There's a concert for everyone this week. San Diego's concert buzz includes visits from R&B star Tinashe, '90s alternative-rock band Third Eye Blind and Youtube sensation Tori Kelly. Here are top picks for the week of April 4 through 10.
Tinashe - Monday
Tinashe is an award-winning R&B singer who started her career out in a female group called The Stunners. She released her debut solo album "Aquarius" in 2014, which received great reviews, labeling her debut as a "solid album." She is currently on tour in support of her upcoming sophomore album "Joyride."
R&B superstar Tank will take over the Music Box and woo the fans with his powerful and soulful music. Tank is also in the R&B supergroup TGT.
9 p.m. Wednesday. Music Box, Little Italy. $28 - $43. Ages 18-and-up. musicboxsd.com
Acid Dad - Thursday
One of the most talked about bands in the New York City scene, psych-punk band Acid Dad will rock out at Soda Bar.
8:30 p.m. Thursday. Soda Bar, City Heights. $8. Ages 21-and-up. sodabarmusic.com
Third Eye Blind - Friday
'90s alternative-rock band Third Eye Band are still performing its blasts from the past tunes, but just recently released its fifth studio album "Dopamine." The quintet are known for hits such as "Semi-Charmed Life," "Graduate," "How's It Going to Be," "Losing a Whole Year," and "Jumper," all found off the self-titled debut album.
8 p.m. Friday. The Observatory North Park, North Park. $42.50. All ages. observatorysd.com
Leave the Universe - Friday
San Diego pop-rock band Leave the Universe will headline at SOMA. The trio recently released a music video for their single "Run." The concert also include performances from After the Fall, Amaya Lights, Lucia, Bakkuda and Chaos and Heaven.
Described as "Toronto's best kept secret," award-winning Canadian country singer-songwriter Lindi Ortega will bring her tour to the Casbah. Her tour supports her fourth full-length studio album "Faded Gloryville."