Anthology will mark its 40th year with KGB StreetBeat event on July 21 in Little Italy

Anthology returns music to the streets of downtown San Diego, Saturday July 21 at KGB StreetBeat. Alongside 101.5 KGB and as part of their 40th anniversary celebration, Anthology will gather the best live music, beer, spirits and more together on the street in Little Italy.


In its second year, KGB StreetBeat welcomes headliners John Kay & Steppenwolf, Blue Oyster Cult and Lowrider Band to the outside stage located on India Street between Ash and A streets.

Inside Anthology (1337 India St.) local favorites Way Cool Junior will keep the vibe going throughout the day. After the Classic Block Party comes to a close at 10 p.m., the night continues inside Anthology with classic rock cover gods The Trip.

The event gets underway at 3 p.m. and is brought to you by Mossy Ford, Toyota, Scion, Volkswagen and BMW.

Mossy will take over space at StreetBeat to show off its unique line of cars in a hip lounge scene.

Other vendors participating include Slater’s 50/50, Grab & Go Subs, Vapure, U.S. Army, Mike’s BBQ, Tender Loving Canine, San Diego Harley Davidson, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Xyience, The Reader, Giant Paintball Parks and more.

General Admission tickets are $39 with Reserved Seating at $59. VIP packages are available for $160 and include a reserved seat, valet parking, and access to the VIP lounge on the Anthology’s second level balcony, an appetizer buffet and a drink ticket.

Tickets can be purchased at or by calling the Anthology box office at (619) 595-0300.

Go to for more information and don’t miss out as music once again returns to the streets of downtown San Diego.

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