This week in San Diego concerts: Conor Oberst serenades the Observatory, At The Drive-In rocks Soma, and The Chainsmokers will start a dance party at Valley View!

Monday, May 8

The Chainsmokers, Kiiara, KYLE, Emily Warren – Valley View Casino Center
Finding a dance party on a Monday night in San Diego might be kind of hard unless you’re going to this show! Chainsmokers are a DJ/music producing duo that plays totally danceable EDM-pop music. More info.

Tuesday, May 9

At The Drive-In, Le Butcherettes – Soma
This post-punk band formed in the border city El Paso, Texas. They split in 2001 but reunited in 2012 for a few festivals. They started playing again in 2016 but without guitarist Jim Ward. More info.

Wednesday, May 10

Barns Courtney, Foxtrax  – House of Blues San Diego 
British singer-songwriter Barns Courtney will make you swoon with his special brand of bluesy folk-pop. We love his song “Fire” but frankly all of his songs are fire. 😉 More info.

Thursday, May 11

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Together Pangea, Kid Congo, the Pink Monkey Birds – House of Blues San Diego 
Punk rock supergroup and cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes and lo-fi garage rockers Together Pangea will have you hitting the pit whether you like it or not! More info.

Friday, May 12

Timber Timbre, The Wooden Sky – Soda Bar
From Canada, Timber Timbre plays psych-folk music with cinematic and spooky vibes. Their sixth studio album is Sincerely, Future Pollution (2017). More info.

Saturday, May 13

Cashmere Cat – Observatory North Park
Cashmere Cat is a DJ/record producer/musician from Norway. He’s worked with some names you might be familiar with like The Weeknd, MØ, Ed Sheeran, and more. His debut album is called 9 (2017). More info.

Sunday, May 14

Conor Oberst, Phoebe Bridgers – Observatory North Park
Bright Eyes singer-songwriter Conor Oberst is back with a new album Salutations (2017) that’s just as glorious as his previous work. Get there early to see Phoebe Bridgers open the show with her sweet indie-folk tunes. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey