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  • Writer's pictureJarnard Sutton

This week's concert buzz, from Tyler the Creator to Geographer and Santigold

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There are a few shows to check out this week including rapper Tyler, the Creator, Santigold, Geographer and a sold-out Justin Bieber concert. Here are our top picks for the week of March 28 through April 3.

Kawehi - Monday

Hawaiian one-woman-band Kawehi will perform at Soda Bar. She's currently on her "Interaktiv Tour" which supports her latest album.

8:30 p.m. Monday. Soda Bar. $12 - $15. Ages 21-and-up.

Santigold - Tuesday *SOLD OUT

Philadelphia electronic singer Santigold is known for her debut album, "Santagold" which has her most successful singles such as "Creator" and "L.E.S. Artistes." The award-winning Philly artist released her third studio album "99¢" and is currently on her "We Buy Gold Tour."

7 p.m. Tuesday. House of Blues. All ages. $40 (Sold out).

Tyler, the Creator - Friday

California-based rapper Tyler, the Creator will bring his short North American tour to Observatory North Park. He was nominated for "Album of the Year" at the 2013 Grammy Awards and he has won awards at the MTV Awards and MTV2 Sucker Free Awards.

7 p.m. Friday. Observatory North Park. $50. All ages.

Redwoods Revue - Friday

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San Diego Award-winning bands and up-and-coming bands will take over the Music Box. The lineup include performances from Dani Bell & The Tarantist, Rebecca Jade and the Cold Fact, The Midnight Pine and Birdy Bardot.

9 p.m. Friday. Music Box. $8. Ages 21-and-up.

Dan Padilla - Saturday

This could seriously be the last show the San Diego punk rockers Dan Padilla will have. They will perform their show, "Dan Padilla's Last Show," at the Casbah. The show includes performances from vena cava, Turkish Techno, Prince, Too Many Daves and Toys That Kill.

4 p.m. Saturday. Casbah. $18. Ages 21-and-up.

Geographer - Saturday

San Francisco-based indie-rock band Geographer will take over the Irenic for a night of "soulful music from outer space." The tour will include a performance from The Crookes.

7 p.m. Saturday. The Irenic. $15. All ages.

White Denim - Saturday

College-radio sensation from Austin, Texas, White Denim, will take over the Belly Up. The indie rockers have a unique blend of psychedelic rock, blues, punk rock, progressive rock, soul, jazz and more. The quartet just released their seventh studio album "Stiff" and are currently on tour to support the album.

9 p.m. Saturday. Belly Up Tavern. $16. Ages 21-and-up.

Sold Out Shows

3/29 - Justin Bieber at Vally View Casino

4/1 - Peter Murphy at The Irenic

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