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Sounds Like San Diego: June 3



    I don't know how your week is going, but for this music blogger, it's nuts. I recently accepted a job as the in-house publicist for the North Park Theatre, and Tuesday is our first concert! Rodriguez is performing, and after the huge success of the documentary Searching for Sugarman, the show sold out in about a week. Since this is a new experience for most, I'll tell you that doors open at 8 p.m., with Rusty Maples performing 15 minutes later and Rodriguez taking the stage an hour after that. I think everyone's going to love what we've done to the theatre and am really looking forward to showing it off. Meanwhile, San Diego has other great shows that aren't sold out ... like Camper Van Beethoven at the Casbah, Kelis at the House of Blues and the Allah-Las at the Belly Up, meaning Tuesday is going to rock no matter which show you pick. 

    Tuesday, June 3:

    • Camper van Beethoven, Curtsy @ Casbah
    • Rodriguez, Rusty Maples @ North Park Theatre (sold out)
    • The Allah-Las, Deus Ex Machina's Film Premiere @ Belly Up
    • Soda Bar presents Ceremony @ Che Cafe
    • Salton Seizures, Surly Bonds, Processor, China Clippers @ Soda Bar
    • Super Buffet, Luke Sweeney, the Young Wants @ Tin Can
    • Battle for the Warped Tour, with the Roman Watchdogs, GlobaLies, Changos Psychotic Garage, Andora, I Trust You to Kill Me @ Winston's
    • Tiki Tuesday, featuring Adrian Demain's Exotica Tronica @ Bar Pink
    • Ryan Soloman DJ set (Heavy Hawaii) @ The Hideout
    • Kelis, Son Little @ House of Blues
    • James Dean, the Wild Young Hearts, Rick Perry & the Rhythmaddicts @ The Merrow
    • Jason Brown @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
    • Michele Lundeen @ Tio Leo's
    • Train of Thought @ Queen Bee's
    • #Tr@pped with DJ Ramsey @ The Office
    • Rockabilly Tuesdays @ Henry's Pub
    • Synchonometry @ Kava Lounge
    • Soul Shakedown Tuesdays @ The Shakedown

    Rosemary Bystrak is the publicist for the Casbah and The North Park Theatre, and 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.