21 Things to Do This Weekend
10.14: Danny Brown @ Observatory North Park , observatorysd.com
Atrocity Exhibition, the Detroit rapper’s third studio album, was just released last month.
10.14: Kill Frenzy @ Bang Bang, bangbangsd.com
Belgian house DJ Kill Frenzy (aka Sebastian Vanschoonbeek) released the two-track EP, Crystal Seed/Follow Me, in July.
10.14-16: Shawn Wayans @ American Comedy Co., americancomedyco.com
“Donald Trump is white Kanye West. He’s always saying something to make you go, ‘What!? What is wrong with you!?’ ” - Shawn Wayans on Power 106 Los Angeles
10.14-15: Tom Rhodes @ The Comedy Store, lajolla.thecomedystore.com
“I just spent a month in Asia, and the knowledge nugget that I have brought back for you from Asia is that the most beautiful women in the world are Thai men.” - Tom Rhodes at the New York Comedy Cellar
10.14-16: Jump Jive @ Balboa Theatre, sandiegotheatres.org
California Ballet Co. kicks classical form to the curb in this high-octane performance infused with ‘60s rock, ‘40s swing and rhythms from the Roaring ‘20s.
10.14-11.13: God of Carnage @ New Village Arts Theatre, newvillagearts.org
Two New York couples prove they’re capable of temper tantrums, too, when they meet to discuss a schoolyard
scuffle that resulted in one of their son’s teeth getting knocked out.
10.15: Surfing Madonna Beach Run, Moonlight Beach, Encinitas,
Run a 5K, 10K or 15K along the water’s edge and across some of the most scenic beaches in North County on this sandy course, touted as the largest beach run in the country.
10.15: Feed Me @ Bassmnt, bassmntsd.com
British electro house/dubstep DJ Jon Gooch, aka Feed Me, first performed under the moniker Spor. Led by the single “What It Feels Like (feat. Nina Nesbitt),” Gooch released his second LP, Feed Me’s Family Reunion, in July.
10.15: GRIZ @ SOMA, somasandiego.com
The saxophone-playing, Michigan-based DJ and producer took part in KAABOO’s inaugural late-night series last year. His 2015-released fourth album, Say It Loud, featured collaborations with Belgian house DJ Kill Frenzy, The Floozies and Orlando Napier.
10.15: Prophets of Rage @ Sleep Train Amphitheatre, livenation.com
Rage Against The Machine (minus Zack de la Rocha), Chuck D. of Public Enemy and Cypress Hill join forces for this hybrid super group.
10.15: ScHoolboy Q @ Observatory North Park, observatorysd.com
The Blank Face LP, ScHoolboy Q’s July-released fourth studio album, features Kanye West, Tha Dogg Pound, Anderson .Paak and E-40 among others.
10.15: Swan Lake @ Spreckels Theatre, spreckels.net
The Russian Grand Ballet spreads its wings on the San Diego stage with this full-length version of the Tchaikovsky classic, offering an unforgettable blend of romanticism and tragedy.
10.15: Mac ‘N’ Cheese Festival, Waterfront Park, Downtown,
Local restaurants battle for the best gourmet mac ‘n’ cheese in San Diego, as attendees taste and vote for their faves, washing it all down with beer tastings.
10.15: The 1975 @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, as.sdsu.edu/calcoast
This young English rock quartet released their sophomore LP, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, in February.
10.15: Taste of North Park, Various Restaurants, North Park,
Take a self-guided culinary walking tour of North Park to find new favorite spots from among more than 50 of the neighborhood’s restaurants and more than a dozen of its breweries.
10.15-23: “Peter Max Retrospective - 1960-2016" @ Monarch|Arredon Contemporary Art, monarchfineart.com
Peter Max’s lush, vibrant art has been everywhere - on a Boeing jet, in presidential libraries and U.S. embassies, in museums throughout the world, and on NBC’s The Voice. Now, it can be on your wall, since all the works in this exhibit are available for acquisition.
10.15-1.29: “Boundless: A California Invitational” @ Museum of Photographic Arts, mopa.org
A dozen California photographers explore and approach subjects and traditions of the past, reimagining their medium in a modern way.
10.16: The Julie Run @ Music Box, musicboxsd.com
Legendary Bikini Kill and Le Tigre singer leads her new quintet on a tour in support of their 2016-released second album, Hit Reset.
10.16: The Temper Trap @ Observatory North Park, observatorysd.com
The London-via-Melbourne-based indie rockers released their third album, Thick As Thieves, in June.
10.16: R. Kelly @ Valley View Casino Center, valleyviewcasinocenter.com
Hungry? Join R&B crooner R. Kelly on his all-arena Buffet Tour. It comes on the heels of his 2015 album of the same name. Just make sure to wash your hands first.
10.16: Yellowcard @ House of Blues, houseofblues.com/sandiego
The Florida pop-punkers with a penchant for violin released their eponymous final studio album last month.
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