PICS: The Year in San Diego Music 2018

From Gloria Trevi to MGMT, this past year was loaded with huge shows every month. Head into the new year with a look back at some of SoundDiego's favorites from 2018.

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Mexican pop superstars Gloria Trevi and Alejandra Guzman brought the Versus World Tour to SDSU's Viejas Arena on April 13:
Golden age hip-hop duo Eric B. & Rakim brought some East Coast flavor to House of Blues San Diego on April 30:
Global Winter Wonderland
Grammy Award-nominated electronic psych rockers MGMT brought flower power to the San Diego Civic Theatre on May 19:
Asbury Park Police
St. Vincent kicked off 2018 with her incredible one-woman show at the Observatory North Park on Saturday, Jan. 27:
Alex Matthews
We were just "Waiting on a Song" when Dan Auerbach and his incredible backing band reigned supreme at the Observatory North Park on Monday, Feb. 19:
Alex Matthews
Stone Temple Pilots brought a plethora of hits to the Observatory North Park on Sunday, March 4:
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Comic-Con swept through downtown, and with it came plenty of musical treats, from heavy metal greats to lightsaber guitars and Wu-Tang Clan's RZA:
Where is our mind? Mattress Firm Amphitheatre was in alt-rock heaven when Weezer, the Pixies and Sleigh Bells rolled through town in August:
Alex Matthews
In September, Kaaboo Del Mar kicked off a three-day extravaganza full of rock & roll and hip-hop superstars. Foo Fighters' headlining set was the cherry on top:
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Don't stop believin' in fall: Journey took Petco Park back in time with a classic-rock set that trotted out huge crowd favorites -- one after another:
Alex Matthews
The inaugural Dia de los Deftones mini-festival kicked off at Petco Park in November with an impressive, eclectic lineup that promised something for everyone:
Allyson Ta
To end the year, classic rock titans Fleetwood Mac (boasting a revamped lineup no less) brought a landslide of hits to SDSU's Viejas Arena in December:
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