Top Concerts In San Diego This Weekend

Thursday, April 7

Mathias Goerne and Seong-Jin Cho – The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

Show 8PM

Legendary German baritone Matthias Goerne, one of the world’s most renowned Lieder singers, joined by internationally sought-after pianist Seong-jin Cho, perform a selection of songs by Wolf, Pfitner, and Strauss, and Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder.

Armand Hammer – The Loft at UCSD

Show 8PM

The combination of art rap pioneers Billy Woods and ELUCID, duo Armand Hammer carved their way into rap’s underground with thought-driven lyricism and experimental production styles.

Journey with Toto – Pechanga Arena

Show 7:30PM

With over 39 years together and thousands of credits and accolades to their names, TOTO remains one of the top selling touring and recording acts in the world.

Moxi & Loon, Burlap The Sac, Primaveras – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

With an original blend of psych rock, desert rock, punk, and dirty blues, Moxi & Loon conjure a huge sound despite their two-piece approach.

Pink Froyd: Tribute to Pink Floyd – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

27 years on now! Pink Froyd is your SDMA award-winning most authentic, powerful, and successful Pink Floyd Tribute anywhere and pushing forward into 2022!

Josh Ward – Moonshine Flats

Show 8:30PM

Josh Ward is country music blood to bone, and both Josh Ward and country music are simply not going to go away.

Friday, April 8

Hugel – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

Multi gold and platinum selling artist with more than 760 Million streams accumulated. With his very unique fashion style, HUGEL is one of the rare DJ producers who is able to deliver a DJ Hit still playable on the radio.

Chris Botti – The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

Show 8PM

Whether he’s performing with illustrious symphonies or at renowned venues around the globe, Chris Botti’s unparalleled crystalline and poetic sound transcends musical boundaries.

Tracy Lawrence – The Magnolia

Show 7PM

The entertainer has enjoyed twenty-two songs on the Billboard top ten charts with eighteen number one singles, selling over thirteen million albums.

Casual Yak, Moans – Music Box

Doors 7:30PM, Show 8:30PM

Drawing inspiration from classic rock, funk, blues, and psychedelia, Casual Yak’s vibes will let you rest easy, yet keep you grooving.

Dylan Scott: Livin’ My Best Life Tour – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Scott’s radio hits showed off his strong, rough-around-the-edges vocal style, a personality that mixed swagger with romantic undercurrent, and songs that sang the praises of women and trucks while making room for a thoughtful side.

Eric Bellinger & Sammie: Vibes On Vibes Tour – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Bringing the Vibes on Vibes tour to a city near you, the duo’s co-headlining 27-city swoon fest kicks off this March in Atlanta and will wrap in Birmingham, Alabama in mid-April.

Martin McDaniel – Moonshine Beach

Doors 8PM

Martin has played all around the country, opening for huge acts like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Billy Currington and other country music heavy hitters.

Pivit – Belly Up

Doors 8:30PM, Show 9PM

PIVIT was a band punk rock band that formed summer 1995 in San Diego. Their music were a mixture of punk, rock and power pop fused together with pure energy.

Valentino Khan – Nova SD

Show 9:30PM

Valentino Khan makes everything. The Los Angeles-based DJ and producer is an artist whose music truly knows no bounds.

Rachel Horter- Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

Rachel Horter is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Her music style incorporates all things country, adding RnB influence mixed with some soul.

Kitchen Dwellers – Winston’s

Show 9:30PM

After amassing 5 million-plus streams, selling out shows, and receiving acclaim from Huffington Post, Relix, American Songwriter, and more, the group brings audiences back to Big Sky Country on their third full-length album, Wise River, working with Cory Wong of Vulfpeck as producer.

Saturday, April 9

50 Cent with Justin Credible – Parq Nightclub

Show 9PM

Known for popular songs including “Candy Shop,” “Disco Inferno” and “How We Do,” 50 Cent has sold more than 30 million albums globally and is the winner of a GRAMMY award, three American Music Awards, four BET Awards, six World Music Awards and 13 Billboard Music Awards.

White Denim – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Drawing from psychedelic/garage rock, punk, funk, jazz, blues, and prog rock influences, the group fashioned a hard-hitting sound with crunchy guitar riffs and frantic energy.

Fisher – Petco Park

Show 6:30PM

Australian tech-house producer, Fisher, brings a sense of carefree fun to his productions, which strip away pretenses to focus on serving the dancefloor.

Martin McDaniel – Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

Martin has made waves in the streaming world, and several of his songs have earned top spots on Spotify-curated country playlists such as “New Boots” & “Breakout Country”.

Acraze – Nova SD

Show 9:30PM

Acraze is skyrocketing in the electronic music world with his energy-infused sound and versatile style.

Bad Religion W/ Slaughterhouse – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Bad Religion has become synonymous with intelligent and provocative West Coast punk rock and are considered one of the most influential and important bands in the genre.

Valerie June – Belly Up

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Blending folk, soul, blues, and traditional Appalachian elements into a refreshingly timeless sound that sits outside any particular musical era, Valerie June is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who began her career in Memphis, Tennessee.

Rachel Horter- Moonshine Beach

Show 8:30PM

Rachel released the official music video for her lead single, “How lucky” on youtube and Her debut EP, “Lucky” is available now on all platforms.

Yachtley Crew – Lakehouse Hotel & Resort

Show 3:30PM

To kick off Lakehouse’s Summer Concert Series, Yachtley Crew, the “Titans of Soft Rock,” are hitting the stage to perform the best soft rock of the ’70s and early ’80s.

Midnight North – Winston’s

Show 9:30PM

Rolling Stone hailed Midnight North as the “Best New Act” in its review of 2018’s Peach Music Festival saying the band “takes the best parts of roots music and weaves them into a tapestry of rock and Americana”.

Cavetown – SOMA Mainstage

Doors 6:30PM, Show 7:30PM

Cavetown is the indie pop project of Robin Skinner, a Cambridge-based musician who first rose to success as a teenager in the mid-2010s with his popular Cavetown YouTube channel, where he covered popular songs on ukulele and uploaded his own material.

Sunday, April 10

Sir, Please – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Sir, Please is an L.A. based indie-rock band, with a psychedelic edge. Their moving lyrics and unique sound creates a vibe that resonates with any crowd.

Hippo Campus – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Hippo Campus deliver angular and melodic guitar-driven pop that falls somewhere between the collegiate Afro-pop/garage rock of Vampire Weekend and the post-punk nerviness of Bombay Bicycle Club.

Lil Durk: The 7220 Tour – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Durk Banks, better known by his stage name Lil Durk is an American rapper from Chicago Illinois. He is signed to the major record label Def Jam as well as French Montana’s Coke Boys imprint.

Monday, April 11

Shannon + The Clams – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Mixing together the doo wop and early rock & roll of the ’50s, the dramatic girl group sounds of the ’60s, and some punky snarl imported from 1977, Oakland, California’s Shannon & the Clams came up with a sound that was charmingly retro but never stale.

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay

Show 7:30PM

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard is an Australian seven piece band that play surf infused psychedelic rock that seems to originate from outer space.

See you there, San Diego!