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Sounds Like San Diego: April 3

KRS-One's special $5 show at the Observatory North Park heads up Tuesday's live-music action in town

Why ease into a week when you can just barrel through it and get right to being awesome? Tonight at the Casbah, the Dickies and the Queers join together to bring back their fierce punk sounds to Kettner Boulevard, while hip-hop pioneer KRS-One plays a $5 show at the Observatory North Park. I'm excited to get to the House of Blues Voodoo Room to catch buzz-bands the Hunna, Coasts, and Courtship. Dreamy Atlanta outfit Neighbor Lady play at Soda Bar, and of course, anyone who loves folk music isn't surprised that a night with Arlo Guthrie is sold out at the Belly Up (tickets were gone so quick, we won't be the only ones sitting this one out). Tuesday can be the new Thursday, especially during spring break, so get out and catch some live music.

Tuesday, April 3:  

  • KRS-One @ The Observatory North Park ($5 show)
  • The Dickies, the Queers, Sculpins, Records with Roger @ Casbah
  • The Hunna, Coasts, Courtship @ Voodoo Room, House of Blues
  • Neighbor Lady, Minihorse @ Soda Bar
  • Arlo Gurthrie @ Belly Up (SOLD OUT)
  • Tim Pyles presents Electric Elms, Oak Palace, Thea @ The Merrow
  • Tiki Tuesday with Mr. Adrian Demain @ Bar Pink
  • Marc E. Bassy, Rexx Life Raj @ House of Blues
  • Romeo Santos, Victoria La Mala @ Viejas Arena, SDSU
  • January Berry Band @ Humphreys Backstage Live
  • Veronica May @ Winston's (9:30 p.m.)
  • Falsifier, Born a New, Victimized, Refuse @ Brick by Brick
  • Kathryn Cloward Band @ 710 Beach Club
  • Anomalie @ The Loft, UCSD
  • T Is for Techno @ Blonde
  • Open Mic with Bobo Czarnowski @ Java Joe's
  • Trish, Hans, and Phil @ Martini's Above Fourth
  • DJ Lexicon Devil @ Pour House  
  • Trapped w/DJ Ramsey @ The Office
  • Open Mic @ Public Square Coffee House
  • Lyrical Exchange Open Mic @ Queen Bee's
  • Sue Palmer @ Tio Leo's

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.

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