Most of our picks for San Diego concerts this week are going to be Friday through Sunday. We’re excited about Alex G, Raekwon, and Drab Majesty!

Thursday, June 15

Raekwon – Observatory North Park
Only $8 to see legendary rapper Raekwon of Wu-Tang Clan fame?! Better snag yourself a ticket before they’re all gone. More info.

Friday, June 16

Marian Hill, Opia – Observatory North Park
Marian Hill is a Philadelphia duo comprised of Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol. They play electronic and synth-pop and their most recent release is Act One (2016). More info.

Friday, June 16

Drab Majesty, Xeno, Oaklander – SPACE
Drab Majesty is anything but drab. A solo project of Deb DeMure (also known as Andrew Clincos), Drab Majesty recalls 80s new wave with complicated guitar instrumentation and reverb heavy vocals. More info.

Friday, June 16

Alex G, Japanese Breakfast, Cende – Irenic
Alex G is an indie rock musician from Philly. His 2017 release on Domino Recording Company is called Rocket. More info.

Saturday, June 17

Enjoy, Cowgirl Clue, Svelte, Mystery Cave – Weird Hues
This event is the One Year Anniversary Launch Party for Weird Hues. An experimental art movement, Weird Hues is dedicated to creating an artistic atmosphere in San Diego and Tijuana. More info.

Saturday, June 17

Bad Suns, HUNNY – Observatory North Park
Formed in 2012, Bad Suns is an alt rock band from Los Angeles. Their most recent release is from 2016 and it’s called Disappear Here. More info.

Sunday, June 18

Slow Hollows, Sad Girl, Beach Goons – Irenic
From Los Angeles, Slow Hollows is an indie/alternative rock band fronted by young singer Austin Feinstein. Sad Girl and Beach Goons will open. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey