Music to My Ears: The Haute 5 Live Music Venues in San Francisco

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In a popular city like San Francisco, there are always great concerts in town. Here is a list of the best performance halls in the city, where you can go experience your favorite bands.

Mezzanine

This two fold venue serves as both a small scale concert hall and a lively nightclub. Artists such as Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, and Plain White T’s have all played here.

Mezzanine is located at 444 Jessie St., San Francisco. For a calendar of upcoming events, visit their website at www.mezzaninesf.com.

The Warfield

This 2,250 seat theater style-venue is located in the heart of downtown San Francisco. This multi-function facility is both a concert hall and host to theater and comedy productions. Bands such as U2 and The Clash have played The Warfield.

The Warfield is located at 982 Mariket St., San Francisco. For a calendar of upcoming events, visit their website at www.thewarfieldtheatre.com.

AT&T Park

Though this location typically hosts the San Francisco Giants, it is occasionally converted to a concert stadium. Artists such as Dave Matthews Band and Paul McCartney have packed this massive venue. This is the only large scale venue in San Francisco to see live shows.

AT&T Park is located at 24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco. For a calendar of upcoming events, visit their website at www.sfgiants.com.

The Fillmore

This is probably one of the best known music venues in the country. It became popular in the mid-60’s when bands like The Doors, Jimi Hendrix Experience and Pink Floyd played in the hall. The best part about attending a concert at The Fillmore is the complimentary special edition concert posters you receive.

The Fillmore is located at 1805 Geary Blvd., San Francisco.For a calendar of upcoming events, visit their website at www.thefillmore.com.

Great American Music Hall

This is the oldest music venue in San Francisco. Opened in 1907, this cathedral ceilinged venue has hosted a variety of historically significant artists from Van Morrison to the Grateful Dead and Bobby McFerrin. They currently book typically lesser known bands, but this small and intimate venue is still a great spot to see shows.

Great American Music Hall is located at 859 O’Farrell St., San Francisco. For a calendar of upcoming events, visit their website at www.musichallsf.com.

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