Top Concerts This Week In San Diego

If you are looking for a show this week we have everything from a Tom Petty Tribute band to a Top 10 Rolling Stone’s New Country Artists You Need to Know in 2017 performance listed below.

Grab your crew and head on out for a night of grooving!

Thursday, December 7th

FREE MUSIC: Jerry “Hot Rod” Demink – House of Blues San Diego

Doors 6:00PM, Start 7:00PM

Jerry “Hot Rod” DeMink is an international performing artist who has spent many nights playing shows across the country and abroad. Hot Rod is a diverse guitarist with deep roots planted in the soul of America’s home bred music. He has spent many years traveling and recording with Chicago Blues legend, A.C. Reed, and Americana icon, Billy Bacon and the Forbidden Pigs. Those experiences helped to mold him into the dynamic entertainer that has been revealed through his various band projects.

Chévere Entertainment presents: Chevere All stars – Music Box

Doors 7:00PM, Start 8:00PM

Ukeim started as a Latin DJ for Club Miami in Mission Valley. Ukeim plays everything from Latin Music (Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata), Funk, 80’s, 90’s, Dance Music and Top 40’s. Catering to the wide variety of cultures found in San Diego. His musical selection connects and creates an experience that captivates with the audience.

Friday, December 8th

Carols by Candlelight – California Center for the Arts

Carols by Candlelight invites you to come sing your favorite Christmas carols with top country artists LonestarBrandy Clark and more! The event is celebrating its 28th anniversary this year, and once again and all net proceeds will benefit Rady Children’s Hospital with the goal of making a life-changing difference in the lives of local children that need our support.

Runnin’ Down A Dream – A Celebration of the Life and Music of Tom Petty – Music Box

Doors 8:00PM, Start 9:00PM

Since performing at the AXS TV’s “The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands”, the Pettybreakers have played in shows all throughout the U.S. bringing back one of America’s finest rock and roll icons to life as they play some of Tom Petty’s classics.


Doors: 7:00PM, Show: 8:00PM

When the Chris Robinson Brotherhood headed into the studio to begin recording their new album, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, no one knew just what to expect. These would be the band’s first recordings with new drummer Tony Leone (Ollabelle, Levon Helm), their first since the departure of founding bassist Mark “Muddy” Dutton, and their first time producing themselves. But as anybody who’s been following the CRB can attest, this is a band that thrives on the unexpected.

Saturday, December 9th

Cut Chemist – Music Box

Doors 7:30PM, Start 9:00PM

On his long-awaited second full-length solo album Die Cut, the trailblazing DJ and producer underwent a creative birth reflected in its 17 tracks. The artist augments his signature approach famously earmarked by impeccable sample selection, searing scratching, and big-screen worthy arrangements with the inclusion of A-list musicians, “songwriter structure,” and a whole lot of team spirit in only his second artist album, 11 years after his debut, The Audience’s Listening.

The Highway Finds Tour Feat High Valley and Adam Doleac – House of Blues San Diego

Door 7:00PM, Start 8:00PM

Adam Doleac was named as one of Rolling Stone’s 10 New Country Artists You Need to Know in 2017. High Valley is a Canadian country music duo from Blumenort, Alberta, a small community near the hamlet of La Crete. The band is composed of brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel. Bryan Rempel was a member until March 2014.

Sunday, December 10th

Hollywood Undead – House of Blues

Doors 6:00PM, Start 7:00PM

Hollywood Undead melds the rap-rock aggression of Limp Bizkit, the brutally honest self-examination of Eminem and the objectionable content of gangsta rap. Hailing from Hollywood, California, the members of this six-piece unit perform under pseudonyms and wear masks on stage.

Six String Society – A Christmas in Paris – Belly Up

Doors 6:00PM, Start 7:00PM

The Six String Society is back at the Belly Up for the 9th time in 2 ½ years. This local production is breaking new ground with each show. It mixes theater, multi-media with some of the greatest performers in our San Diego music community. The ‘Christmas in Paris’ edition is set in Mr. Gregory Page’s mid-century Parisian ‘living room.”

Monday, December 11th

Pat Travers Band – Belly Up

Doors 7:00PM, Start 8:00PM

Since the critically acclaimed 1976 debut album featuring his own brand of high quality seventies guitar rock and roll, Pat Travers has gone on to deliver melodic eighties rock, a blues period throughout most of the nineties, noted performances with various power trio’s during the first few years of the new Millennium, and a full blooded return to the trademark Pat Travers Band sound as he entered his fifth performing and recording decade.