San Diego: This Weekend (Dec. 15-18)
From O-Town at FLUXX to the San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders, there’s plenty to do in San Diego this weekend.
JULIAN JORDAN at OMNIA - Thursday
The 21-year-old Dutch DJ started his own label this year, GOLDKID Records, and is currently teaming with Martin Garrix on the October-released single “Welcome.” - Scott McDonald
OMNIA San Diego. omnianightclub.com
VINCE NEIL - Thursday
“The Voice of Mötley Crüe” is out on the road alone because his former band is supposedly no longer playing shows. They’ve cried wolf in that department previously, but it isn’t keeping the ‘80s front man from doing his thing. - Scott McDonald
Sycuan Casino. sycuan.com
X - Thursday through Sunday
Their “40 Years” tour can be seen with a four-day pass, or with four different openers during this mini-residency. Thursday, Mike Watt and the Secondmen; Friday, The Blasters; Saturday, Small Wigs; and Sunday, Chris Shifflet. - Scott McDonald
The Casbah. casbahmusic.com
O-Town at FLUXX - Friday
Remember the 2001 pop hit “Liquid Dreams”? The boys of O-Town are back and performing at a very special Neon Christmas night at FLUXX.
FLUXX Nightclub. fluxxsd.com
Ales n’ Rails Ugly Holiday Sweater Party - Friday
The San Diego Modern Railroad Museum is hosting a festive hideous holiday sweater party with plenty of beer to go around. From 6 to 9 p.m., wear your most embarrassing threads and enjoy unlimited tastings of local craft brews.
San Diego Modern Railroad Museum. sdmrm.org
BREACH - Saturday
Fresh from his recent San Diego appearance at Groundwater in October, British DJ/producer Ben Westbeech makes a return visit. - Scott McDonald
Bang Bang. bangbangsd.com
San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders - Sunday
The San Diego Chargers take on the Oakland Raiders at this 1:25 p.m. game.
Qualcomm Stadium. chargers.com
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