People heading down to the Gaslamp District have tons of options for things to do in San Diego, from eating at an amazing restaurant to catching a Padres game. If you’re looking for a truly unique experience, head over to The Shout House to see their dueling pianos.
The Shout House is a long-running San Diego institution that serves as an eatery, a bar, and a live music venue. The bar is open every night of the week and features the dueling piano show every night. When heading out to The Shout House be prepared for a raucous, rollicking good time that you won’t soon forget. In addition to amazing food and stiff drinks, The Shout House features two grand pianos which face one another, each with a talented pianist behind them. Throughout the night the audience shouts out requests for classic rock songs and the pianists take turns playing them and leading the packed house in a sing-along. With two teams of musicians, the music keeps going all night and the crowd only gets louder and more energetic as more drinks continue to flow. If you’re looking for uniquely San Diego things to do, being part of the fun at The Shout House is for you.
Monday through Wednesday The Shout House opens at 7:00PM with no cover and the dueling pianos starting at 8:00. Sundays and Thursdays have the same hours with a $5 cover after 8:00. Fridays and Saturdays the bar opens at 6:00 with dueling pianos starting at 6:30 and there is a $10 cover all night. The Shout House also has a designated driver program which gives any designated driver a complimentary pass for their next trip when someone else drives. Spending an evening downtown in one of the Gaslamp Quarter’s most popular bars, singing along with a full bar of enthusiastic music lovers is one of the best things to do in San Diego this weekend if you enjoy live music.
Funseekers can purchase a FunGig that takes them to The Shout House with an in-the-know local who may also know some other hotspots to hit up before or after going to the bar. Funbassadors can make some money while taking a fun person out to a lively bar with dueling pianos.