Catch up with San Jose’s Try the Pie at the Night Light on Monday.
Monday, April 24
Joseph @ Mystic Theatre
The Portland trio (none of whom are named Joseph) is back at it, and making their only Bay Area stop in Petaluma.
Tara Jane O’Neil @ The Chapel
Beautiful but unshakeably haunting, Tara Jane O’Neil’s songs are made for a former mortuary like the Chapel.
Tuesday, April 25
The Zombies @ The UC Theatre
Almost a decade ago, the Zombies decided to play their seminal 1968 album Odessey and Oracle live and haven’t stopped since. This is their purported last run playing it front to back in concert, so if you’re inclined to believe “farewell tours,” now’s your last chance.
Ne-Hi @ Rickshaw Stop
Product of Chicago’s gritty, great noisy DIY scene, Ne-Hi comes back to the Bay with local faves Cocktails.
Everyone is Dirty @ Elbo Room
It’s been a bit since we’ve heard from Everyone is Dirty. Back with their new record Teeth of the Beast, they’re playing Elbo Room.
New Found Glory @ Slim’s
You’re never too old or too cool for some sweet nostalgia.
Cash Campain @ Brick & Mortar
Local R&B, anyone? Get your fill of Cash Campain’s smooth sounds at Brick & Mortar.
Wednesday, April 26
Porcelain Raft @ Swedish American Hall
In Porcelain Raft’s world, pretty bases of pianos and acoustic guitars are layered with digital beats.
Chance the Rapper @ Oracle Arena
If you can still get tickets, that is.
Thursday, April 27
Okilly Dokilly @ The Ritz
There’s no way you don’t want to see a metal band made up of five Ned Flanderses.
Big Freedia @ Mezzanine
Self-proclaimed (and accurately so) Queen of Bounce finds her way to Mezzanine.