Top Concerts In San Diego This Weekend

Thursday, March 31

Sleeping with Sirens – House of Blues

Show 5:30PM

Falling on the more melodic side of the post-hardcore world, Florida’s Sleeping with Sirens create a whirlwind of emotion with their yearning and aggressive blend of metal and emo influences.

The Go-Go’s – Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay

Show 8PM

From their halcyon days as America’s sweethearts to their current status as superstars who pioneered a genre, The Go-Go’s preside over an amazing three-decade reign as high pop priestesses.

VCTRE, Sumthin Sumthin – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 8:30PM

Featuring guttural bass lines and a vivacious swagger, VCTRE hones in on the textures and boisterous musical attitude that has brought him a growing acclaim across the realm of low-end music.

Tristan Prettyman + Yovee: A Concert to Benefit Mental Health – Belly Up

Doors 6PM, Show 7PM

Tristan Prettyman parlayed her smoky alto voice and laid-back surfer-girl-from-San-Diego charm into an eight-year career studded with highlights.

Tune It Up: A concert to raise colon cancer awareness – Virtual Event

Show 5PM

The American College of Gastroenterology is proud to host this webstream event. ACG’s goal is to tap the connection and energy that music creates to shine a light on the importance of colorectal cancer screening and prevention.

Friday, April 1

Ariel Quartet – Conrad Prebys Concert Hall

Show 8PM

In 2019, ArtPower and Ariel Quartet embarked on a four-year endeavor, performing the complete Beethoven cycle, in honor of the composer’s 250th birthday in 2020. On April 1, 2022, the quartet will perform its final concert, completing all 16 string quartets.

Deorro – NOVA SD

Show 9:30PM

American DJ Deorro has taken the music world by storm over the last decade and in the spirit of all things EDM and dance.

Canaan Cox – Moonshine Beach

Show 8:30PM

Canaan Cox is the definition of an entertainer. His music fuses contemporary country with the energy of pop and taste of R&B.

Lars Frederiksen – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Best known as the guitarist and vocalist for punk revivalists, Rancid, Lars Frederiksen has been a major player in the California punk scene since the 1990s.

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers – Belly Up

Doors 8:30PM, Show 9PM

Hailed as one of the most exciting live acts on the road today, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers are musical beacons of the Southwest fueled by witty and insightful lyrics, crunching guitar riffs, a dynamic rhythm section, and tequila.

Charli XCX: CRASH The Live Tour 2022 – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

As a songwriter and collaborator, Charli XCX helped create some of the biggest pop singles of the 2010s, including Icona Pop’s 2012 smash “I Love It” and Iggy Azalea’s 2014 chart-topping hit “Fancy.

Gettoblaster – Parq Nightclub

Doors 10PM

Fully equipped with a never-ending flow of four-on-the-floor beats, Gettoblaster has created their own sound by taking what they’ve been influenced by for years and twisting it with modern day production and pushing the genre of jackin’ tracks to the future.

Live Music And Drinks At Belly Up Tavern In Benefit Of Legion Community Foundation

High Tide Society Happy Hour – Belly Up

Doors 5PM, Show 5:30PM

High Tide Society (formerly AM Gold) is keeping it classy and re-creating all of your 70’s and early 80’s soft-rock hits from artists like Ambrosia, Bread, America, Steely Dan, Kenny Loggins, Exile, Orleans, Air Supply, Little River Band, Toto, Hall & Oates, Christopher Cross and more.

Payton Taylor – Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

A steadfast and soulful young lady, she lets her heart do the writing and her voice tell the story. She’s country steeped in soul, in the spirit of the female pioneers of those genres.

Saturday, April 2

San Diego Sings! Festival – Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

Show 11AM

The all-day event consists of three concert sessions featuring performances by 15 choral groups and massed choirs.

Boots In The Park Presents Blake Shelton, Brett Young, & Carly Pearce – Waterfront Park

Show 2PM

Shelton possesses a warm, masculine ease that has given his rowdier numbers a sense of sly humor, but this relaxed touch also made him an effective crooner of ballads, the ace in the hole that helped him cross over from country to the mainstream in the 2010s.

Dj Susie – Parq Nightclub

Doors 10PM

Dj Susie is an American social media star who has gained populairty through the eponymous Instagram account.

Mustache Harbor – Belly Up

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

The band’s mission and destiny is simple: to build a mustache army and create a Soft Rock Explosion the likes of which has not been seen since Christopher Cross, Steely Dan, Ace, Kenny Loggins and The Little River Band ruled the airwaves and created AM Gold.

Payton Taylor – Moonshine Beach

Doors 8PM

Grounded in the strong familial bond she has and the music heritage she was raised on, Payton brings a refreshing voice to her music that is resolute, both on and off stage.

Oliver Heldens – NOVA SD

Show 9:30PM

Oliver Heldens’ tracks produced under his own name tend to be melodic while maintaining a funky edge.

Canaan Cox – Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

Canaan’s latest single “As You Leave” was released in January 2022 and received marquee playlisting on Spotify including New Boots, Wild Country, Breakout Country, and Next from Nashville.

Snakehips – Bloom Nightclub

Show 9:30PM

Snakehips produce left-field pop and hip-hop songs that feature a wide variety of guest vocalists, generally revolving around themes of hedonism and heartache.

Sunday, April 3

Dayseeker – SOMA San Diego

Show 6:30PM

An expansive progressive metalcore band hailing from Orange County, California, Dayseeker make explosive metalcore and post-hardcore with an arena rock flair.

Tumua Tuinei – Music Box

Doors 4PM, Show 5PM

Tumua Tuinei is one of Hawaii’s top and hottest comics! Tumua has been doing comedy in the islands for five years. Recently he sold out 29 consecutive shows since December 2020.

Teddy Swims: Tough Love World Tour – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Teddy Swims contains multitudes. It’s right there in his name— “Swims” is an acronym for “Someone Who Isn’t Me Sometimes,” and it’s a kind of shorthand for everything he stands for.

We Are The Union w/ Half Past Two And Eichlers – The Observatory North Park

Doors 7PM

Unhappy with the current state of ska music, We Are The Union decided to stick out their own necks and tried to change things for the better in the summer of 2005. Instead of following typical ska punk conventions, WATU takes a harder-nosed approach to the genre.

Watkins Family Hour – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Watkins Family Hour is a bluegrass musical collaborative led by siblings Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins, who also form two-thirds of the Americana music group Nickel Creek.

Silk Road Ensemble: “A Home Within” – The Baker-Baum Concert Hall

Show 7PM

Conceived by Yo-Yo Ma in 1998, the GRAMMY® Award-winning Silkroad Ensemble thrills audiences worldwide with a collective of artists representing dozens of nationalities and artistic traditions.

Monday, April 4

Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Zero 9:36 – The Observatory North Park

Doors 7PM

A rapper, singer, and musician with an aggressive style and an angry world view, Zero 9:36 rose from a cult figure in the Philadelphia hip-hop community to an alternative artist with a nationwide following by the time he was 22.

See you there, San Diego!