The House of Blues chain is known throughout the US as a great place to relax with friends and enjoy some music, but the San Diego location is a great place to hang out. Located not too far east from the Broadway Pier, you can listen to music and chill out, with the beach not too far away. The House of Blues story began in 1992, when one of the co-founders of the Hard Rock Cafe, Isaac Tigrett, along with Blues Brothers alum Dan Aykroyd, opened the first location in Cambridge, Massachusetts' Harvard Square neighborhood. The brand quickly spread throughout the country, with the House of Blues San Diego location opening in 2005. The House of Blues San Diego provides the perfect atmosphere to unwind with friends, as the cool, languid mood lighting and smooth, deep blues melt the troubles of the workday into the night. Following tradition, like other House of Blues locations, when each performer sings like a muse, they are standing upon a stage that has a metal box of authentic Mississippi mud directly underneath it. This beautiful gesture infuses the sound that echoes throughout the building with the soul of Southern music.
The capacity is variable depending on how much of the location is used, but with a maximum of 1,500 for the reception area of the house and 400 sitting in the banquet area when using the entire venue. Past guests include Jimmy Eat World, Tech N9ne, Franz Ferdinand, Marilyn Manson, Plain White T's, Alkaline Trio, Panic! at the Disco, Public Enemy and Marcel Woods. Depending on the concert, finding House of Blues San Diego parking may be a difficult task, so booking ahead of time with ParkWhiz is the best way to get to the show.
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