18 Acts to See This Week


Maybe it’s because it’s a holiday weekend, but this week, there’s not too many big-name acts stopping through the Bay Area. Your best bet is to catch a dope, smaller band of which there will be many playing shows in the next few days.

For fans of rock, check out My Jerusalem, Ex Eye, White Denim, and Ducktails, and if you like more upbeat, pop stuff, consider acts like Ella Vos, Bea Miller, She Keeps Bees, and Austin Mahone.

Check out the full list of acts below and listen to our playlist.

Monday, June 26

New Wave, Indie-Rock: My Jerusalem at Swedish American Music Hall

Indie-Folk: Lola Marsh at Rickshaw Stop

Pop, Rock: Bea Miller at Great American Music Hall

Tuesday, June 27

Rock: Brit Floyd at the Warfield

Rock, Metal: Ex Eye at the Chapel

Alt-Rock: She Keeps Bees at Brick and Mortar

Wednesday, June 28

Pop: Austin Mahone at Social Hall

Soul, Rock: White Denim at the Independent

Thursday, June 29

Pop: Ella Vos at Swedish American Music Hall

R&B/Hip-Hop: Jessie Reyez at Rickshaw Stop

Indie-Rock: Ducktails at the Independent

Ska, Punk: Streetlight Manifesto at the Warfield

Friday, June 30

Hip-Hop: Elujay at 1015 Folsom

Garage-Punk: Meatbodies at Swedish American Music Hall

Pop-Rock: Thorcraft Cobra at Hotel Utah

Indie-Pop: Mare Island record release show at Amnesia SF

Saturday, July 1

Salsa, Latin: Luis Enrique at Mezzanine

EDM: Danny Avila at Temple

Sunday, July 2

Rock: Ghost B.C. at the Warfield

Jessie Schiewe @j_schiewe

Jessie Schiewe was the Music Editor for SF Weekly from Fall 2015 to Summer 2017. She is now the editor and publisher of OK Whatever (, an online publication dedicated to all things weird and strange. You can send her mail at

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