March Concert Calendar


Justin Bieber @ Valley View Casino Center” width=”1500” height=”1001” />

3.29: Justin Bieber at Valley View Casino Center,

In November, Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber dropped his fourth studio album, Purpose, which features his recent chart-topping hits “What Do
You Mean,” “Sorry” and “Love Yourself.”

The 22-year-old (born March 1, 1994) pop star, who broke into the biz when his R&B song covers on YouTube caught Usher’s attention, will perform live for millions of Beliebers worldwide as the Purpose World Tour kicks off March 9 in Seattle, Washington and runs through a final show on November 29 in the U.K.

Matisyahu @ Belly Up Tavern” width=”1500” height=”1034” />

3.1: Matisyahu @ Belly Up Tavern,
Reggae hip-hopper Mathew Paul Miller is best known by his Hebrew name, Matisyahu, which means “Gift of God.”

3.1: Joe Satriani @ Balboa Theatre,
In 2011, this rock guitarist appeared as himself, performing the National Anthem in the flick Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill.

3.2: Little River Band @ Sycuan Casino,
Soft rock Aussies best known for their 1978 hits “Lady” and “Reminiscing.”

3.2: Tyga @ Observatory North Park,
This 26-year-old rapper is best known for his on-again, off-again relationship with Kylie Jenner.

3.2: Mutemath @ House of Blues,
On November 13, this alt. rock trio dropped their fourth studio album, Vitals.

3.3: Anuhea @ Observatory North Park,
Anuheake’alaokalokelani Jenkins, Anuhea for short, is a pop/reggae singer-songwriter out of Hawaii.

3.3: Terri Clark @ Sycuan Casino,
Canadian country artist best known for singles “Dirty Girl” (2007), “Girls Lie Too” (2004), “I Just Wanna Be Mad” (2002) and others.

3.4: Wavves @ Observatory North Park,
Alt. pop San Diego-based foursome on the road to promote its new album, V, which dropped in October.

3.5: Cody Johnson @ Moonshine Flats,
In 2011, country singer Cody Johnson quit his gig at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to focus on music.

3.5: Atreyu @ Observatory North Park,
These heavy metalers covered Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love a Bad Name” on the Mr. and Mrs. Smith movie soundtrack.

3.6: Johnny Marr @ Belly Up Tavern,
Former member of The Smiths and Modest Mouse, alt. rocker Johnny Marr wraps his California Jam tour with this show in San Diego.

3.6: 311 @ House of Blues,
This alt. rock band’s moniker references the police code for indecent exposure (311).

3.8: Breaking Benjamin @ House of Blues,
Five-piece rock band founded by Pennsylvanian Benjamin Burnley.

3.9: Waka Flocka Flame @ Observatory North Park,
Drake, Lil Wayne and T.I. are a few of the artists with whom this hip-hopper has collaborated.

3.10: Loreena McKennitt @ Spreckels Theatre,
The Santa Clause (1994) features this Celtic musician’s song “The Bells of Christmas.”

3.10: Cannibal Corpse @ House of Blues,
Death metal quintet headlining a North American tour with Obituary, Cryptopsy and Abysmal Dawn.

3.11 Gary Clark Jr. @ House of Blues,
In May, this blues rocker opened for the Rolling Stones at San Diego’s Petco Park.

3.12: Born of Osiris @ SOMA,
Metal group out of Chicago.

Yanni @ San Diego Civic Theatre” width=”922” height=”611” />

3.12: Yanni @ San Diego Civic Theatre,
Contemporary music composer touring worldwide through July in support of his recent album, Sensuous Chill, which dropped in January.

3.12: I See Stars @ Lamppost Warehouse,
Electro hardcore musicians on the road with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Get Scared and others.

3.12: Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers @ Sycuan Casino,
Larry, Steve and Rudy Gatlin compose this country threesome best known for hits “All the Gold in California” (1979) and “Broken Lady” (1975).

3.13: Julio Iglesias @ Harrah’s Resort SoCal,
Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and Willie Nelson are just a few of the big names with whom this Latin pop star has recorded songs.

3.15: Jose? Gonza?lez @ California Center for the Arts,
Many songs by this indie folk Swede were featured on the soundtrack for the movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, starring Ben Stiller.

3.15-16: The String Cheese Incident @ Observatory North Park,
In June, Skrillex joined these bluegrass rockers onstage at the electric Forest Festival for a live cover of The Doors’ ” Break on Through (to the Other Side).”

3.18: August Burns Red @ House of Blues,
This metalcore band’s single “Identity” earned a Best Metal Performance nomination at the 2016 Grammy Awards.

3.18: Tonight Alive @ SOMA,
The Australian fivesome drops its new pop rock album, Limitless, on March 4.

3.18: Smokey Robinson @ Pechanga Resort & Casino,
R&B superstar William “Smokey” Robinson Jr. penned the iconic hit “My Girl” for The Temptations.

3.18: UFO @ Ramona Mainstage,
Hard rock outfit from across the pond.

3.19: A Great Big World @ The Irenic,
Pop rockers best known for their 2013 chart-topping hit “Say Something,” featuring Christina Aguilera.

3.20: Natalia LaFourcade @ Observatory North Park,
This pop rocker’s most recent album, Hasta la Rai?z, picked up five Latin Grammy Awards in 2015.

3.20 Disturbed @ House of Blues,
Heavy metal foursome touring internationally in support of its new album, Immortalized, which dropped in August.

3.22: Ra Ra Riot @ The Irenic,
A Honda commercial and episode of USA Network’s Royal Pains features this indie rock group’s single “Boy.”

3.22: Issues @ House of Blues,
This metalcore band covered Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” on the Punk Goes Pop 5 compilation album.

3.23: David Crosby @ Balboa Theatre,
By way of artificial insemination, this folk rock singer-songwriter is the biological father of Melissa etheridge’s two children.

3.23: Reverend Horton Heat @ Belly Up Tavern,
Songs from this psychobilly (punk rock + rockabilly) band have been featured in video games Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3, Guitar Hero Smash Hits and Hot Wheels Turbo Racing.

3.23 Wolfmother @ House of Blues,
Australian rockers on their Gypsy Caravan tour through May.

3.24: Vince Gill @ Copley Symphony Hall,
Reba McEntire, Kelly Clarkson and Dolly Parton are a few of the artists with whom this Grammy Award-winning country musician has collaborated.

3.24: Daughter @ Belly Up Tavern,
Grey’s Anatomy, The Vampire Diaries, Arrow and other TV shows have featured tracks from by this indie folk trio.

3.24: Melvins @ The Casbah,
Sludge metal foursome based in Los Angeles.

3.25: Secrets @ SOMA,
San Diego-based post- hardcore group on its Everything That Got Us Here tour with Palisades, Too Close to Touch and Picturesque.

3.25: Olivia Newton-John @ Pala Casino,
The Grease star and pop singer has a residency at Flamingo Las Vegas through the end of 2016.

3.26: Yonder Mountain String Band @ Belly Up Tavern,
Each member of this acoustic bluegrass band sings and plays a different stringed instrument on stage - bass, banjo, guitar, fiddle and mandolin.

3.27: They Might Be Giants @ Belly Up Tavern,
Alt. rockers on the road to promote their forthcoming Phone Power album.

3.29: Santigold @ House of Blues,
This electro indie rocker dropped her third album, 99 Cents, on February 26.

3.30: Il Volo @ San Diego Civic Theatre,
In 2015, this Italian pop trio won the Sanremo Music Festival singing competition in Italy.