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Top concerts this week in San Diego (June 10-16)

Top performances coming to town this week include Riot Ten, Rebelution, Plague Vendor and Jennifer Lopez.

6.10: Jennifer Lopez

Only the fourth time she’s hit the road for an extended period of time, Jenny from the Block heads to San Diego for the North American leg of her It’s My Party Tour. Lopez continues to juggle music with her TV and film career, currently appearing on NBC’s World of Dance and starring (alongside Cardi B, Constance Wu and Julia Stiles) in the feature film Hustlers, set for release in September. Read more about JLo here.

@ Pechanga Arena, pechangaarenasd.com

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez
(Getty Images)

6.12: Plague Vendor

By Night, the L.A.-based punk quartet’s third album set for release this month, had super-producer John Congleton at the helm and it shows. A solid synthesis of the band’s feral on-stage energy and expansion into new sounds, By Night is the band’s new high-water mark.

@ Music Box, musicboxsd.com

Plague Vendor
Plague Vendor
(Robert Hickerson)

6.14: Toby Keith

Ok, Fairgoers, it’s time to grab your cowboy hats and red Solo cups. The bearded singer hasn’t released an album of original material since 2015, but his 2017 compilation album, The Bus Songs, did feature two new tracks – Sh***y Golfer and Wacky Tobaccy.

@ Del Mar Fairgrounds, sdfair.com

Toby Keith
Toby Keith
(Courtesy photo)

6.14: Oh Sees

If you don’t already have tickets to John Dwyer and Co.’s seemingly annual visit to Solana Beach, you’re out of luck. This show has been sold out for weeks. But you can pick up a copy of the garage punk foursome’s 21st studio album, Smote Reverser, which was released last August.

@ Belly Up, bellyup.com

Oh Sees
Oh Sees
(Courtesy photo)

6.14: Borgeous

Miami-based DJ and OMNIA regular John Borger has remixed everyone from Marshmello and Morgan Page to Ciara and Ariana Grande. He released his Dear Me EP last year and has put out the remixes to Make Me Yours with Zack Martino, as well as new single Leave with Jordyn Jones, so far in 2019.

@ OMNIA, omniaclubs.com/san-diego

Borgeous
Borgeous
(Courtesy photo)

6.15: Markus Schulz

The German-born/Miami-based trance DJ, founder of Coldharbour Recordings, and host of the Global DJ Broadcast radio show released his seventh studio album, We Are The Light, last year. The 31-song double album features collaborations with Smiley, Nikki Flores, Jared Lee, JES, Lachi, Soundland and others.

@ Parq, parqsd.com

Markus Schulz
Markus Schulz
(Courtesy photo)

6.15: Eric Burdon and The Animals

The legendary 78-year-old singer, decorated soldier of the British Invasion, and “Eggman” of The Beatles’ I Am The Walrus returns to San Diego with the band that started his career.

@ Humphreys Concerts by the Bay, humphreysconcerts.com

Eric Burdon
Eric Burdon
(Courtesy photo)

6.15: Rebelution

Eric Rachmany, the Santa Barbara pop-reggae quintet’s lead singer, was last here for a solo show in December. Now the band is back on the road together and has a solid lineup of support acts with them, including funk/soul throwbacks Durand Jones & The Indications.

@ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, livenation.com

Rebelution
Rebelution
(Sam Medina)

6.15: Smokey Robinson

The Motown legend, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Grammy Living Legend Award-winner, and Kennedy Center Honoree is hands-down the very best reason to head to the San Diego County Fair this year.

@ Del Mar Fairgrounds, sdfair.com

Smokey Robinson
Smokey Robinson
(Courtesy photo)

6.15: Riot Ten

Texas-based dubstep/hardtrap DJ and producer Riot Ten (aka Chris Wilson) released his Hype Or Die: Sun City EP in March. The six-track collection features collaborations with Throwdown, Stoutty, Pierce, Basstrick and Foreign Suspects.

@ Bassmnt, bassmntsd.com

Riot Ten
Riot Ten
(Courtesy photo)