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Sounds Like San Diego: August 5

Check out the last tour of the Heavy and the Silent Company together at the Belly Up

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    Despite the Heavy and the Silent Comedy at the Belly Up being sold-out, which kick-off their tour together, you may be able to still find a ticket at the show. Local boys, the Silent Comedy, aren't just opening -- they are hitting the road again with the Heavy whom they've supported in Europe, the U.S. and Canada. From what I gather, they've become quite a touring family and this may be the last of their tours together so expect incredible energy. Of course, if standing outside the venue and hoping for a ticket isn't your thing, there's always Anti-Monday League at the Casbah or Tin Can Country Club to offer some local flavor.

    Monday August 5:

    • Casbah presents the Heavy, the Silent Comedy @ Belly Up (sold-out)
    • Anti-Monday League Presents: Vampire, Dancing Strangers, Music My Soulmate @ Casbah
    • Slic Entertainment presents Maka Roots & the I Sight Band, Positive Company, No Kings @ Soda Bar
    • The Tin Can Country Club featuring David Roales & Olivia May @ Tin Can Ale House
    • Kodiak, Mothers of Gut, Habits, the Vaginals, Sound Lupus @ the Griffin
    • Metal Monday @ the Void
    • Dave Scott & Monsoon Jazz @ Croce's
    • Chet Cannon @ Humphreys Backstage Live
    • Monday Night Mass featuring the Husky Boy All-Stars @ Bar Pink
    • Modern Day Moonshine @ House of Blues Voodoo Stage
    • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
    • Robert Plimpton @ Spreckels Organ Pavilion (7:30 p.m.)
    • Doug Woolsy @ Tiki House
    • Trivia Quiz Night @ Whistle Stop
    • Karaoke @ Coyote Bar & Grill
    • Glen Smith @ McP's Irish Pub
    • WG & the G-Men @ Patrick's Gaslamp Pub
    • Monday Night Jams @ 710 Beach Club
    • Doug Allen @ the Kraken

    Rosemary Bystrak writes about the San Diego music scene, events and general musings about life in San Diego on San Diego: Dialed In. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.

    Alex Matthews