Purchase tickets via phone: 1-888-9-AXS-TIX (1-888-929-7849). Available daily: 6AM-8PM
The Box Office is located on the premises. Hours of operation are Sundays from 10am-4pm and all show nights. On show nights, the Box Office opens 30 minutes prior to door time for the event (or 90 minutes prior to show time).
To purchase advance tickets for The Warfield and The Regency Ballroom without service charge please visit The Warfield Box Office during any hours of operation.
A box office fee of $2.00 will be applied to each ticket sold at The Warfield Box Office during any hours of operation. Types of Payment Accepted: CASH, VISA, MC, and AMEX are accepted for ticket sales and food/drinks.
Parking available at Holiday Inn parking garage located at 1500 Van Ness. $20 with validated ticket from The Regency Ballroom. Validation is not good for overnight parking past 2am.
Purchase tickets via phone: 1-888-9-AXS-TIX (1-888-929-7849). Available daily: 6AM-8PM
The Regency Ballroom Box Office is only available on show days, and opens at the door time. To avoid Service Charges, purchase tickets (*$2 box office fee applied to each ticket at the following locations):
- The Warfield Theatre (982 Market Street) on Sundays between 10am-4pm.
- The Regency Ballroom on any show night once the doors have opened.
- On the day of the event once doors are open and if tickets are still available.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted for ticket sales.
All General Admission shows are standing room only. If the balcony is open, limited seating will be available on a first come first serve basis. This area is only accessible by stairs.
ADA accessible seating is available on the main floor. Please contact AXS.com to purchase ADA accessible tickets.
The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is a multi-purpose arena in San Francisco, California, named after promoter Bill Graham. The arena holds 7,000 people. It was designed by renowned Bay Area architect John Galen Howard and built in 1915 as part of the Panama–Pacific International Exposition.The 1920 Democratic National Convention was held in the hall, and it was the home of the San Francisco Warriors of the National Basketball Association from 1964 to 1967. The World Cyber Games 2004 were held in the civic auditorium.In 1992, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to rename the San Francisco Civic Auditorium after the rock concert impresario Bill Graham, who had died the year before in a helicopter crash.The arena has hosted concerts by many famous artists, spanning many different genres. It is owned by the City of San Francisco and since 2010 has been operated by Another Planet Entertainment, generating about $100,000 in leasing revenue for the city annually.
A richly diverse gathering space, Mezzanine showcases live and electronic music from all genres – rock, dance, hip hop, soul, jazz, salsa, world beat – as well as multimedia art events, fashion shows and video/film installations. The multi-use venue boasts state-of-the-art lighting technologies with custom-built sound systems for both live and electronic music. The club caters to performances of all types; from hot shows with the newest buzz bands to intimate engagements with the world’s biggest artists.
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Box Office Hours: Monday 10 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Friday 10 am-6 pm; also Saturday 10 am-6 pm during performance season
Great American Music HallDistance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis 859 O'Farrell St San Francisco, CA 94109
The Great American Music Hall is a concert hall in San Francisco, California. It is located on O'Farrell Street in the Tenderloin neighborhood on the same block as the Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell Theater. It is known for its decorative balconies, columns, and frescoes and for its history of unique entertainment, which has included burlesque dancing as well as jazz, folk music, and rock'n'roll concerts. The capacity of the hall is 600 people.HistoryBlanco's and Music BoxThe hall was established in 1907 during the period of rebuilding that followed the 1906 earthquake. Its interior was designed by a French architect. It was originally called Blanco's, after a notorious Barbary Coast house of prostitution.In 1936, Sally Rand, known for her fan dance and bubble dance acts, acquired the property and branded it the Music Box. It closed with the end of World War II, reopened in 1948 as a jazz club that reused the name Blanco's, and in the 1950s the building was used by members of the Loyal Order of the Moose. The venue went into a long decline that nearly resulted in the demolition of the building.
