Top Concerts In San Diego This Weekend

Thursday, March 10

Tsuruda, Chee – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 8:30PM

With 5 full length self releases under his belt and many other singles on various labels, Tsuruda is considered an “OG” by many of his fans and peers. And he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.


Pigeons Playing Ping Pong – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

The Maryland quartet delivers a musically thrilling and emotionally endearing body of work propelled by sonic fireworks and chantable hooks.


Kyle: I Miss U Tour – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Fun-loving yet not too proud to write about inner conflict, amiable Coastal California rapper Kyle hit multiple countries’ Top Ten charts in 2013 as the featured artist on Martin Solveig and the Cataracs’ “Hey Now.”


W.I.T.C.H. – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

W.I.T.C.H. (We Intend To Cause Havoc) were the biggest rock band in Zambia in the 1970s and spearheaded a new genre dubbed Zamrock, fusing influences that ranged from the Rolling Stones to Black Sabbath and James Brown and mixing them with traditional African rhythms and bush village songs.

Friday, March 11

Cheat Codes – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

Los Angeles-based electronic trio Cheat Codes deliver floor-filling, radio-ready bites of pop-friendly house in a vein similar to the Chainsmokers, Seeb, and Sigala.


Presley & Taylor – Moonshine Beach

Doors 8PM

This hard-working duo exhibits atypical maturity for an act barely in their twenties. Far from an overnight success, Presley & Taylor have honed their craft since their early teenage years.


The Floozies – Music Box

Doors 8PM, Show 9PM

Certified heavyweights in the world of jam and future-groove, the Kansas City-based tandem champion authentic funk in the digital age.


Still Woozy with Wallice: If This Isn’t Nice Tour – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Under the fitting moniker Still Woozy, Bay Area songwriter/producer Sven Eric Gamsky makes off-balance indie pop with a homespun mix of acoustic and electronic components.


JT Harker Live – Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

Born and bred in San Jose, California, JT Harker’s desire to perform came from attending countless concerts at nearby Shoreline Amphitheatre.


Ritt Momney – House of Blues

Doors 7PM

Salt Lake City-based singer Jack Rutter was Billboard’s No. 1 Emerging Artist in March 2021 — and he uses a spoonerism of ‘Mitt Romney’ as his stage name.


Joseph with BROTHER – Belly Up

Doors 8:30PM, Show 9PM

Named after a small town in northeast Oregon, Joseph is a honey-voiced triple-harmony folk-pop trio comprised of Portland-based sisters Natalie, Meegan, and Allison Closner.

Saturday, March 12

Anuhea – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Anuhea’s signature guitar rhythms, sultry vocals and honest song writing weave acoustic soul, R&B, jazz and hip hop with pop appeal, making Anuhea Hawaii’s next rising star.


JT Harker Live – Moonshine Beach

Doors 8PM

Born and bred in San Jose, California, JT Harker’s desire to perform came from attending countless concerts at nearby Shoreline Amphitheatre.


Marc E. Bassy – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Pop-oriented vocalist and songwriter Marc E. Bassy has been mixing and matching styles with no regard for radio format since his emergence in the late 2000s with the group 2AM Club.


Tainted Love – Belly Up

Doors 8PM, Show 8PM

A Tainted Love performance is like reliving the 80’s in a way you have never before. They deliver the complete experience.


Dre Sinatra – Parq Nightclub

Show 10PM

DJ Dre Sinatra is one of the most influential players in the LA music scene as a tastemaker DJ, producer and entertainment entrepreneur.


Presley & Taylor – Moonshine Flats

Doors 8PM

Sibling harmonies… there’s just nothing like them. Match those harmonies with a fresh country sound, communicated through the bond of sisters and best friends, inseparable in performance and in life, and you have something truly special.

Sunday, March 13

The Dickies – The Holding Company

Doors 2PM

International cabaret performers since 1977, still rocking it hard and hilarious. They were the first L.A. punk rock band to score a major label deal, the first to go to Europe, the first to go insane, and more-or-less the only known survivors from the first wave of punk pioneers.


Victor Wooten – Music Box

Doors 7PM, Show 8:30PM

An extremely gifted and versatile bassist, Victor Wooten is a highly acclaimed performer whose work straddles the lines between jazz, bluegrass, funk, and progressive rock.


MØ – The Observatory North Park

Show 7PM

Danish singer Karen Marie Aagaard Ørsted first made an impact on the music scene under the moniker MØ in 2013, when she lent her vocals to Swedish producer Avicii’s song “Dear Boy,” from his hit album True.


An Evening with Taj Mahal Sextet (seated show) – Belly Up

Doors 7PM, Show 8PM

Taj Mahal doesn’t wait for permission. If a sound intrigues him, he sets out to make it. If origins mystify him, he moves to trace them. If rules get in his way, he unapologetically breaks them.

See you there, San Diego!