Upcoming Concerts in San Diego
San Diego is home to a thriving music scene featuring countless performances from a wide variety of incredible talented artists. If you’re looking to check out a concert, here are the top shows happening soon in San Diego.
Claude VonStroke – Dec. 29 – SPIN
A master of techno and house music, Claude VonStroke is a legend amongst the EDM community.
Madeon – Dec. 30 – SPIN
This young French producer has taken the EDM world by storm with his upbeat productions and vibrant visuals.
Tracii Guns – Dec. 30 – House of Blues
The founder of the glam metal group L.A. Guns, Tracii Guns is still ripping it up on stage with his electric shows.
OMFG! NYE 2019 – Dec. 30 – Jan. 1 – Pechanga Arena
This is one of the premier NYE festivals happening in San Diego, and every year it shows that this is the party you want to be for your end of the year celebrations.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony – Dec. 31 – House of Blues
One of the most renowned hip-hop groups will be ringing in the new year in their own unique style.
Willie Nelson – Jan. 3 – Balboa Theatre
This all-time country music legend will be performing at Balboa Theatre showing that he has no signs of slowing down.
Tool – Jan 10 – Viejas Arena
One of the most wonderfully complex metal bands of the modern age will be performing at the Viejas Arena.
Cashmere Cat – Jan. 10 – SOMA
Effortlessly cool with a truly unique electronic sound, Cashmere Cat shows are always an unforgettable experience.
NERVO – Jan. 11 – Parq Nightclub
This twin sister electro-house/dance double act fuses multiple genres of music-making waves in the club and pop scene.
Blue Öyster Cult – Jan. 16 – Sycuan Casino
A classic American rock band hailing from Long Island, they continue to bring the energy to a maximum degree.
Nitti Gritti and Wuku – Dec. 18 – Bassmnt Nightclub
Nitti Gritti continues to push the envelope for electronic music, developing his own unique style influenced by elements of trap and future bass.
Eric Johnson – Dec. 21 – House of Blues
One of the most respected guitarists of all time, Johnson has developed elite electric guitar skills, playing shows that display his true mastery of this instrument.
Michael Kiwanuka – Dec. 22 – Observatory North Park
One of the best soul artists of this generation, Michael Kiwanuka’s music delivers folk-inflected emotions drawing on inspiration from the soul legends of a prior age.
Saint Motel – Jan. 25 – Observatory North Park
An indie rock band hailing from L.A., Saint Motel spans numerous genres with tons of catchy tunes.