By: Lara McCaffrey

Wow, it’s going to be a busy week for San Diego shows! AlunaGeorge takes over the Observatory on Tuesday, Yeasayer plays on Thursday and BOTH of the big alternative radio stations are doing festivals this Sunday!


Tuesday, May 31

AlunaGeorge – Observatory North Park
AlunaGeorge are an electronic music duo from London, UK: Aluna Francis and George Reid. Their newest release (due September 2016) will be called I Remember. More info.


Wednesday, June 1

Modern Baseball, Joyce Manor – House of Blues
Modern Baseball is rock band from Philadelphia, PA. Their newest album, Holy Ghost dropped May 13th. More info.


Thursday, June 2

Yeasayer – Observatory North Park
This experimental rock band from Brooklyn has four studio albums under their belt. Amen & Goodbye, released April 1st, is their newest. More info.


Friday, June 3

Broncho – Casbah
This band from Oklahoma just released a new record called Double Vanity. The new record is a huge sonic leap from their classic rock, punk, and new wave influenced sophomore record Just Hip Enough To Be Woman. More info.


Saturday, June 4

Thrice – House of Blues
Remember Thrice?! The Southern California punk band is back after a five year hiatus with a new album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. This House of Blues show marks one of the first dates of their comeback tour. More info.


Sunday, June 5

Lucius @ SPF 949 – Oceanside Amphitheater
FM 94.9 is holding a big festival the same day 91X has their’s. You can’t go wrong with whichever you choose to attend! If you check out the Oceanside Amphitheater, make sure you see NYC pop group, Lucius. More info.


Sunday, June 5

The Frights @ 91X Fest – Sleep Train Amphitheater
If you choose to go down South to the Sleep Train Amphitheater, make sure you check out the Frights! This San Diego surf-garage-punk rock trio came out with a new album, You Are Going To Hate This, this past February. More info.


Sunday, June 5

The Hotelier – Che Cafe
This rock band formed when its members were in high school! Originally called the Hotel Year, the group changed their name so fans could search for them online easier. Their newest release is called Goodness. More info.