There are so many shows to pick from this week: You can see San Diego-based The Creepy Creeps this weekend at the Adams Avenue Street Festival, dream pop group Winter at Blonde Bar, or Bleachers at The Observatory North Park!

Monday, September 25

Winter, Minor Gems, White Guilt – Blonde Bar
Winter is a dream pop group started by Brazilian born, LA-based Samira Winter. Their new song “Jaded” sounds like The Cars and 90s alt-rock goodness. More info.

Wednesday, September 27

Bleachers, Tangerine – Observatory North Park
Bleachers are an indie pop band from New York City fronted by singer (and Lena Dunham’s beau) Jack Antonoff. They’re best known for their single, “I Wanna Get Better.” More info.

Thursday, September 28

Imagine Dragons – Mattress Firm Amphitheatre
This is the Las Vegas-based band’s EVOLVE TOUR! Imagine Dragons are known for their radio friendly and stadium worthy songs. More info.

Friday, September 29

Hellogoodbye, Chris Farren, Family Of Geniuses – Irenic
Hellogoodbye is a pop rock outfit formed in Huntington Beach, California by singer Forrest Kline. They’re expected to release new material soon, but they’re scheduled to perform their older albums at this gig. More info.

Friday, September 29

Y La Bamba, Monogem, Stephanie Brown & The Surrealistics – Soda Bar
Fronted by singer Luz Elena Mendoza, Y La Bamba makes eclectic indie folk that draws heavily on traditional Mexican music. More info.

Friday, September 29

Widowspeak, Clearance, Soft Lions – Space Bar
Widowspeak’s greatest appeal is singer Molly Hamilton’s ethereal voice and their psych-rock instrumentals. Find our review of their newest album, Expect The Best, on ListenSD.com soon! More info.

Saturday, September 30

The Whisky Circle, the Oxen – The Merrow
The Whisky Circle from San Diego play indie psych rock. See our review of their new EP, Into The Valley soon on ListenSD.com! More info.

Saturday, September 30-Sunday, October 1

Adams Avenue Street Fair – Adams Avenue
This is an annual music and art fest in Normal Heights! Bands like The Creepy Creeps, Spooky Cigarette, Birdy Bardot, Big Bloom, and more will be hitting the stage! More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey