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Sounds Like San Diego: Oct. 29

CicloSDias snakes through San Diego and Thorn Brewing celebrates a musical grand opening

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    Bit Maps play Thorn Brewing Company's grand opening in Barrio Logan on Sunday, Oct. 29.

    I almost never say this, but if you want my honest opinion, I'd blow off Sunday night music. Not because there aren't some great options, but because if I really had my way, I'd be doing every minute of CicloSDias -- San Diego's open streets event snaking from Little Italy through Downtown to East Village and Barrio Logan -- because there's nothing more liberating than walking, riding a bike, scooting, skating or using any other non-vehicle mobility when there are no cars around. And lest you think I'm cheesing out on your music pick, I'd say catch any bus or trolley with your bike to Little Italy, ride the designated route to Barrio, then pray that Thorn Brewing Company's grand opening still has tickets so you can catch the likes of bands like the Heartaches, Bit Maps, Low & Be Told and more. So there. Bikes. Beers. Music. Sunday. Funday. If you need some suggestions for nighttime anyway, Parachute play an intimate acoustic show at the Irenic, Madeintyo brings hip-hop from the ATL to the Observatory and Joan Osborne stops asking about God when she does a night of Dylan at the Belly Up.

    Sunday, Oct. 29:
    • CicloSDias @ Little Italy/Downtown/East Village/Barrio Logan
    • Thorn Barrio Logan Grand Opening featuring Ezekial, Morphis, Baja Bugs, Death Eyes, Low & Be Told, Finnegan Blue, the Heartaches, Bit Maps, Live DJs @ Thorn Barrio Logan
    • An Intimate Acoustic Evening with Parachute, Austin Plaine @ The Irenic
    • Keali'i Reichel @ Humphreys Concerts by the Bay
    • Madeintyo, 24hrs @ Observatory North Park
    • Bingo: Day of the Dead Edition @ Space
    • Joan Osborne sings the songs of Bob Dylan, Will Champlin @ Belly Up 
    • The Interrupters, SWMRS, Sharp/Shock @ House of Blues
    • Poppy @ Voodoo Room, House of Blues
    • The Bones of J.R. Jones, Jim and Sam, Oak Palace @ Soda Bar
    • Musiq Soulchild, STS, Khari Mateen @ Music Box 
    • Zakir Hussain, Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Shankar Mahadevan @ Balboa Theatre
    • Not Dead Yet Punk Night @ Whistle Stop 
    • The Big Decisions @ Sycamore Den 
    • Rat Sabbath @ Bar Pink
    • Chelsea Williams, Jordan Tyler @ Lestat's
    • HKIMF Award Ceremony @ California Center for the Arts, Escondido
    • Pool House Sunday @ The Pendry
    • Levinson Pool Parties @ The Lafayette
    • Ria Carey & Don L @ Martini's Above Fourth
    • Electric Mud, Lads Holiday, Misc. Ailments, the Borrowed Time Band, Dirty Pennies, Kick the Princess @ The Holding Company 1502
    • Blue Jean Simmons @ Winston's (2:30 p.m.)
    • Ex-Sage (Cobalt Cranes), Harms, Dream Joints @ Blonde
    • db Jukebox @ Pour House (Oceanside)
    • Pants Karaoke @ Til-Two Club
    • Salsa Sundays @ Queen Bee's (all ages)
    • Reggae Sunday @ U-31
    • Uptown Top Ranking @ The Office
    • Jason Brown @ Humphreys Backstage Live (10 a.m.-2 p.m.)
    • The Playground: Sunday Night Dance Party @ The Merrow
    • Those Guys @ Navajo Live 
    • Arnessa Rickets @ Humphreys Backstage Live (7 p.m.)
    • Jose Sinatra's OB-o-ke @ Winston's
    • Craow, Lower Tar, Adiós Mundo Cruel, Otherr, DJ Umenos @ Kava Lounge
    • Almost Famous Karaoke @ Henry's
    • Kolsch @ Spin
    • Laidback Luke @ Parq
    • Sunday Funday Karaoke @ 710 Beach Club

    Rosemary Bystrak is the publicist for the Casbah 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.