Top concerts this week in San Diego (July 8-14)


Top performances coming to town this week include Shawn Mendes, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Deorro and Billie Eilish.

7.8: Shawn Mendes

The young Canadian singer/songwriter played at this exact venue two years ago alongside See You Again singer Charlie Puth. Mendes returns with special guest Alessia Cara this time around and just released his latest single, If I Can’t Have You, in May.

@ Pechanga Arena,

Shawn Mendes
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7.10: Jon Bellion

The New York-based singer responsible for Eminem and Rihanna’s Monster followed up his three-time platinum debut, The Human Condition, with sophomore album, Glory Sound Prep, last year. The new collection features appearances from Quincy Jones, RZA, Roc Marciano, Tuamie and more.

@ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre,

7.10: Nightmares on Wax (DJ Set)

George Evelyn, aka English DJ/composer Nightmares on Wax, swaps his full band and backing singers for a laptop on this return trip to Music Box. Evelyn’s latest full-length album, Shape The Future, was released in 2018 and features appearances from Mozez, Jordan Rakei and Sadie Walker.

@ Music Box,

7.11: Sir Mix-a-Lot & Kid ‘N Play

Grammy-winning, Seattle-based producer/rapper Anthony Ray (aka Sir Mix-a-lot) returns to San Diego as part of a double bill that also includes hip-hop duo and House Party actors Kid (Christopher Reid) and Play (Christopher Martin).

@ Sycuan,

7.12: Deorro

This dude was just here in April at the exact same venue. But that shouldn’t matter because Deorro, aka L.A.-based DJ Erick Orrosquieta, can crank out singles with the best of ‘em. Orrosquieta already has released a handful in 2019 -- February’s Wild Like The Wind (as well as an accompanying remix), March’s Pica with Henry Fong and Elvis Crespo, Keep It Goin with Danny Avila in April, and most recently, Obvious, in May.


7.13: Billie Eilish

The 17-year-old L.A.-based singer and Interscope Records artist returns to San Diego for her biggest solo show yet. Eilish released her long-coming and highly anticipated debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, in March.

@ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre,