Great American Music Hall

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859 Ofarrell St (btwn Polk St & Larkin St)
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 885-0750

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  • A beautiful building with a great upstairs area. If the concert is sold out, you can often get a dinner ticket for a little bit extra.
  • Long-time customers and newcomers alike feel at home in the 5,000-square-foot concert hall that symbolized renewal and optimism when it opened in 1907.
  • Get married here -- friends of mine did and for a night they were the headliners on the sign outside
  • Don't eat the glow sticks! Contrary to recent reports it's not safe to smoke these and provide no good buzz
  • Grab a brew and enjoy the show!
  • Best music venue in San Francisco. Hands down. Great sound, great drinks, beautiful decor, even great food.
  • Explosions in the sky! yay!
  • go early to sit in the balcony!
  • Saw Brandi Carlile live in concert. Amazing.
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2012 Winner Editorial Pick Best Place to Imbibe Local History While Taking in a Great Show. Every concert at Great American Music Hall feels like a special event. The place...
  • When it says Limited Seating, it means limited opportunities to see the stage
  • The guys working the door are great hosts! Helped me find my wallet after I accidentally trashed it. Even provided latex gloves!
  • Saturday: The Melvins - Check out The Melvins this weekend and get ready for some heavy-duty tuneage. ($21; 8 p.m.)
  • Vancouver's Destroyer (a.k.a. New Pornographers' Dan Bejar's other band) plays GAMH on March 21, people. Watch his new video here:
  • Nice spot to see a show, but the bar is annoying! Each person who wants a drink has to stand in line. This is not efficient and makes it super crowded. Also, their drinks are weak.
  • Just got parking validation ticket - saved $10 bucks. Cool! :-)
  • tip if you're gonna sit
  • We ordered a giant sundae to share while we waited for the main act. Felt like a real dinner and show date night.
  • One of my all time favorite venues.
  • One of the few remaining classic venues in SF.