San Diego weekend events Provides Interesting and Fresh News
Posted Feb 14 2013 7:03am
San Diego dining reviews is a hub for energetic youth, or at the least those who are still young at heart. It is no surprise that there's so plenty of music venues hosting underground local bands as well as headliners of national tours.
The largest music venue is the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre. Seating about twenty,000, Cricket Wireless in Chula Vista can capture national artists before they head up to the huge venues of L.A.
Next in line is the Viejas Arena, formerly known as the Cox Arena. This venue is located on the SDSU campus fits about 12,000 people. this month Viejas hosted an enthusiastic throng of fans for a Pearl Jam show.
of the most recent venues is the House of Blues. Located in downtown San Diego, this moderately sized venue not only welcomes national tours as well as local bands, but also has a full restaurant and bar.
Another new venue downtown is the Hard Rock Hotel. Living up to its name, it's been rocking since it opened and does not appear to be slowing down.
For San Diego music summer concerts, Humphrey's is an cold outdoor venue that seats about one,300. Though you are likely to be hooked on the show, the bayside view positive doesn't hurt.
The Stomach Up Tavern in Solana Beach is a favourite of fans as well as artists, including the Rolling Stones. This comparatively intimate venue hosts all genres of music. Though the set up can decrease visibility, the sound is of the best.
above Small Germany, on the way to the airport is The Casbah. Though it is comparatively small in stature, huge bands such as Nirvana and The Smashing Pumpkins played there when they were getting their beginnings.
For a veteran theater in the heart of downtown, 4th& B is a theater that does not give up. Though larger venues such as the Hard Rock and House of Blues moved in nearby, this local favourite is still going strong with favourite artists as well as a newly renovated interior.