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  • 1015 Folsom

    1015 Folsom

    1015 Folsom San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-431-1200 A central hub of S.F.'s dance scene, 1015 boasts three enormous dance floors, an internationally renowned roster of DJs, and a guaranteed late-night party. Depending on your musical tastes, you might find yourself in one of several sub-clubs housed within the facility, including the low-slung front room (with its glowing astroidal ceiling) and the more cavernous main room (with a balcony and huge P.A. system that pumps beats to throngs of happy dancers). More >>

  • 103 Harriet

    103 Harriet

    103 Harriet St. San Francisco, CA 94103

    103 Harriet (aka 1015 Folsom: The Remix) is essentially the same venue as its more famous big brother on Folsom Street, except you enter around the corner on Harriet Street and, depending on the event, your chosen DJ/performer will be in a different dance area than the main room. Generally the 103 Harriet "venue" is used for more underground, electronix-heavy acts than the house music that draws B&T crowds to 1015. More >>

  • 1275 Market Street Plaza

    1275 Market St. San Francisco, CA 94103

  • 142 Throckmorton Theatre

    142 Throckmorton Theatre

    142 Throckmorton Mill Valley, CA 94941

  • 19 Broadway

    19 Broadway

    17 Broadway Blvd. Fairfax, CA 94930

  • 21 Grand

    21 Grand

    416 25th St. Oakland, CA 94612

  • 26 Mix

    26 Mix

    3024 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • 2b1 Multimedia

    3075 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • 50 Mason Social House

    50 Mason Social House

    50 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-433-5050 Located at the confluence of the Union Square, Tenderloin, and Mid-Market neighborhoods, the upscale 50 Mason Social House mostly shuns the latter two demographics in a bid to attract well-to-do travelers and moneyed downtown crowds. This former comedy club has reformulated itself as a fancy beer-and-wine establishment suffused with vintage-aristocrat ambience (e.g., dark leather furniture, chandeliers, a fireplace) that's notably at odds with the grimier outside surroundings. The beer list is similarly genteel, spotlighting small-batch microbrews with prices starting around $5 and going into double digits for some selections. At night, bands set up on the corner stage to play jazz, blues, roots rock, and more. More >>

  • 5lowershop

    992 Peralta San Francisco, CA 94110

  • 888 Brannan

    888 Brannan San Francisco, CA 94103

  • 924 Gilman

    924 Gilman Berkeley, CA 94710
    510-524-8180 Dirty, covered by years of spray-painted graffiti, and home to every all-ages freak in the East Bay - if you're looking for the epicenter of Bay Area punk, this is it. The 924 Gilman Street Project (aka "Gilman Street" or simply "Gilman") was started by righteously fanatical punk zine Maximum Rocknroll, so you know there won't even be a whiff of corporate rock to be found onstage here. More >>

  • Abbey Tavern

    Abbey Tavern

    4100 Geary San Francisco, CA 94118
    415-221-7767 This Irish sports bar in the Inner Richmond features occasional live bands and DJs on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. A mixture of pop, rock, '80s, and Top 40 dance music caters to a mostly collegiate crowd. More >>

  • ABCo Art Space

    3135 Filbert St. Oakland, CA 94608

  • Air Lounge

    Air Lounge

    492 Ninth St. Oakland, CA 94607

  • Albatross Pub

    Albatross Pub

    1822 San Pablo Berkeley, CA 94702

  • America's Cup Pavilion

    27 Pier San Francisco, CA 94105

  • American Bach Soloists

    44 Page San Francisco, CA 94102-5986

  • Amnesia


    853 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-970-0012 Dark red, hypnotic light helps this tiny bar live up to its name, and its tall stage features everything from '20s-themed nights and garage rock to bebop jazz and experimental electronica. There's no liquor, but intriguing soju cocktails and a well-chosen selection of microbrews are available if your inhibitions need loosening. Whether you're attending a comedy showcase, a literary reading, or a Gypsy dance party, however, make sure to arrive early - Amnesia fills up fast. More >>

  • Amoeba Music

    Amoeba Music

    1855 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-831-1200 Come hear a band you should probably know about amidst thousands of CDs you should probably own at Amoeba's regular in-store concerts. A head-scratching variety of genres offers an awesome cross-section of today's music. Sound quality may suffer, but hey, such is indie rock. More >>

  • The Art House Gallery

    2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley, CA 94705-1808

  • Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center

    Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center

    1317 San Pablo Berkeley, CA 94702
    510-525-5054 The popular live music venue hosts a dizzying variety of world music. More >>

  • AT&T Park

    AT&T Park

    24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA 94107-2134

  • Atlas Cafe

    Atlas Cafe

    3049 20th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-648-1047 What's not to love about Atlas Cafe? With strong coffee and delicious California-style menu selections, this cool little spot, located in the heart of the Mission also has free Wifi, magazines to peruse, and local art featured on its walls. It offers several microbrews on tap, plus bottled beer and wine. Vegans rejoice -- the café offers a delicious selection of items like a beetloaf sandwich and cheeseless pizzas. Head to the back patio, which also welcomes furry friends, and show up on Thursdays and Saturdays for some free, toe-tapping bluegrass. More >>

  • The Attic

    The Attic

    3336 24th St. San Francisco, CA 94110-3825
    415-643-3376 The grittiness of your favorite dive bar and the sounds of your favorite DJ combine to create a great Mission District spot that transcends all trends. There are plenty of dark corners in which to hide, and the graffiti-covered restrooms ensure that no one gets too uppity. More >>

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