Whether you're into electronic dance music, country music, or techno music, there's no excuse to not leave your home this weekend for some fun in the city.
Here are some of the coolest things happening in San Diego in the incoming days.
Hombres G at SOMA San Diego
Friday, March 4, at 8 PM
The iconic Rock en Español group is making a stop in San Diego this coming Friday as part of their US TOUR 2022. This legendary band is regarded as one the most popular bands within Latin-America, who have provided well-known classic songs including "Devuelveme a Mi Chica", "Luz de Dia", "La Muralla Verde", "Venezia", "Mi Primer Dia Sin Ti" and many more. Tickets are on sale at LiveNation.com. You do not want to miss the opportunity to watch this legendary group live at SOMA San Diego!
CRSSD FESTIVAL at Waterfront Park, San Diego
Saturday and Sunday, March 5 and 6, starting at 4 PM
San Diego is about to get real electric this weekend, as CRSSD Festival has arrived for their annual music event taking place at the Waterfront near Little Italy. The line-up for the festival includes artists such as 070 SHAKE, ABSOLUTE., Adam Beyer and 38 more on the list.
Garth Brooks live at Petco Park
Saturday, March 5 at 7pm
The Country music legend is bringing his unblemished discography to San Diego this weekend as part of his 2022 Tour. This event marks Garth Brooks' first ever visit to Petco Park as a performer. According to MLB.com, this event is expected to be the biggest ever held in Petco Park's history. Fans are encouraged to start arriving as early as 4pm.
JOJO at The House of Blues
Sunday, March 6 at 7pm
Any one that grew up watching Disney channel remembers who JOJO is for her most popular famous singles, "Leave (Get out)" and "Too Little Too Late" from the early 2000's. The pop-star will be performing at the House of Blues in Downtown, San Diego on this Sunday, March 6th.
San Diego Symphony: Jacobs Masterworks at The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center
Sunday, March 6 at 2pm
Come check out The San Diego Symphony's Jacob Masterworks series at the Conrad Preby's located in La Jolla, for a special Sunday afternoon of Symphony conducted by 37-year-old Venezuelan Director Rafael Payare, who has been at the helm of the Symphony since February of 2018.
Also coming soon to San Diego:
Diplo showing at the Nova SD – San Diego, US Saturday Mar 12, 9:30PM.
Jungle Book at the Casa del Prado Theatre, March 4th through the 20th.
San Diego Tequila Tour at Baja Rockin’ Lobster Cantina, Old Town Tequila Factory, and El Agave Tequileria on March 6th.
The fun options are there. Which ones will you join?