If you’re looking for a San Diego show this week, you’ve come to the right place! This week we’re excited about Hot Chip, Garden Echo, The Aquadolls and so much MORE!


Monday, August 22

Guns n’ Roses – Qualcomm Stadium
These hard rockers welcome San Diego to the jungle this Monday night. Still want to catch Slash and crew? Looks like there are some tickets still available if you want to shell out a pretty penny. More info.


Tuesday, August 23

Midnight Clergy, Beatie Wolf, Garden Echo – The Casbah
Midnight Clergy is fronted by Greg Griffin, formerly of Proud Mary from the United Kingdom. Expect catchy guitar riffs and soulful vocals. Our favorite local babes Garden Echo will open! More info.


Wednesday, August 24

Melissa Brooks and the Aquadolls, Sizzy Rocket, Caroline, Be All End All – The Irenic
The Aquadolls are a psych rock band from Seal Beach, California now on on the roster of the popular Burger Records label. We love checking out shows at the Irenic, the church by day venue by night. More info.


Wednesday, August 24

The Black Heart Procession, Systems Officer, Nylon Apartments – The Casbah
The Black Heart Procession has been a staple in the San Diego indie rock music scene since the late 90s. In 2013, they called for a break but have been playing shows here and there recently. Can we expect new music from them? I sure hope so! More info.


Thursday, August 25

Soft Lions, Cerulean Veins, Los Shadows – Soda Bar
Self described as “moody post-riot grrrl,” Soft Lions will hopefully be playing new tracks from their upcoming full length XOXO. Fellow San Diegans Cerulean Veins and Los Shadows will open. More info.


Friday, August 26

Hot Chip, Marcus Marr – The Observatory North Park
These renowned electronic musicians from London are guaranteed to make you dance. They’re released six albums with 2015’s Why Make Sense? being the most recent. More info.


Saturday, August 27

The Zeros, Cruz Radical, The Bassics – Til-Two Club
If you don’t know about the Zeros, it’s time to get acquainted. The punk band first came to prominence in the 70s and became an unstoppable force in the San Diego music scene. See them play with other local bands at City Heights’ Til Two Club. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey