Your Guide To This Week’s San Diego Concerts

There’s plenty of fun to be had in San Diego this weekend. Pop, metal, surf rock, punk, hip hop—you can genre hop to your heart’s content.

Daedelus – 8/10

Space Bar

Normal Heights

Italian progressive metal band Daedelus likes to take listeners on a musical journey. Simple song structures coupled with texture and elaborate rhythms and melodies make Daedelus’ music an intriguing listen. Get over to Space Bar to hear for yourself.

Betty Who and Geographer – 8/11


North Park

Betty Who’s catchy melodies and sensual voice elevate the usual dance music experience to another level. Experience the next evolution of pop at North Park’s Observatory.

Geographer’s indie pop rock supports Betty Who throughout her tour. And with danceable beats, Geographer and Betty Who make perfect bedmates.

The Creepy Creeps – 8/11

Soda Bar

City Heights

You’re favorite costumed horror surf rockers are back to turn your Friday night into a creep show worthy of your wildest Halloween nightmares.

Surf rock with a twist is on your horizon—just head to Soda Bar.

The Queers – 8/12


Little Italy

How about a classic pop punk act in the vein of The Ramones? If you want to get your blood moving, The Queers have just the show to make your heart pump. Bring your dancing shoes—we’ll see you there.

GZA – 8/12

Music Box

Downtown San Diego

The Genius is in San Diego. This is your chance to catch him at an intimate venue which is the perfect place to experience a member of Wu-Tang. Get a piece of the action at Music Box.

BeerX – 8/12

Waterfront Park


Summer isn’t over yet—BeerX is here to remind you of that. Featuring local bands, BeerX aims to remind you why San Diego is the place to be this season.

Between brews and tunes, you’ll be pleasantly occupied on Saturday. Don’t let your community down—go.