28 South Bay Accent
1880 S. Grant St., San Mateo. 650/342-3262.
Snails. Oct. 19, 8 p.m. Montreal producer
Snails has managed to rise above the usual
EDM market with an unmistakable sound
called “vomitstep.” Having cut his teeth as a DJ
in the local bass scene, Snails worked tirelessly
in his small apartment to craft his own vision
of dance music, combining trap rhythms, dirty
bass lines and off-kilter sound design. Tickets
$20-$45. City National Civic, 135 W. San
Carlos St., San Jose. 408/792-4111.
Dance Drama the Family. Oct. 20, 7 p.m.
U.S. Chinese Dance Association presents the
award-winning “Dance Drama the Family,”
performed by renowned Sichuan Province
Song and Dance Theatre from China. The
mission of USCDA is to showcase and promote
Chinese culture through dance,
and this show acts as an artistic
bridge to connect
U.S. and China dancers.
San Jose Center for the
Performing Arts, 255 S.
Almaden Blvd., San Jose.
The Pink Floyd Concert Experience. Oct.
20, 8 p.m. This spectacular stage show has
packed sold-out houses throughout the U.S.
House of Floyd performs their ultimate Pink
Floyd tribute show while highlighting the
greatest and most popular music of their
career, including “Dark Side of the Moon,”
“The Wall” and “Wish You Were Here.” Tickets
$39-$49. Montgomery Theater, 271 S.
Market St., San Jose. 408/792-4111.
Sebastian Yatra & Manuel Turizo. Oct.
20, 8 p.m. Sebastian Yatra is a Colombian-
American singer and songwriter. He became
successful in Latin America in 2016 when he
released the hit “Traicionera.” Manuel Turizo
is a Colombian reggaeton singer
best known for his hit single “Una
Lady Como Tú.” Tickets $41-$131.
City National Civic, 135 W. San Carlos St.,
San Jose. 408/792-4111.
Christina Aguilera. Oct.
22, 8 p.m. Hot on the
heels of the release of her
anticipated album “Liberation,”
tour is Aguilera’s first since
2008, and she’ll be joined
by rapper Big Boi for a
soul-infused show. Tickets
Broadway, Oa k l a n d .
Phil Collins. Oct. 25, 8
p.m. The 67-year-old Brit
is rocking his first major
North American tour in
more than a decade. The
“Not Dead Yet Tour,”
named after his 2016 memoir,
features his most timeless
hits, including “In the
Air Tonight,” “Against All
Odds” and “Another Day
in Paradise.” Tickets $50-
$275. Oracle Arena, 7000 Coliseum Way,
Lisa Ono. Oct. 26, 8 p.m. Born in Sao
Paulo, Brazil, Lisa Ono started singing and
playing the guitar when she was 15 years old,
and made her debut as a professional Bossa
Nova singer in 1989. Her natural voice and
rhythmic guitar playing led her to huge success
and popularized Bossa Nova in Japan.
Tickets $58-$168. San Jose Center for the
Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., San
Lisa Stansfield. Oct. 26, 8 p.m. The legendary,
and million-selling artist will make her
highly anticipated return to North American
shores this fall in support of her latest
album, “Deeper.” This tour marks Stansfield’s
first time playing North America in over two
decades. Tickets $25. The Fillmore, 1805
Geary Blvd, San Francisco. 415/346-6000.
Drake with Migos. Oct. 26-29, times vary.
Drake rose to popularity in the late-2000s, featured
on songs with Lil Wayne. He went on
to produce albums such as “Comeback Season,”
“Thank Me Later,” “Nothing Was the
Same” and “Views.” He’s remained immensely
popular with recent hit songs “Fake Love” and
“God’s Plan.” He is joined by hip-hop trio
Migos. Tickets $59.50-$199.50. Oracle Arena,
7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland. 510/569-2121.
Mariachi Flor de Toloache. Oct. 27, 8
p.m. New York City’s first and only all-women
mariachi group brings its edgy and versatile
take on traditional Mexican music to the
South Bay just ahead of Día de los Muertos.
Mariachi Flor De Toloache’s critically
acclaimed self-titled debut album received a
Latin Grammy nomination for “Best Ranchero/
Mariachi Album” in 2015. Tickets
$30-$35. Oshman Family JCC, Schultz Cultural
Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto.
Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. Oct. 28, 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m. Hammer Theatre Center presents
Ballet Folklórico de México in a brilliantly colorful
performance that offers a snapshot of the
beautiful diversity within the Mexican culture.
The troupe brings the craftily blended costumes,
music, and dances of Mexican folklore
to life on stage. Tickets $37-$61. Hammer
Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio,
San Jose. 408/924-8501.
Lea Michele and Darren Criss. Oct. 30, 8
p.m. The former Glee co-stars are embarking
on a co-headlining tour this fall. They are hitting
the stage solo and together, performing a
range of popular songs. Tickets $55-$85. San
Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S.
Almaden Blvd., San Jose. 669/242-8555.
Cole Swindell & Dustin Lynch. Nov. 1,
7:15 p.m. Swindell, who’s quickly and quietly
piled up 10 No. 1 country songs since
debuting with “Chillin’ It” in 2013, will perform
material from his new album “All of It.”
Dustin Lynch is another swiftly rising country
star. Tickets $45. Event Center at San Jose
State University. 290 S. Seventh St., San Jose.
Jim Messina. Nov. 1, 7: 30 p.m. An undisputed
expert in the fine art of making hit
music, Messina’s legacy of musical prowess
spans five decades, three acclaimed rock supergroups
and a vibrant solo career, as well as a
dizzying array of game-changing producing
and engineering credits including such luminaries
as The Doors, Lee Michaels and Herb
Alpert. Tickets $60-$65. Montalvo Arts Cen-
Monterey Cowboy Festival, Nov. 3, Monterey
County Fair & Event Center; Andy Warhol, through
Jan. 6, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford