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San Diego Music: Picks of the Week (Sept 13-17)

Batwings, Yo! Majesty, Bon Iver and Ron White!

  • Yo! Majesty
  • Batwings
  • Bon Iver
  • Ron White
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With summer finally behind us and the fall semester officially in swing, SanDiego.com has combed this week’s concert calendar and highlighted some of the best shows happening around America’s Finest City Sept 13 – 17.

Tuesday September 13
Ray Lamontagne
and The Pariah Dogs come through Copely Symphony Hall with opening acts Bradi Carlile and Vusi Mahlasela. (All Ages)
1245 7th Avenue

Across town at Humphrey’s By The Bay, one of the original Supremes, Diana Ross takes the stage for an evening of Classic songs. (All Ages)
2241 Shelter Island Drive.

Wednesday September 14
Lesbian hip-hop Yo! Majesty swoops into Sodar Bar with Miki Vale, Parker & The Numberman. (21+)
3615 El Cajon Blvd.

Thursday September 15
Local trouble makers Batwings perform at Ruby Room with Monogamy Party, Stripper Pussy and the Vaginals. (21+)
1271 University Ave.

Friday September 16
All of San Diego’s finest Rancheros are sure to pack 4th and B on Friday night for the Ramon Ayala concert.
(21+) 345 B Street

The Ken Club hosts an eclectic lineup of cover bands featuring Rob Crow’s Devo/Misfits cover band, DevFits, with Jane’s Diction and Geezer. (21+)
4079 Adams Ave

Justin Vernon (aka Bon Iver) holds down a two-night stand at Spreckles in support of his latest self-titled album. Other Lives open up. (All Ages) SOLD OUT
121 Broadway

Progressive L.A. rockers Upsilon Acrux make a special appearance at The Tower Bar in City Heights. (21+) 4
757 University Ave.

Saturday September17
Hell on Heels Burlesque Revue comes through Brick by Brick, Saturday night. (21+) 1
130 Buenos Ave

For all you Rock en Espanol fans out there, Caifanes brings their classic stage show to the Valley View Casino Center. (All Ages)
3500 Sports Arena Blvd.

Bon Iver occupies Spreckeles for a second night. (All Ages) SOLD OUT 
121 Broadway

From the Blue Collared Comedy Tour, comedian Ron White takes over at Copley Symphony Hall where Ray Lamontagne leaves off. (All Ages)
1245 7th Avenue

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