Mayes Oyster House is a San Francisco favorite bar/restaurant with a full bar offering specialty cocktails and a great raw oyster variety from Marin and Washington that will leave you craving for more. Our kitchen serves a refined California menu with selections of seafood, sliders, ribs and chicken and vegetarian/gluten-free options. Our family style seating can easily accommodate larger groups. Mayes is also a popular San Francisco favorite event venue/ space. Our versatile and spacious event venue can accommodate large parties and events. Whether it's your office happy hour, networking event, fundraiser, corporate lunch, bachelor/ bachelorette party, we can bring any event to life. Mayes transforms into Polk Street's favorite dance venue Thursdays through Saturday nights with dj/music entertainment. Mayes Oyster House is also the oldest (circa 1867) standing seafood restaurant in San Francisco.
The San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center is located in San Francisco, California. It is one of the largest performing arts centers in the United States. It covers 7.5 acres in the Civic Center Historic District, and totals 7,500 seats among its venues.Performing artsOpera, symphony, modern and classical dance, theatre, recitals, plays, lectures, meetings, receptions, special screenings, and gala events all have a place and occur at the Center.HistoryThe complex was developed in the 1920s on two blocks on Van Ness Avenue facing San Francisco City Hall from the west. The "War Memorial" name commemorates all the people who served in the First World War, which ended seven years before the project commenced. It was designed by Arthur Brown Jr in 1927-1928, and is one of the last Beaux-Arts style structures erected in the United States. The project resulted in the construction of a matched pair of buildings across a formal courtyard park: the War Memorial Opera House; and the multi-purpose Veterans Building next door. Both were completed and opened in 1932.
THE EMPIRE ROOM SF... San Francisco's newest creative social space and nightlife environment in the heart of San Francisco.
This iconic 8,000 square foot space was the former home of the famous Stars and Trader Vic's. With large Ballroom style interior, elevated private VIP room, two separate lounge areas and one of the longest bars SF has to offer. As part of a NEW CONCEPT we will be hosting special events, fashion shows, art installations, creative gatherings, happy hour, favorite DJ's, handmade crafted cocktails, dancing and live local music. The Empire Room will also bring food truck operators inside so expect to enjoy menu selections from tasty food truck chefs. We'll be featuring our own Mixology bar!
Available for private, corporate and special events. Located within walking distance of the Bill Graham Auditorium, City Hall, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Ballet, SF Symphony, SF Opera, Hearst Theatre, SF Civic Center and Civic Center Bart. Stay up to date to be a part of our special event and other surprises...
A new breed of event space has landed in San Francisco. The Village is the first venue designed to foster the evolution of storytelling through interactive media.
We offer in-house event planning, beverage catering and food catering. The only Bay Area venue to be 100% solar powered.
20,000 sq ft, 3 levels, and more. Flexible, customizable event space with Hi-Tech capabilities conveniently located downtown.
Interested in scheduling a private tour or checking availability? Get in touch!
The Village Private Event Venue has an exclusive partnership with Madrone Studios. Madrone Studios is an experience design firm specializing in interactive technology and event production.
Built in 1926, the historic Marines’ Memorial Theatre is an intimate 650-seat jewel box theatre located in the heart of San Francisco's theatre district between Union Square and Nob Hill. Our historic theatre is available as a San Francisco event venue for keynotes, celebrations, educational presentations and more. We are also dedicated to bringing the best national, international and local Music, Dance, Author Talks & Lectures and theatrical or film presentations to Bay Area audiences.
Nestled in the heart of bustling Polk Street, The Pour House provides an cozy lounge setting that still allows guests to enjoy the energy of one of San Francisco’s best nightlife areas.
Featuring 25+ wines by the glass, 7 drafts by the pint or pitcher, and an array of rotating craft beers in the bottle, the warmly-lit space is the perfect kick-back spot for just a few friends or for events of up to 100 guests.
We offer small bites and cheese plates for your snacking pleasure, and we have menus of local restaurants that will deliver your dinner to your seat.
Be sure to check our website for our nightly events. We hope to see you soon!
