This Month’s Best Concerts in San Diego
November is packed with a wide range of live music performers making their way to San Diego. If you’re itching to see some great live music, here are our top picks for concerts happening this month.
1788-L – Oct. 31
Maybe you’re thinking a Halloween concert is the move? If so, 1788-L is one of the hottest up-and-coming names in electronic music and the perfect vibe for a Halloween party.
Jon Pardi and Riley Green – Nov. 1
Cal Coast Credit Union at SDSU
Summer may be over, but here in San Diego, we blase country music all year round. Country singer, Jon Pardi is here to showcase his thrilling live performance, with backup by the effortlessly talented, Riley Green.
Noah Kahan – Nov. 2
House of Blues
If you haven’t heard of Noah Kahan, you’re seriously missing out. Kahan is a singer-songwriter with one of the purest voices in the game right now.
Matt and Kim – Nov. 5
Observatory North Park
Quirky punk-edged pop duo Matt and Kim are known for their unique sound and incredible visuals at their performances. They are a ton of fun and a wholly unique experience for even the most seasoned concert-goer.
Whethan – Nov. 8
The brilliant mind behind some of the top songs in electronic dance music, Whethan is an eclectic producer that puts on a spectacular show.
Tom Morello – Nov. 10
House of Blues
Guitar legend and former member of bands, Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave, Morello is currently a member of supergroup Prophets of Rage.
Cold War Kids and Samia – Nov. 15
Cold War Kids is one of the biggest names in indie rock right now, quickly becoming an international chart success with a slew of incredible albums.
Moonchild – Nov. 16
This eclectic trio comprises of three strong-willed spirits that contribute to a cool and groovy quarter with a multitude of instruments and vocals.
The Black Keys – Nov. 17
One of the best American blues-rock bands is coming to San Diego. Each performance from them is incredibly intimate, making it feel very personal dispute being in a massive stadium.
The Chainsmokers – Nov. 24
The minds behind some of the biggest songs in the past four years are bringing their sound and performance to Viejas. Expect some major production value and a wide range of music and guests.