The Killers return to San Diego with new music, GIRLSCHOOL Fest in Los Angeles features a line-up of all female-lead bands, and we got a TICKET GIVEAWAY for STRFKR at The Observatory North Park! Follow our Instagram for your chance to win.

Monday, January 29

John Maus, Holy Shit – Belly Up Tavern
John Maus’ music is reminiscent of 1980s synth-pop because of his use of vintage synthesizer sounds and Medieval church modes. He’s also a philosopher–he got his PhD at the University of Hawaii. More info.

Tuesday, January 30

The Killers – Valley View Casino
Somebody told me… The Killers were coming to town! This new wave inspired band is in high demand–their Valley View show is SOLD OUT! More info.

Thursday, February 1

Passion Pit – Observatory North Park
When Passion Pit started out in the mid-2000s, they entranced music lovers with their catchy electropop. Their newest release, Tremendous Sea of Love, reminds us why we fell in love with this band in the first place. More info.

Friday, February 2

Tyler the Creator, Vince Staples – Valley View Casino
Tyler the Creator is the sometimes controversial leader of hip-hop collective Odd Future and rap artist. He’s touring in promotion of his 2017 album, Flower Boy. More info.

Friday, February 2

STRFKR – Observatory North Park
If you like synth-pop, you’ll like STRFKR. We got a ticket giveaway for this show! Check out our Instagram to enter to win. More info.

Friday, February 2-Sunday, February 4

GIRLSCHOOL Fest – Bootleg Theater, LA
This is the third year of this women-identified-fronted music festival. Acts in their three day lineup include Shirley Manson + The Girlschool Choir, Jay Som, and Kristin Kontrol. More info.

Saturday, February 3

Belle Game, WENS – Soda Bar
Belle Game is an indie pop band out of Vancouver. They’re touring in promotion of their new album, Fear/Nothing. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey