Makers – Panama 66

Show 5:00PM
San Diego’s most authentic New Orleans style traditional jazz band since 2003, with a repertoire of classic jazz and swing favorites, especially the hot jazz dance music of the 1920s and 1930s. A favorite of San Diego’s swing dance community.