San Francisco should really host the Super Bowl more often. We're mostly kidding, but music fanatics are starting to realize the upside of having the Big Game in our backyard. The NFL's marquee event has brought some of the industry's biggest stars to the Bay Area.
Is your calendar filling up with must-see shows and your wallet nearly empty? Us too.
Time to dance/air-guitar/head bang/twerk off all that holiday cheer. If the gym’s not your thing, get your New Year workout on at these choice shows.
Will your New Year's Eve event of choice be lit? We sorted through all the options and can confidently attest that the following concerts are pre-approved, fully certifiable, awesome.
Before we get to this week’s New Year’s Eve shows, let’s have a look at what else is on tap.
ICYMI: Earlier this year, The Elbo Room faced eviction, but ownership recently announced on Facebook that they have extended their lease through January 1, 2018. Win!
Some of San Francisco’s most prized institutions are its live music venues. Think about it: The Fillmore, Great American Music Hall, Davies Symphony Hall and others have all served as proving grounds for the world’s best artists, musicians, and social influencers. It should come as no surprise, then, that San Francisco is rich with places where live music lives and thrives, even when you’d never guess it. Here are some unexpected gems around town to catch a show at this week.
You probably already knew that the Super Bowl is coming to San Francisco, but are you aware of all the live music coming with it? Highlights include: Dave Matthews Band playing Pier 70, the SF Symphony paying homage to the drama-soaked NFL Films soundtracks, and Coldplay bringing down Levi's Stadium at halftime.
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