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San Diego Music and Nightlife

Valley View Casino Center in San Diego

Valley View Casino Center in San Diego features a variety of performances that will appeal to older and younger crowds including concerts, sporting events and family shows.

Humphreys Concerts By The Bay is a live music venue with views of the water and this sophisticated and upscale spot has an on-site restaurant so that you can enjoy dinner a

House of Blues

House of Blues San Diego is a music venue in the Gaslamp Quarter that is a popular spot to see some awesome bands and musicians.

4th & B San Diego is a popular music venue downtown that is also a perfect place to have your private event, watch a concert or throw your own party in the Gaslamp Quar

The Casbah

The Casbah is a San Diego music venue that's well-loved for its small atmosphere, cheap drinks and solid line-up of indie and alternative rock bands.

The Belly Up Tavern

Belly Up Tavern in San Diego is considered one of the best music venues in San Diego as it hosts rising stars and music legends.

SOMA San Diego

SOMA San Diego is a live music venue unique in that it is a renovated multiplex movie theater that now hosts local band performances.

Winstons Ocean Beach San Diego CA

Winstons in San Diego hosts comedians and local and touring musicians in addition to exciting happy hour events each night.

Whistle Stop Bar South Park San Diego California

Whistle Stop Bar San Diego is a dive bar in the South Park neighborhood that's popular because of its Tuesday game nights and Booty Basement dancing nights.

Shout House San Diego CA

Shout House San Diego is a bar and restaurant downtown with dueling pianos that gets everyone singing along, laughing and having a great time.

There are certain experience-enhancing amenities—great music, tasty food and plenty of refreshing beer—that pretty much guarantee a good time.
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