The Five Must-See Shows in OC This Weekend

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Marco Antonia Solis
Honda Center
Exactly what caliber of musical success does it take to single-handedly headline the Honda Center, a massive venue with nearly 20 thousand seats? It takes someone like Marco Antonio Solis, the Mexican crooner, songwriter and producer, who has enjoyed a gilded stream of mega-stardom since his debut into the Latin music scene back in the '70s with his band, Los Bukis. A solo star since 1995, he's dominated the Latin music charts, received a start on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, won the judge's competition on Mexico's version of The Voice, dated countless beautiful women that resulted in a few marriages and several gorgeous children, and pretty did much everything else that comes with being a world-adored heartthrob rock star. Including releasing a string of albums, like last October's Gracias Por Estar Aquí, which just seem to automatically release at the Number One spot. All in a day's work, right? (Erin DeWitt)

The Observatory
The music of Baths comes with many surprises. The LA-based artist Will Wiesenfeld first started piano at the young age of 4, and since has reinvented his sound from his first musical foray under the moniker [Post-Foetus]. Now the 21 year-old has converged early musical influences like Bjork with his previous experimentation with synthesizers to create an ambient sound, mixed with chillwave and indie electronic and every once in a while, soft vocals to tickle your ears. Come to the Constellation Room tonight to take a dip into the soft waters of Baths' trippy sounds. Appearing tonight with Young Fathers and P. Morris. (Aimee Murillo)

Cherry Glazerr
The Constellation Room
Teen dream trio Cherry Glazerr have basically reached rock n' roll stardom through their bold feminist-leaning lyrics and exciting '90s-esque alt rock sound. Their debut album Haxel Princess captures their youthful punk energy and teenage angst, which is infectious all ages. It's too fun a time listening to this Burger Records group, who are finally taking the spotlight this evening months after the rock-heavy weekend Burgerama. Tonight it's gonna get intimate (and exciting) at Constellation Room with Enjoy and The Buttertones. (Aimee Murillo)

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