Interested in hosting an event at The Pour House? We offer affordable rates and a stress-free planning process. For info, email [email protected]
Justin Giarla has worked for a decade to maintain White Walls as the premiere destination of urban and contemporary art in the Bay Area. Combined with sister space, the Shooting Gallery and two project spaces, our state of the art 5,000 square foot space is one of the largest galleries on the west coast.The aesthetic and conceptual quality of work shown at White Walls has earned us a vital role in the contemporary art market- one we embrace wholeheartedly. We are proud to continue showcasing the most progressive artists working today.
In February of 2013 we moved to the historic 886 Geary building and we're now happy to offer the space as an events venue to the community. As a venue, our building presents the sleek, white-walled aesthetic of a contemporary art gallery with modern, architectural elegance. With capabilities to house more than 300 guests for standing receptions, or 100 sit-downs, the options are vast. The ceiling is replete with skylights, which pour in natural light for day events, as well as suspended lighting tracks that provide versatile illumination for evenings. Our 14-foot high ceilings are furnished with exposed original timber beams that refer to the building's heritage as a former bakery in the historic Tenderloin.
Established in 1940.
Unpretentious 222 Hyde [The Basement] had a long and storied musical past that started in the 1940′s as the Three Deuces club. The world famous Black Hawk Jazz Club was right next door on the corner of Turk & Hyde. The Three Deuces [The Basement] served as a sort of VIP hangout for jazz legends such as Miles Davis and John Coltrane when they performed at Black Hawk. - Shannon Stevenson
Comedy Open Mic - Tuesday & Thursday
Comedy Showcase - 2nd & 4th Saturday
Play It Cool with DJ - Every Friday 6PM - 10PM
DJ nights - Every Saturday 10PM
Das Black Hawk war ein Jazzclub in San Francisco, der von 1949 bis 1963 bestand.Der Jazzclub Black Hawk war eine der bekanntesten Veranstaltungsorte für Jazzmusik in San Francisco während seines Bestehens von 1949 bis 1963. Er befand sich Ecke Turk Street und Hyde Street im Tenderloin-Viertel. Besitzer des Clubs waren Guido Caccienti sowie Johnny und Helen Noga. Die intime Clubatmosphäre war ideal für kleinere Jazzgruppen. 1959 konnte der Club für Jazz-Veranstaltungen Honorare von $300 bis über $3.000 pro Woche zahlen. Eine Reihe von Musikern nahmen hier Alben auf; dazu gehören Miles Davis, Cal Tjader, Thelonious Monk, Shelly Manne und Mongo Santamaría. Billie Holiday und Lester Young gaben hier ihren letzten Konzerte an der Westküste, das Modern Jazz Quartet sein erstes. Auch Charlie Parker fand sich zu einer Jamsession im Black Hawk ein. Weitere bekannte Musiker, die hier auftraten, waren u. a. Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Chet Baker, Stan Getz, Johnny Mathis, Art Blakey, Shorty Rogers, Art Pepper, Art Farmer, Gerry Mulligan, Horace Parlan und Russ Freeman. Art Tatum gab hier in den letzten 18 Monaten seines Lebens Konzerte; er spielte 1955 im Black Hawk.
Welcome to PanIQ Room San Francisco. Do you have the critical skills to survive? Experience 60 minute live escape games like you’ve never before. Each escape room is built
around a different story; the characteristics and style of the room are shaped with the help of accessories and interior design connected to the story. Live Escape games are a type of
physical adventure games in which people are locked in a room and have to use elements of
the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room. Choose between 3 escape games:
Slowly you regain consciousness and realize you're inside a psycho’s apartment. You’re alone but not for long... escape before he gets back!
Find your way out of the Prison you are held with your fellow prisoners!
You work for a startup company and you have to stay and work overnight in the office. Your goal is to find an investment check hidden in a safe then escape the room!
