Guest David Pfrimmer enjoys a pineapple Caesar at a mixing event sponsored by Mott's Clamato and featuring Caesar mixing officer Clint Pattemore.
Pattemore shows his skill as he mixes his trademark drinks.
We then head over to the Commodore to catch San Diego's hottest band, Switchfoot.
Switchfoot plays a list of hits like Afterlife, Dark Horses, and Vice Verses.
Then a few like Mess of Me, Always, and Enough (to let me go), from their latest, Grammy Award winning album Hello Hurricane.
The crowd loves it and front man Jon Foreman takes a moment to take it all in. The band clearly enjoys this as much as the fans.
Foreman gets up close and personal with the fans.
Switchfoot has a huge fan base of fans in their mid to late twenties, and is known for their Christian rock gospel music.
Switchfoot is a surfing term that means to switch your feet and take a new stance facing the opposite direction. "It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music," says Foreman.
Foreman shows the fans what he means when he leaps out into the audience and makes his way around the room, balancing along tables and railing.