Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats The Observatory - North Park San Diego Tickets


The Observatory - North Park will be rocking with a concert by Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats. ConcertFix provides a wide variety of tickets that start at $37.00 for the GA section and range up to the most expensive at $231.00 for the G.A section. The event can be seen on June 5, TBA and is the only Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats concert scheduled at The Observatory - North Park as of right now. We only have 19 tickets left in stock, so secure yours ASAP before they completely sell out. Purchased tickets come with a 100% moneyback guarantee so you know your order is safe. Give us a shout at 855-428-3860 if you have any questions about this exciting event in San Diego on June 5.

Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats will be performing at The Observatory - North Park for a big performance that you can't miss! Tickets are on sale now at healthy prices here at Concert Fix where we strive to get you to the show even if it's completely sold out at the box office. We want you to get up close, which is why we are a top seller for front row and premium seats. If you need them last-minute, check out eTickets for the easiest delivery so you are able to get them sent to your email. All transactions are made through our safe and secure checkout and covered with a 100% guarantee.

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What can the crowd look forward to hear at the Uncle Acid and Deadbeats concert in San Diego?

"I'll Cut You Down" is usually a fan favorite and will probably be performed at the Uncle Acid and Deadbeats San Diego event. Plus, you possibly could see Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats perform "Devil’s Work," which is also very saught-after.