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San Francisco City Hall is the seat of government for the City and County of San Francisco, California. Re-opened in 1915 in its open space area in the city's Civic Center, it is a Beaux-Arts monument to the City Beautiful movement that epitomized the high-minded American Renaissance of the 1880s to 1917. The structure's dome is taller than that of the United States Capitol by 42 feet. The present building replaced an earlier City Hall that was destroyed during the 1906 earthquake, which was two blocks from the present one. It was bounded by Larkin Street, McAllister Street, and City Hall Avenue (a street, now built over, which ran from the corner of Grove and Larkin to the corner of McAllister and Leavenworth), largely where the current Public Library and U.N. Plaza stand today.The principal architect was Arthur Brown, Jr., of Bakewell & Brown, whose attention to the finishing details extended to the doorknobs and the typeface to be used in signage. Brown's blueprints of the building are preserved at the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Brown also designed the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, Veterans Building, Temple Emanuel, Coit Tower and the Federal office building at 50 United Nations Plaza.
The SHN Orpheum Theatre is a performance venue located at 1192 Market at Hyde Street in the Civic Center district of San Francisco, California. The theatre first opened in 1926 as one of the many designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca for theater-circuit owner Alexander Pantages. The interior features a vaulted ceiling, while the facade was patterned after a 12th-century French cathedral. The Orpheum seats 2,203 guests. In 1998, there was a $20 million renovation completed to make the Orpheum more suitable for Broadway shows after a previous renovation in the 1970s. The Orpheum is a locally designated San Francisco landmark as determined by the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board.The theater has hosted a number of Broadway shows, and from April 30 to May 4, 2007, hosted Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and was recently home to a two-year sit-down production of the musical Wicked from January 27, 2009, through September 2010. The Grateful Dead gave six performances here in 1976: July 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 18.Productions that were staged at the Orpheum prior to opening on Broadway have included Bring It On: The Musical (2011-2012), Evita (1979), Mama Mia! (2000-2001), and The Act (1977).
Blush: The Ultimate Wedding Experience Distance: 0.4 miCompetitive Analysis 1409 Sutter St San Francisco, CA 94109
BLUSH! The Ultimate Wedding Experience
San Francisco, CA, Sunday, March 29, 2015 – BLUSH is a wedding event intended for planners and industry pros and for savvy couples seeking a more personal and unique experience while planning their wedding day. Unlike traditional bridal shows, this event will have something for everyone, including the groom and the same sex couple, which we feel are equally important.
This event is something completely fresh, unusual, interactive and promises to ignite the senses and get the creative juices flowing.
Combining an eclectic array of independent artisans and wedding purveyors, the event will feature:
- 30+ fresh and unique wedding purveyors offering creative + current wedding ideas + resources
- The latest trends and out-of-the-box ideas in wedding and event design
- Yummy food bites + decadent desserts
- Delicious craft cocktails
- Outdoor Cigar Bar
- Bright Lip and Lash Bar
- An incredible fashion show
- Beats to keep the party going
- Swag Bags! + Raffles!
- Judgement free atmosphere welcoming gal + dude, gal + gal, dude + dude, couples of all kinds!
- All of the above and more!
Brought to you by the producers of San Francisco’s long running (and always sold out) Absolute Magic, Magic at the Rex is an evening of mystery, wonderment and laughs. In an intimate nightclub setting at the classic Hotel Rex, you will be up close and personal with every flick of the wrist and wave of a hand of Adam Sachs and Sebastian Boswell III.
Sebastian Boswell III is a most remarkable man who does fantastic things. As Mr. Boswell would modestly admit ,words cannot do justice to his performance of unusual feats he has learned in his travels over the world; suffice to say that you will be riveted.
Close-up Magician Adam Sachs is as nimble with his fingers as he is with his wit. Writing in the New York Times, William Safire described Adam as a "wise guy, wiseacre." Adam is sophisticated and refined, but he sheds all that before the shows begin.
Magic at the Rex will occasionally include a guest magician.
But don't take it from us, here's how the San Francisco Chronicle described the earlier show, Absolute Magic:
Forget the pyrotechnics, fog machines and cheesy background music - this isn't Caesars Palace. Absolute Magic focuses on the interactive and communal aspects of a magic show rather than the spectacle. Featured are local magicians RJ Owens - whose avuncular charm and offbeat brand of comedy magic will have you somewhere between smirking and outright chortling (depending on your sheepishness) - and Adam Sachs, with his mystifying sleight of hand, which may require reminders to close your mouth.
