San Francisco Living - Places - Venues - San Francisco, California, USA

Places for performances, concerts, athletics, conventions, tradeshows, gatherings
  • ACT Th: American Conservatory Theater; opened in 1910 as the Columbia Theatre; called the Geary Theater until 2006
  • AT&T Pk: 41,503 seat baseball stadium; home of the Giants; formerly SBC Park and Pacific Bell Park
  • Best of Broadway: Nederlander Theatres in San Francisco; Curran Theatre, Golden Gate Theatre, Orpheum Theatre
  • Bill G Civic: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium; 7,000 seats; at historic Civic Center Plaza
  • Bimbo's 365: Bimbo's 356 Club
  • Boom Boom Rm: Blues & Boogie
  • Cow Palace: Multi-event showplace; regular shows include Grand National Rodeo, Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus, the San Francisco Sport & Boat Show, the Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show, and Disney on Ice; the Cow Palace is a State agency of the California Department of Food and Agriculture's Division of Fairs and Expositions
  • Fillmore: Historic music performance theater
  • Fort Mason: Various venues for rent; Festival Pavilion, Herbst Pavilion, Cowell Theater, Southside Theater, Conference Center, Firehouse, Gatehouse, Meeting and Activity Spaces, Fleet Room, SFMoMA Artistís Gallery
  • GreatAMH: Great American Music Hall
  • Levi's Stadium: New football stadium in Santa Clara for the San Francisco 49ers
  • Lou's Pier 47: Blues at Fisherman's Wharf
  • Masonic Ctr Nob Hill: Nob Hill Masonic Center for Events; auditorium, exhibit hall
  • Masonic Ctr Scottish: San Francisco Scottish Rite Masonic Center; auditorium, banquet hall
  • Moscone Ctr: Meeting and exhibition facility; in the downtown district; 18.5 hectares of building area
  • SFWMPAC: San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center; includes War Memorial Opera House 3,146 seats; site covers 3 hectares in San Francisco's Civic Center Historic District; opera, symphony, modern and classical dance, theatre, recitals, plays, lectures, meetings, receptions, special screenings, and galas; facilities include Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, War Memorial Veterans Building, Herbst Theatre, Green Room, Harold L. Zellerbach Rehearsal Hall
  • Shoreline Amp: Shoreline Ampitheatre; 25,000 capacity; Mountain View
  • Slim's: Live music nightclub
  • Warfield: The Warfield Theatre; 2,300-seat theater; opened in 1922 2,300-seat theater; opened in 1922
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