Top concerts this week in San Diego (July 23-29)

Top concerts headed to town this week include Logic, Steel Pulse, Snow Tha Product, and 311 and Offspring.

7.24: Logic 

Maryland-based rapper Logic (aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall II) is having a good year. Not only did his latest album, the March-released Bobby Tarantino II mixtape, debut at the top spot on the Billboard 200, he also became one of 15 artists to have 10 or more songs make Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in a single week.

@ Mattress Firm Amphitheatre, livenation.com

7.25: Mt. Joy 

After watching their single Astrovan collect over 5 million Spotify streams, the Philadelphia-based roots rockers released their self-titled debut in March. The show is part of local radio station 91X’s Inspired by the Music series. 

@ Music Box, musicboxsd.com

7.27: Steel Pulse 

These Grammy-winning British veterans are considered by many to be the greatest non-Jamaican reggae band of all time. And after 40-plus years, Steel Pulse still features founding lead vocalist David Hinds and keyboardist Selwyn Brown.

@ Del Mar Turf Club, dmtc.com

7.28: Snow Tha Product 

After releasing her first official EP, the eight-track Half Way There…Pt.1, two years ago, rapper, actress and Mesa College alum Claudia Feliciano followed it with a handful of appearances on other artists’ singles in 2017. This year, Meza returned with a pair of her own tracks, the March-released Help a B*tch Out (feat. O.T. Genesis) and May’s Myself (feat. DRAM).

@ House of Blues, houseofblues.com/sandiego

7.28: Valentino Khan 

This L.A.-based DJ and producer’s 2017 single, Pump, became Vevo’s most streamed video of all time. Khan’s March-released follow-up, Lick It, has already spawned two, three-song remix EPs.

@ Bassmnt, bassmntsd.com

7.29: Adam Ant  

After a long stretch of acting, writing and fatherhood, the iconic ’80s superstar is ready to don the pirate gear, his goody two shoes and stand and deliver. Ahoy!

@ Humphreys Concerts by the Bay, humphreysconcerts.com

7.29: 311 and Offspring 

The SoCal-by-way-of-Nebraska funk-rock quintet joins forces with the “keep ’em separated” punks for a ’90s-era double-dip. 311 released their latest album, Mosaic, last year, while the Offspring are readying their first album in six years for release this summer.  

@ Mattress Firm Amphitheatre, livenation.com

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