21 Things To Do This Weekend

6/17: Thievery Corporation @ San Diego Oysterfest,

Musicians Rob Garza and Eric Hilton compose this electronic duo.

6/17: The Beach Boys @ Pala Casino,

Rolling Stone ranks this iconic rock and roll band at No. 12 on its “100 Greatest Artists” list.

6/17: Tokyo Police Club @ Belly Up Tavern,

This indie rock foursome dropped its Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness, Pt. 1 EP in April.

6/17: Matt Nathanson @ San Diego County Fair,

TV shows NCIS, One Tree Hill and Scrubs have featured songs by this folk rocker.

6.17 Bare @ Bassmnt,

L.A.-based dubstep turntablist.

6.17-18: Steve Hofstetter @ The Comedy Palace,

“When the aliens come and we have to convince them to spare us, Donald Trump running for President will be a tough one to explain.” - Steve Hofstetter on Twitter

6.17-18: Steve Treviño @ The Comedy Store,

“You women don’t get it. Women don’t understand what it feels like when men win in gambling. Let me help you out, ladies. Imagine you walk into Macy’s... and everything is free. Your vaginas would scream, ‘AHHH!’” - Steve Treviño on Steve Treviño: Relatable

6.17-18: San Diego Oysterfest @ Embarcadero Marina Park North, Downtown,

DJ duo Thievery Corporation and reggae band Rebelution (respectively) headline this year’s two-day shuck-and-suck celebration, which features lots of beer and wine to wash down the bivalves

6/18: Grand Funk Railroad @ San Diego County Fair,

Classic rock band out of Flint, Michigan.

6.18: Village Music Walk @ Magee Park, Carlsbad,

See dozens of musicians and bands of all genres perform during this free, six-hour music fest in Carlsbad’s seaside village.

6/18: James Taylor @ Valley View Casino Center,

In 2015 - 47 years after his self-titled first album debuted in 1968 - this folk rocker’s 17th album, Before This World, became his first No. 1 record on the “Billboard 200” chart.

6/18: Rebelution @ San Diego Oysterfest,

Reggae rockers on the road promoting their new album, Falling Into Place, which drops June 3.

6/18: Devildriver @ Brick by Brick,

Metal band touring internationally in support of its new album, Trust No One, which dropped May 13.

6.18: Trevor Noah @ Harrah’s Resort SoCal,

“Black people can ‘woohoo,’ black people often do ‘woohoo,’ but it’s not instinctively a black sound of happiness, and I think it’s because black people aren’t comfortable with the ‘woohoo.’ Deep down inside, there’s a certain moment in ‘woohoo’ when every black person stops enjoying it. There’s just a moment when, and maybe this is my own personal experience, but I feel it sounds eerily similar to a police siren.” - Trevor Noah on Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation

Deriving inspiration from photos she captured during a trip across the pond, artist Adrienne Joy re-imagines her chance encounters on the streets of Europe in this collection of oil paintings.

6.18-7.23: Adrienne Joy
Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
1008 Wall St., La Jolla

Jean Lowe presents a collection of fictional auction catalogs that promote for sale such human curiosities as newspaper clippings, driver’s licenses and psychiatrist notes.

6.18-7.23: “Lost Time,” by Jean Lowe
Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
1008 Wall St., La Jolla

6.18-25: U.S. Police & Fire Championships @ Venues Throughout San Diego County,

Thousands of law enforcement personnel, firefighters, prison workers and border protection agency reps from all 50 states descend on America’s Finest to compete in more than 50 sporting events.

6/19: Roberto Tapia @ San Diego County Fair,

San Diego-born Norteño artist and instrumentalist.

6.19: Ilan-Lael Foundation Open House @ Ilan-Lael Foundation, Julian,

Be one of the first to see the nearly-completed Ilan-Lael Center while touring the residential compound of James Hubbell when the celebrated local artist and architect opens his doors to the public on Father’s Day.

6/19: Total Chaos @ Brick by Brick,

Punk rock quartet on its one-month South West Street Punx tour with Conflict and Resilience.

6.19-7.24: Macbeth
The Old Globe
1363 Old Globe Way, Balboa Park

Shakespeare’s tragedy centers on a man’s murderous path to becoming ruler of Scotland.