What Is Up In Oceanside This Weekend April 23 2016
It’s easy to get into the swing of hanging out in your cozy Oceanside home every weekend after a long week of work. Sleeping and watching Netflix all day sounds much more appealing than running your errands or looking for something to do. Maybe you’ve already seen everything there is to see in the area. A great way to get out of that habit is to check your local events. One of the best things about the local area surrounding Oceanside real estate is the steady stream of events going on every weekend. Check out what’s happening this weekend in April!
The Touchies and Love Distortion
Friday, April 22nd at 8:00 p.m. at Pier View Pub
The Touchies are a punk rock and roll band. They play a fast paced set of original rock and roll songs with punk undertones. They were nominated for a San Diego Music Award in 2011, and released two albums on the same day. They will be at Pier View Pub this Friday to have fun and rock out with north San Diego. Don’t miss out!
Gift Machine, Dani Bell, Madly
April 22 at 8:00 p.m. at The Pour House
The Gift Machine, Dani Bell and the Tarantist, and Madly will be playing some amazing music at The Pour House on Friday night. Dani Bell and the Tarantist is a band championed by local star Alfred Howard. They just released their full-length debut titled Dark West in 2015, so come check out what the group is about. Be sure to stay and see Gift Machine and Madly who might peak your interest as well. You could leave with a band tee and a new CD to sing and dance your heart out to in the living room of your Oceanside home.
April 22nd at 8:00 p.m. at Rookies
Reggae Lou is a one-man Reggae act who travels from state to state bringing positive vibes to each and every one. He plays with other bands and solo, also touring alongside other bands and ultimately bringing a one-of-a-kind performance for all to see. He’s played with acts such as Badfish, Stranger Band, Tropidelic, Bachaco, Johnny Love, Echo, Movement, Indyca, Sun Dried Vibes, Bumpin Uglies, Zolopht, Pasadena, DJ Wokstar, Collierad, Red Sage and Sowflo. He will be in town this weekend at Rookies Restaurant and Sports Grill, so come on in and see what’s so unique about Reggae Lou.
The Elephant Man
April 22-24 at Sunshine Brooks Theatre $14-21
The Elephant Man is an award-winning drama by Bermard Pomerance. The Backyard Renaissance Theatre Company and Oceanside Theatre Company will be presenting it at Sunshine Brooks Theatre on North Coast Highway. The drama takes place in an age about to face its own deformities. Christopher Williams and Francis Gerke (also plays Merrick) co-direct.
Singles Spring Fest
April 23 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at SpringHill Suites Marriott
Ages 40-60ish are invited to enjoy a Singles Spring Fest by the beach! Sometimes your Oceanside house can get lonely when you’re single. Simply the Best Singles is an upscale singles organization that is hosting a singles fest for singles like you to get out and mingle. Enjoy live music from Breez’n, icebreakers, prizes, tarot card reading, patio and more! Dress upscale casual. Self-parking is free, or there is a $5 parking lot. Dance price $20 online or $25 at the door. For more information or to sign up, go to simplythebestsingles.com or call 818-577-6877.
Loma Alta Beach Cleanup
Saturday, April 23rd at Loma Alta Creek and Oceanside beaches
There’s nothing better than helping keep your community clean. Team up with the Clean Water Program and community volunteers countywide, aiding in removing trash from Loma Alta Creek and Oceanside beaches. Keeping the environment clean is a great way to spend your time this weekend. Make some friends while you’re at it, and enjoy the feeling of knowing that you’ve done something to help. Registration sites are going to be located along Loma Alta Creek, at Buccaneer Beach and on the south side of Oceanside Pier. Help keep your city clean.
The Pour House
The California Rangers, Custard Pie and LA Edwards will also be playing at The Pour House this weekend. California Rangers and Custard Pie will play on Saturday. California Rangers play honky-tonk old-time country music, with a splash of bluegrass, Western swing, and rock and roll. Custard Pie is a classic rock and roll band led by the vibes of Led Zeppelin. L.A. Edwards, or Luke Andrew Edwards, will be playing on Sunday. Edwards is a young California songwriter. His music can be described as folk rock with just the right amount of alternative country, or a combination of Ryan Adams, Simon & Garfunkel, and Tom Petty. Any of these acts are worth coming out to see. Grab a bite and a drink and listen to some great music.