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Friday, September 16, 2022


There’s outdoor music planned for San Diego's historic Marston House rose garden TONIGHT and Sept. 30. The concerts are called Music at the Marston: Concerts for Historic Preservation. The music series showcases some of San Diego’s most celebrated singer-songwriters. 

Performed round robin style, each concert spotlights three artists sharing the stage, music, and stories, making for an intimate and engaging program for all. Tickets for each show are limited and advance purchase is encouraged. 

Venue: Marston House - 3525 Seventh Avenue, San Diego 92103 

Tonight’s Singer Musicians: 

Sandé Lollis
is known for her songwriting, her ability to paint a storyboard, and her strong vocal presence. Her songs are a blend of heartfelt and thoughtful lyrics and original melodies that inspire reminiscing and reflecting, her performance is soulful and wholly uplifting. Lollis' solo album Being Human was nominated best Americana album of the year in 2022 at the San Diego Music Awards, while her band, Enter the Blue Sky, has been nominated best Americana band of the year three times.  

Mark Montijo
builds beautiful bridges between the deeply personal and universally relatable. American Songwriter Magazine called the title track of his recent album, HISTORY, “remarkable,” and two-time Grammy Award winner Rodney Crowell could only offer the word “congratulations” when he attempted to critique it. Another Montijo song, the yet unreleased “Someone Can Fly” earned him an Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting Award at the 19th Annual Great American Song Contest. Mark Montijo’s rare live performances are always “special events.” 

Eric Neilson
is local singer-songwriter who often performs with his RC-300 looper. His style ranges from blues to folk to neo-soul. He writes thoughtful, introspective lyrics, which serve as his outlet for personal growth. When not performing, Neilson is supporting the local music scene via his YouTube channel, DharmaDen Sessions. 

The Marston House Museum Shop will be open especially for concertgoers. Become a member of SOHO, save $2 on each concert ticket, and take advantage of a membership discount of 15% when shopping and perhaps even get a jump on your holiday gift list. Your purchases fund historic preservation. The health and wellbeing of our members and supporters, as well as our staff and volunteers, is our first priority and masks are appreciated. 

Purchase Tickets $10 SOHO Members • $12 Non members Online HERE 

By Phone (619) 297-9327 or if space allows at event day inside the Museum Shop.

Parking: There is no parking on Seventh Avenue. Utilize the ample free parking all along Balboa Drive, Sixth Avenue, Upas and Thorn Streets. Parking for disabled or elderly: Friends or family should deliver disabled or elderly guests to the front of the Museum Shop and assist them in their arrival.

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