Top Concerts In San Diego This Weekend

Gather your crew and go see a show or two this weekend!

Thursday, February 24

Los Daniels – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Los Daniels formed in 2007, and are known for their danceable and dynamic rythmic sound that fuses flamenco, cumbia, and Brit rock sounds using vocalist Ismael Salcedo’s smooth gentleman lyricism.

Hambone Relay and Clockwork – Winston’s

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Combining classic elements of funk with electric blues, Hambone Relay redefines the modern organ trio with their unique brand of improvisational music.

Friday, February 25

Goitse – The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

Show 6:30PM

The white-hot award-winning Irish quintet, Goitse, pronounced “Go-wit-cha,” brings a vibrant mix of Irish classic jigs and tunes with their own original compositions for an irrepressible Irish musical experience that opens your mind and moves your feet.

Tommy Trash – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

Tommy Trash is an Australian DJ, record producer, and remixer. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California and signed to Ministry of Sound Australia.

Knuckle Puck – The Observatory North Park

Show 6:30PM

Chicago’s Knuckle Puck specialize in a muscular and melodic blend of old-school punk rock and emo.

The Seamonks at the Salvation Stage – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Rockabilly, blues, outlaw country and a little funk so you can shake your rump.

Wes Cook Band Live – Moonshine Beach

Doors 8PM

Wes Cook Band is a country band from Nashville, TN. A group of seasoned touring veterans, Wes Cook, Nathan Stoops, and Trevor Layne drew on their love of 90’s country to create their debut EP.

Tributo Heroes Del Silencio Y Soda Stereo – Music Box

Doors 9PM, Show 9:30PM

Heroes Del Silencio’s music evolved from an atmospheric, complex meld of post-punk, Gothic, Celtic, and folkloric Spanish influences (including flamenco) during their earliest years to post-punk, riff-heavy hard rock later on.

Dead Man’s Party – Belly Up

Doors 8:30PM, Show 9PM

This 8-piece band was formed to recreate the same level of performance that made Oingo Boingo a SoCal phenomenon.

Saturday, February 26

Gary Numan – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

One of the founding fathers of synth pop, Gary Numan has influenced countless artists with his constantly evolving form of dystopian electronic rock music since the late 1970s.

Justin Credible with Special guest JNR Choi – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

JNR Choi performing his hit song “To the Moon” with sounds by Justin Credible. With a unique style on the Mic, and an eclectic ear for Great Music, Justin Credible can be heard DJ’ing everything from Hip Hop, Top 40, to 80′s and more.

Dover Quartet with Escher String Quartet – The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

Show 8PM

Two of the hottest chamber music groups in America today, the Kennedy Center’s quartet-in-residence, the Dover Quartet, and the Escher Quartet share the stage for a rare all-octet program.

Inner Wave – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

The group’s quirky but catchy songs and combined Filipino, Colombian, and Mexican heritage have helped make them underground stars in the area’s Latinx indie rock community alongside acts like Chicano Batman and Cuco.

Paul Cherry – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Paul Cherry is an American author, professional speaker, and business trainer, who writes and lectures internationally on sales effectiveness, customer-relationship management, and sales leadership.

Summer 97 – Moonshine Beach

Show 8:30PM

Summer 97 effortlessly blends nostalgic and new with a sound that summons your favorite memories while causing you to create memories in the moment.

Deadmau5 – Nova SD

Show 9:30PM

One of the most prominent fixtures in the contemporary dance scene – and instantly recognizable with his signature oversized mouse helmet – Deadmau5 will be one of an incredible lineup of performers leading the charge for NOVA SD’s opening month in San Diego!

The English Beat with Third Project – Belly Up

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

The English Beat is a band with an energetic mix of musical styles and a sound like no other. The band’s unique sound has allowed it to endure for nearly three decades and appeal to fans, young and old, all over the world.

Sunday, February 27

91X Presents – Manchester Orchestra – The Observatory North Park

Show 6:30PM

Centered on the deeply personal, often biographical songs of singer/guitarist Andy Hull, Georgia’s Manchester Orchestra are known for their emotive, textured blend of post-hardcore rock.

Sierra Ferrell – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

With her spellbinding voice and time-bending sensibilities, Sierra Ferrell makes music that’s as fantastically vagabond as the artist herself.

Belaganas & No Suits – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Belaganas is a band formed in Phoenix, Arizona that performs alternative hip-hop and bedroom pop.
Los Angeles-based band No Suits blurs genres with an R&B and hip-hop-influenced blend that incorporates funk, psych rock, and electronic textures.

Uptown Rhythm Makers – Panama 66

Show 3PM

The Uptown Rhythm Makers will be performing their Mardi Gras show at Panama 66 or your listening, dining, and dancing pleasure!

Monday, February 28

Tribal Seeds – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Based in San Diego, rock-reggae band Tribal Seeds come at their music from a different angle, more influenced by bands like Steel Pulse and Aswad than the common touchstone of Sublime.

Electric Waste Band – Winston’s

Show 8PM

Formed in ‘89, San Diego’s Electric Waste Band (“EWB”) plays crowd-inspired, high-energy, improvisational rock-n-roll featuring the music of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead.

See you there, San Diego!