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door, and there is a two drink minimum.
Parking is available at nearby public parking garages including the Sutter/Stockton Garage. Please note that seating will begin at 7:30 PM. You may also meet and relax in the classic bar next to the salon for pre-show drinks.
Did we mention that Adam and Sebastian sometimes wander to the Rex’s bar after the show and mingle over drinks for discussion and more close up performances for the guests . In other words, you may ask them questions they won’t answer, like “how did he do that?” and questions they will answer, like “why do you do that?”
Union Square is the retail and cultural hub of San Francisco. It boasts the city’s largest collection of luxury, department and boutique shopping, making it one of the premier tourist attractions in the Western United States. A spectacular selection of hotels, art galleries, salons, and performance halls also contribute to the area's cosmopolitan, 24-hour character. The center of the neighborhood is a landmark park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post, and Stockton streets and is home to the Dewey monument.
You can also get up to the minute info on what's going on in Union Square by following us on twitter @unionsquaresf.
Zuni Café is a restaurant in San Francisco, California. Named after the Zuni tribe, it was established in 1979 by Billy West. In 1981 he hired Vince Calcagno as the manager, who became a business partner in 1987. West and Calcagno hired chef Judy Rodgers (formerly of Chez Panisse) in 1987. Billy West died on July 1, 1994; Calcagno and Rodgers went on to become co-owners. Zuni Cafe, with Rodgers at the helm, won the James Beard Foundation Award for 'Best Chef: Pacific' in 2000, 'Outstanding Restaurant' in 2003, and 'Outstanding Chef' in 2004. It is located on Market Street in San Francisco. Rodgers became head chef in 1987, and a co-owner two years later. Calcagno retired in 2006. Gilbert Pilgram joined Zuni Café as a co-owner in 2006. Rodgers died on December 2, 2013.
Join us for what promises to be frightfully good fun!
Scares abound in the dimly lit halls of Mayhem Mansion where the inhabitants are definitely off their rockers! Take a hauntingly fun tour led by ghoulish hosts, with scary surprises at every turn!
Mayhem Mansion SF takes place the last two weekends in October.
Visit the "Spookeasy" before, or after, your tour, for a delicious beverage.
Advance tickets available October 1st through www.eventbrite.com. Search "Mayhem Mansion SF 2016". A limited amount of tickets will also be available at the door each night.
Not recommended for children under 8.
A percentage of the proceeds from this fundraiser go to the continued maintenance and upkeep of the Haas-Lilienthal House, an historic house and city landmark, as well as the home of San Francisco Heritage.
SF Heritage is a nonprofit, member supported organization with a mission to preserve and enhance San Francisco's unique architectural and cultural identity.
Market Street (San Francisco) Distance: 0.8 miCompetitive Analysis Market Street San Francisco, CA 94102
Market Street is a major thoroughfare in San Francisco, California. It begins at The Embarcadero in front of the Ferry Building at the northeastern edge of the city and runs southwest through downtown, passing the Civic Center and the Castro District, to the intersection with Corbett Avenue in the Twin Peaks neighborhood. Beyond this point, the roadway continues as Portola Drive into the southwestern quadrant of San Francisco. Portola Drive extends south to the intersection of St. Francis Boulevard and Sloat Boulevard, where it continues as Junipero Serra Boulevard.Market Street is the boundary of two street grids. Streets on its southeast side are parallel or perpendicular to Market Street, while those on the northwest are nine degrees off from the cardinal directions.Market Street is a major transit artery for the city of San Francisco, and has carried in turn horse-drawn streetcars, cable cars, electric streetcars, electric trolleybuses, and diesel buses. Today Muni's buses, trolleybuses, and heritage streetcars (on the F Market line) share the street, while below the street the two-level Market Street Subway carries Muni Metro and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). While cable cars no longer operate on Market Street, the surviving cable car lines terminate to the side of the street at its intersections with California Street and Powell Street.
