13 Things To Do in San Diego This Weekend
4.22: Deerhunter @ Observatory North Park, observatorysd.com
Indie rock foursome hailing from Atlanta, Georgia.
4.22: R3hab @ OMNIA San Diego, omnianightclub.com
Calvin Harris, Lady Gaga and Madonna are among the many artists for whom this electro producer has remixed tracks.
4.22: Jo Dee Messina @ Moonlight Amphitheatre, moonlightstage.com
Country songstress best known for hits “Heads Carolina, Tails California” (1996), “Bye, Bye” (1998) and “My Give a Damn’s Busted” (2005), among other chart-toppers.
4.22: Paris Blohm @ Bassmnt, bassmntsd.com
Los Angeles-native progressive house remixer.
4.22: Andy Mineo @ House of Blues, hob.com
This hip-hopper is a deacon at a Washington Heights church (in NYC), where he and his family reside.
4.22-24: Lakeside Rodeo
Lakeside Rodeo Arena
Behold the bareback bronco rides, broken hillbilly bones and beer-guzzling cowboys that bring the Wild West to East County each April.
4.22-5.29: Dinner with Marlene
Lamb’s Players Theatre
1142 Orange Ave., Coronado
Powder your nose and bring your manners - Parisian singer and movie star Marlene Dietrich is hosting a dinner party in 1938 with Europe’s finest socialites... and you’re invited.
4.23: Ellie Goulding @ SDSU’s Vieja’s Arena, as.sdsu.edu
Indie pop artist Elena Jane “Ellie” Goulding rose to fame in 2012, when her single “Lights” reached No. 2 on Billboard’s “Hot 100" chart. The 29-year-old Londoner has enjoyed even more success with her subsequent hits “Burn” (2013), “Something in the Way You Move” (2015) and “Love Me Like You Do” (2015), which was recorded for the film Fifty Shades of Grey and scored a 2016 Grammy Award nomination in the “Best Pop Solo Performance” category. ( Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” won the trophy.)
Among other stops the singer- songwriter will make during her North American tour (in support of her new album Delirium, which dropped in November) are two Friday nights in Indio, where Goulding will perform at the Coachella Valley Music Festival just before LCD Soundsystem takes the stage.
4.23: Say Anything @ House of Blues, hob.com
On February 4, this indie rock band dropped its seventh studio album, I Don’t Think It Is.
4.23: Michael Woods @ OMNIA San Diego, omnianightclub.com
In May 2015, techno producer Michael Woods remixed Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money.”
4.23: UZ @ Bassmnt, bassmntsd.com
Diplo says this trap DJ’s beats are “drunken energy sub bass and cartoon horn stabs that make my stomach feel weird and my feet shuffle.”
4.23-24: Pepe Aguilar @ Pechanga Resort & Casino, pechanga.com
In 2012, ranchera singer-songwriter Pepe Aguilar received star No. 2,474 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
4.24: La Jolla Half Marathon
Del Mar Fairgrounds
The second race in the Half Marathon Triple Crown Series challenges participants to complete a 13.1-mile course from the Del Mar Fairgrounds, through Torrey Pines and culminating in a finish- line festival in La Jolla’s Ellen Browning Scripps Park.
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