San Diego

Sounds Like San Diego: March 28

Eisley head up a jam-packed night of live music in San Diego Tuesday

It would be practically impossible for us to take all of our SoundDiego crew to SxSW, and personally, I don't know that I have it in me to do all of that racing around from venue to venue for four straight days, but it doesn't mean certain performances don't make me completely envious. When our team posted video of Eisley performing in a church, for example, I experienced some serious FOMO. Fortunately Eisley is on tour, so if you felt that same pang of jealousy, you can see the band tonight at House of Blues. Perhaps not as intimate as a beamed cathedral, it should be a great show nonetheless. Emo Nite at Casbah and Jimmy Buffett at the Belly Up are already sold out, but you have some other options, including the UK's Dead Coast playing at Blonde, a local lineup lead by Alive & Well at the Merrow, and a tribute to the Allman Brothers at Music Box.

Tuesday, March 28:

  • Eisley, Civilian, Backwards Dancer @ House of Blues
  • Emo Nite LA presents Emo Nite San Diego @ Casbah (SOLD OUT)
  • Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band @ Belly Up (SOLD OUT) 
  • Dead Coast, Nite Lapse, Grim Slippers, Imagery Machine @ Blonde
  • Tiki Tuesday feat. DJ Marshall Islands @ Bar Pink
  • Alive & Well, Tree Machines, No Sympathy @ The Merrow
  • Reggae Tuesdaze with Skunkdub @ The Holding Company 1502
  • Live at the Fillmore: The Definitive Tribute to the Allman Brothers @ Music Box
  • Karaoke @ The Bancroft
  • Open Mic @ Brick 15
  • True Bass Presents: Ramsey #Trapped @ The Office
  • Robin Henkel @ Crossroads, House of Blues (FREE)
  • Cadillac Wreckers @ Humphreys Backstage Live
  • Electricity @ U-31
  • Karaoke @ Riviera Supper Club
  • DJ Williams & Shots Fired @ Winston's (9:30 p.m.)
  • Casey Hensley (Record Release) @ Tio Leo's 
  • Videodrome @ Whistle Stop
  • Karaoke @ Riviera Supper Club
  • '50s/'60s Dance Party @ Henry's Pub
  • Symphonic Frequencies @ Kava Lounge
  • Diggin' Dirt @ 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.

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