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Top concerts in San Diego (Aug. 21-27)

Top concerts coming to San Diego this week include Ozomatli, Slightly Stoopid, Young the Giant and Dierks Bentley.

Top concerts coming to San Diego this week include Ozomatli, Slightly Stoopid, Young the Giant and Dierks Bentley.

8.24 Young The Giant 

Orange County alt rockers Young The Giant bring Cold War Kids and Joywave with them to San Diego for this special triple bill. YTG’s latest album, “Home of the Strange,” came out last summer.  

7:30 p.m. Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, 5500 Campanile Dr., San Diego. $29.95-$39.95. All ages. 619.594.0234 or as.sdsu.edu/calcoast

Young the Giant. (Courtesy photo)

8.24 Mew 

The long-running Danish quartet has been a trio now for two years and released their first album as such, “Visuals,” in April.

8 p.m. The Observatory North Park, 2891 University Ave., North Park. $20. All ages. 619.239.8836 or observatorysd.com

Mew. (Courtesy photo)

8.25 Michael Calfan 

Twenty-six-year-old Parisian producer Michael Calfan was discovered by fellow countryman and French house vet Bob Sinclar nearly a decade ago. His latest single, Over Again, was released last October on Spinnin’ Records.

8 p.m. Bang Bang, 526 Market St., downtown. $10-20. 21+.  619.677.2264 or bangbangsd.com

Michael Kalfan. (Courtesy photo)

8.25 Dierks Bentley 

The country singer/songwriter was last here in September to promote his 2016 album, “Black.” He returns on his What The Hell World Tour this time – a nod to album cut “What The Hell Did I Say?”

7 p.m. Mattress Firm Amphitheatre, 2050 Entertainment Circle, Chula Vista. $32.25-72. All ages. 619.671.3500. livenation.com

Dierks Bentkey. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

8.25 Dirtyphonics 

The French trap trio Dirty Phonics (Charly Barranger, Julien “PitchIn” Corrales, and Julien “Pho” Lignon) have release a slew of singles in 2017: Night Ride, Boombox, Got Your Love and Watch Out, the last of which features Ragga Twins and Bassnectar.

9 p.m. Bassmnt, 919 Fourth Ave., Suite 100, downtown. $10. 18+. 619.231.9200 or bassmntsd.com

Dirty Phonics. (Courtesy photo)

8.25 Porter Robinson 

The North Carolina-born wunderkind spent most of last year touring with French DJ and producer Madeon on their “Shelter” Live Tour – which was based on their collaborative single of the same name. The 24-year-old DJ and producer sold out the Valley View Casino Center when he was last in San Diego, but, like Kaskade, opts this time for the cozy confines of Omnia.

Omnia San Diego, 454 Sixth Ave., downtown. Advance tickets sold out. 21+. 619.544.9500 or omnianightclub.com   

Porter Robinson. (Courtesy photo)

8.26 Pink Martini 

Portland’s “Little Orchestra” returns to Shelter Island after last hitting Escondido in December. The ensemble released their 10th album, “Je Dis Oui!,” at the end of last year. It featured appearances from longtime friends Rufus Wainwright and NPR White House correspondent Ari Shapiro.

8 p.m. Humphreys Concerts by the Bay, 2241 Shelter Island Dr., Point Loma. General admission sold out. All ages. 619.224.3577 or humphreysconcerts.com

Pink Martini. (Courtesy photo)

8.26 Vicetone 

DJs Ruben Den Boer and Victor Pool comprise the Dutch production duo of Vicetone and spent last year remixing The Weeknd and Bob Marley, dropping a ton of new singles, as well as releasing their debut EP, Aurora. This year, the pair has put out a pair of new tracks, I Hear You, and Apex.

9 p.m. Bassmnt, 919 Fourth Ave., Suite 100, downtown. $10. 18+. 619.231.9200 or bassmntsd.com

Vicetone. (Brian Ziff)

8.26 Slightly Stoopid

Everyone’s favorite Ocean Beach stoner collective always saves the best stash (of songs and special guests) for hometown shows and still boasts local legend Karl Denson on sax.

After the last race of the day. Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar. $6-10. 18+. 858.792.4242 or dmtc.com

Slightly Stoopid. (Courtesy photo)

8.26 Sylvan Esso 

The North Carolina-based electro-pop duo is comprised of singer Amelia Meath and producer Nick Sanborn. The pair released their second album, “What Now,” in April. 

8 p.m. The Observatory North Park, 2891 University Ave., North Park. Sold out. All ages. 619.239.8836 or observatorysd.com

Sylvan Esso. (Courtesy photo)

8.27 Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and St. Paul & The Broken Bones 

It’s a Southern-fried funk fest with the Louisiana brass of Troy Andrews’ Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue joining forces with Alabama soul six-piece St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

7 p.m. Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, 5500 Campanile Dr., San Diego. $19.50-35. All ages. 619.594.0234 or as.sdsu.edu/calcoast   

Trombone Shorty. (Courtesy photo)

8.27 Ozomatli 

Still going strong in their 22nd year, the long-running bilingual funk collective continues to tour regularly, has released a children’s album, and served as the house band for all three seasons of Gabriel Iglesias’ Comedy Central show.

7:30 p.m. Bayside Summer Nights, Embarcadero Marina Park South, 200 Marina Park Way, downtown. $25-88. All ages. 619.235.0804 or sandiegosymphony.org

Ozomatli (Sandra Dahdah)

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