Moscone Center is the largest convention and exhibition complex in San Francisco, California. It comprises three main halls: Two underground halls underneath Yerba Buena Gardens, known as Moscone North and Moscone South, and a three-level Moscone West exhibition hall across 4th Street. It was initially built in 1981 by architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum as one single hall, Moscone South, and named after San Francisco former mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated in November 1978.BackgroundThe South of Market Area where Moscone Center was built was claimed by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, and a protracted battle was fought by the displaced low-income residents during the 1960s and 1970s.Although the Center is named after the murdered mayor, Moscone opposed the development of the area when he served on the SF Board of Supervisors in the 1960s because he felt it would displace elderly and poor residents of the area. As mayor, Moscone convened a special committee of proponents and opponents of a convention center. Hearings were held throughout SF seeking citizen input. A compromise was reached which was supported by Moscone. He put the matter on the ballot and it passed overwhelmingly.Labor organizations supported the construction of the Center, and were granted full labor jurisdiction. All labor in the Convention Center is performed by I.A.T.S.E. Local 16 Stagehands, Sign and Display Workers Local #510, Brotherhood of Teamsters local #65, IBEW Local #6, Security I.A.T.S.E. Local #B-18, Communications Workers of America, and the Hotel & Restaurant Workers Local #2. McCune Audio/Video/Lighting is the on site rental service.
Fillmore West was a historic rock and roll music venue in San Francisco, California which became famous under the direction of concert promoter Bill Graham from 1968-1971. Named after Graham's original "Fillmore" location at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Geary Boulevard, it stood at the southwest corner of Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue. There is now a Honda automobile dealership at that location.HistoryThe Carousel Ballroom, was originally a big band dance palace. Later, Fillmore West booked primarily African American performers as part of the Chitlin Circuit, prior to 1967. Blues legend B.B. King played before his first primarily white audience there in February 1967, with Bill Graham promoting.The Carousel Ballroom was for a few months in 1968 operated by a collective formed by the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother and the Holding Company, as a social/musical "laboratory experiment". The "six-month run may well have corresponded with the height of the whole '60s Haight-Ashbury/San Francisco thing." Bill Graham then took it over.
Fillmore West foi uma histórica casa de shows em São Francisco, Califórnia, fundada pelo empresário de rock Bill Graham. Seu nome é advindo do Fillmore original, que funcionava nas esquinas da Fillmore Street e Geary Boulevard.Em razão da deterioração urbana da vizinhança e da capacidade exígua do Fillmore original, Graham decidiu mudar sua casa de shows para o local antes conhecido como The Carousel Ballroom e El Patio, nas esquinas da Market Street e South Van Ness Avenue. Renomeou o empreendimento para Fillmore West em contraste a seu Fillmore East, então em funcionamento em Nova York.No começo da década de 1970, Graham decidiu afastar-se da indústria musical, fechando a casa em 4 de julho de 1971 com uma leitura de poesia por Allen Ginsberg e concertos das bandas Santana, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead e Quicksilver Messenger Service. O documentário Fillmore, retratando os últimos concertos, e um LP triplo, Fillmore: The Last Days, foram lançados em 1972.
Sundance Kabuki is an independent film movie theater in the Japan Center complex in San Francisco's Japantown neighborhood. Formerly the AMC Kabuki Cinema 8, it was acquired by Robert Redford's Sundance Cinemas chain in 2006 as part of an anti-trust agreement allowing AMC to acquire Loews. Sundance renovated the theater, and reopened it under its current name in December 2007, as the chain's second theater.The theater was the first multiplex in San Francisco. It has been host to San Francisco's Cherry Blossom Festival activities, is one of a small number of theaters showing performances by the San Francisco Opera, and has screened several films for San Francisco International Film Festival and San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival as recently as 2011.
What Makes EscapeSF Room Escape Games Better?
Environments are very realistic and full of background electronics for true emergence experience. In our games we use prop production, programmable micro-controllers, and game-design theory. We focused on altering your reality with great, immersive details and also touches of humor.