The xx and Fleet Foxes may be sold out this week, but there’s plenty of other shows in San Diego that deserve your attention!

Monday, September 18

Lil Yachty – Observatory North Park
This rapper and singer first came into the spotlight August 2015 with his singles “One Night” and “Minnesota.” He was featured in the Grammy nominated song by D.R.A.M., “Broccoli.” More info.

Thursday, September 21

RAC, NVDES – Music Box San Diego
Pop artist RAC’s album EGO features collaborations from a bunch of our favorite musicians like Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo, MNDR, St. Lucia, KNA, and Joywave. More info.

Thursday, September 21

Andrew Belle, Praytell – SPACE Bar
Chicago born singer-songwriter Andrew Belle is known for his catchy indie folk songs. He has a new album out called Dive Deep (2017). More info.

Thursday, September 21

Fleet Foxes, Natalie Prass – Observatory North Park
This is SOLD OUT! Fleet Foxes is an indie folk band out of Seattle. Their new album is Crack-Up (2017). Get there early to hear the sweet voice of singer-songwriter Natalie Prass. More info.

Friday, September 22

Current Joys, Celebrity Crush, Los Shadows – Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center
This is going to be a great show to go to see up and coming bands. We’re a fan of openers Los Shadows–get there early for that! More info.

Saturday, September 23

Frankie Rose, Suburban Living – Soda Bar
If you’re into dark 80s rock like Bauhaus or Siouxie and the Banshees, you’ll probably be a Frankie Rose fan! Her new album, Cage Tropical just came out. More info.

Saturday, September 23

The xx, Niia – Observatory North Park
SOLD OUT! What did you expect? The xx’s minimalist indie rock has attracted fans for years. Their third and newest album is called I See You. More info.

Sunday, September 24

Wand, Dream Burglar, Darto – The Casbah
Wand’s new album Plum dropped just in time for their San Diego show! Watch for our review of their new song “Blue Cloud” on ListenSD.com. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey