Top concerts in San Diego this week (March 25-31)


Big performances in town include Gorilla Biscuits, Cut Snake, The Magician and Chantel Jeffries.

3.28: Wet x Kilo Kish

Brooklyn-based indie-pop duo Wet (Kelly Zutrau and Joe Valle) join forces with singer and visual artist Kilo Kish (Lakisha Robinson) for a co-headlining tour. Zutrau and Valle released their second studio album, Still Run, last July, while Robinson’s mothe EP was released two months later.

@ Observatory North Park,

3.28: Gorilla Biscuits

Despite losing longtime guitarist Alex Brown to a stroke last month, the veteran New York hardcore punks are soldiering on. Their impact on the scene is cemented by this sold-out show, as with so many others on the tour, despite not releasing new music in over three decades.

@ The Irenic,

3.29: Cut Snake

Yes, another musical partnership has bitten the dust. The one-time Australian DJ/production duo of Paul Fisher and Leigh Sedley now features Sedley as its only member. But fans should not fret. “Sedz” is happy to take the helm and more new music is reportedly on the way.

@ Bang Bang,

3.30: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

The Bronx rapper, born Artist Dubose, released his second studio album, Hoodie SZN, in December. The album hit the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart earlier this year and features appearances from Offset, Tyga, Young Thug, Juice Wrld and others.

@ House of Blues,

3.30: The Magician

Known at one time for doing magic tricks on stage while performing, Belgian DJ/producer Stephen Fasano pulled a gold record out of his hat when he collaborated with Years & Years on the 2014 single, Sunlight. Fasano’s latest offering, the 2018 track Jalisco, finds him teamed with British house DJ and producer Kideko.

@ Quartyard,

3.30: Chantel Jeffries

Our featured cover artist this month has turned her millions of social media followers into a legitimate DJ career. But Jeffries is no flash in the pan. Her latest single, Facts, features YG, Rich The Kid and BIA, and more new music is on the way. Read more about the multifaceted talent here.


3.31: Michael Bublé

Maybe it’s just me, but my favorite thing the Canadian superstar singer ever did was the “Hamm and Bublé” skit with Jon Hamm on Saturday Night Live in 2010. But selling 75 millions records isn’t too shabby, either. Bublé’s latest, Love, is the singer’s 10th studio album.

@ Pechanga Arena,

Michael Bublé.

Michael Bublé.

(Andrew Chin / Getty Images)

3.31: Sheck Wes

If you haven’t heard Senegalese rapper Sheck Wes’ viral hit, Mo Bamba, then you probably haven’t been listening. The double-platinum-certified hit is taken from the New York MC’s 2018 debut album, Mudboy.

@ House of Blues,


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