Hopefully you’re catching one of the Father John Misty shows this week! If not, Coldplay, The Garden, and other musical goodness will be playing San Diego the first week of October.

Monday, October 2

BROCKHAMPTON, Romil (DJ Set) – Observatory North Park
SOLD OUT! BROCKHAMPTON is a hip-hop formed in San Marcos, Texas. They released BOTH their first and second albums this year–Saturation and Saturation II. More info.

Thursday, October 5 & Friday, October 6

Father John Misty, Weyes Blood – Observatory North Park
Friday’s show is SOLD OUT but on Thursday you have a chance to see famous singer-songwriter, Father John Misty. People love him for his charming croon and introspective lyrics. More info.

Friday, October 6

Depeche Mode, Warpaint – Mattress Firm Amphitheatre
Icons Depeche Mode are an English electronic band formed in 1980. They’re known for goth jams like “Personal Jesus” and “Enjoy The Silence.” More info.

Saturday, October 7

Indigo Benefit Fest – Seaside Bazaar
This is a fest happening in the pretty oceanside neighborhood of Encinitas! See bands RAMBO, Feather & Dot, Todo Mundo, The Verigolds, The Moves Collective all play for a good cause. More info.

Saturday, October 7

Léon, Wrabel – Irenic
Léon is a Swedish singer-songwriter with a beautiful voice and relateable lyrics. Her newest song “Body” is about a summer love she had working as a waitress. More info.

Sunday, October 8

The Garden, Fake Tides, Kan-Kan – Irenic
The Garden is the project of twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears. Formed in 2011 in Orange County, The Garden plays conceptual punk music–a genre they’ve labeled “Vada Vada.” More info.

Sunday, October 8

Coldplay, Tove Lo, Alina Baraz – San Diego County Credit Union Stadium/Qualcomm/The Murph
This show is part of radio-friendly rock band Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams Tour. Singer-songwriters Tove Lo and Alina Baraz will open. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey