In our city of ever-increasing competition, San Diego nightclubs keep party people coming back by booking celebrity talent. Inspired by the many Hollywood A-Listers hosting club nights from Las Vegas to New York and Miami, FLUXX, Stingaree, Belo and 207 at the Hard Rock Hotel are just a few local spots consistently bringing the big stars to San Diego.
Discover what celebrities are at San Diego clubs this weekend.
Anjulie Live: Canadian singer-songwriter Anjulie will perform live at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego’s Club 207 on Friday night. Though Anjulie hasn’t hit superstardom yet, you know her singles “Crazy That Way” and “Boom,” which were featured on “The Hills” and “Vampire Diaries.” Anjulie has also toured with Jesse McCartney, Shwayze and B.o.B. In 2011, Anjulie made it big with “Brand New B*tch,” and Benny Benassi produced her most recent single “You and I.” Keep your eye out for this one. Get details here (pictured)
Juvenile Live: Girl, you looks good, won’t you back that thang up. Rapper Juvenile is back in the mix, performing live at Stingaree on Friday night. Terius ‘Juvenile’ Gray started out in the hip-hop group Hot Boys, and found big success in 1999 when his single “Back That Thang Up” was an instant hit. In 2003, Juvenile got another number-one single with “Slow Motion.” Juvenile is no stranger to our club scene; in 2011 he was the surprise celebrity performer at FLUXX industry night. Get details here
Mickey Avalon Live: Work it out, shake it little momma / Let me see you do the Jane Fonda. The controversial Hollywood-bred rapper Mickey Avalon is back in San Diego Friday night to perform live at Ivy Nightclub within the Andaz Hotel. You know Avalon’s chart-topping singles “Jane Fonda” and “So Rich, So Pretty” from his 2006 solo debut. In 2012, Avalon put out his second solo album Loaded. Get details here
Mario Live: You know this R&B artist, actor and dancer from a list of hit songs and movies through the 2000’s. From ’02 to ’09, Mario released four studio albums and won two Billboard awards for his most successful single “Let Me Love You.” Mario also appeared in films Step Up and Freedom Writers, as well as season 6 of “Dancing With the Stars.” The Baltimore-born star is heading to San Diego to perform live at downtown's leading hip-hop club Belo on Saturday night. Get details here
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