San Francisco Nightlife & Music
Halloween in San Francisco is one of the biggest celebrations of the year. Each of the following parties caters to the variety of tastes trick-or-treaters seek. Whether it may be a haunted hotel or a risqué rendezvous, it is time to get your costumes on!
Nestled on an island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the Treasure Island Music Festival is a 2-day outdoor musical extravaganza. Known for having some of the hippest acts in music, Treasure Island is definitely the cool kids’ music festival.
Enjoy some amazing free music with a visit to the three-day Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival. It has a little something for everyone.
Come out to support the LGBT community and have some fun with a visit to the Castro Street Fair.
There are only a few special places that are in the business to offer a fabulous array of top indie music contenders and acts bursting with talent and originality. And here they are:
San Francisco’s concerts this summer will satisfy every music aficionado, no matter how eclectic your tastes may be.
Discover the culture, politics and live music of San Francisco’s hip Mission District. Whether you want a quick drink or a lively night head down to the Mission District for chilled out nights.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates General Zaragoza’s victory at the Battle of Puebla. Find yourself celebrating the triumph at one or all of these Cinco de Mayo parties.
To see the best comedians on the circuit, check out Cobb’s Comedy Club where acts such as Robin Williams, Dave Chapelle and Louis CK have all graced the stage. It’s not all funny business at this North Beach club, the 400 seat venue offers a full dinner menu and full-service bar. Here are the hottest comedians coming to San Francisco this spring.
With the smell of popcorn, stadium food and sounds of cheers, you know it must be spring, which of course mean baseball season. Here are the best bars in San Francisco to catch all of the baseball festivities.