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  • Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium

    471 Lagunita Palo Alto, CA 94305

  • Starry Plough

    Starry Plough

    3101 Shattuck Berkeley, CA 94705

  • Stern Grove

    19th Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132

  • Stockton Arena

    Stockton Arena

    248 W. Fremont St. Stockton, CA 95203

  • Stork Club

    Stork Club

    2330 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-444-6174 The Stork Club is downtown Oakland's best destination for underground punk & metal bands, cheap drinks, and a shockingly large collection of still-packaged Barbie dolls. (Didn't expect that last one, did you?) There are no signs of gentrification trends here: the Stork remains a dive bar and proud of it. More >>

  • The Stud

    The Stud

    399 Ninth St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-863-6623 Although small and cramped when packed, the Stud rules over other gay clubs with some of the best local DJs, innovative club nights, wild drag queen performances, and overall atmosphere. This old SOMA standby eschews the flashy glitz of trendy new nightclubs, instead cultivating a comfortable, almost bordello-like environment with lots of warm wood surfaces and plenty of dark corners in which to canoodle with your latest date. More >>

  • Sub-Mission Art Space (Balazo 18 Gallery)

    Sub-Mission Art Space (Balazo 18 Gallery)

    2183 Mission San Francisco, CA 94100
    415-255-7227 If you're underage, punk, and/or Latino, you'll probably find yourself right at home in this art gallery, performance space, and all-ages music venue right smack in the middle of the Mission District. Sub-Mission's midsize stage regularly hosts bands of the hardcore, metal, international, experimental, and just-plain-uncategorizable varieties, with occasional DJ nights for a change of pace. There's also a good collection of local art on display, plus an enclosed rear patio for smoke breaks, a beer-and-liquor bar for the over-21 crowd, and a connected taqueria next door. More >>

  • Subterranean Arthouse

    2179 Bancroft Berkeley, CA 94704

  • Sunset Strip

    8900-9000 blocks of Sunset Blvd. (between Doheny Drive & San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

  • Supperclub San Francisco

    Supperclub San Francisco

    657 Harrison San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-348-0900 If you like Burning Man-style costumes and dance performances, but prefer sleek Euro-chic furnishings and frou-frou appetizers to chewing on dusty desert sand, Supperclub is for you. This club features multiple areas: a crimson entry bar (Le Bar Rouge) with numerous disco balls, a side room (La Chambre Noir) with communal sofa beds and stuffed animals, and the main performance space (La Salle Neige) with more sofa beds, a balcony, kitchen, and small combined runway/stage. Resident DJ Michael Anthony fills in the musical gaps on most nights, with famous guest DJs often appearing on weekends. More >>

  • Swedish American Hall

    Swedish American Hall

    2174 Market San Francisco, CA 94114
    415-861-5016 Located right upstairs from Cafe Du Nord is its auditoriumlike sister venue, the Swedish American Hall. Music usually ranges from country and folk to indie rock and beyond. More >>

  • Sweetwater Music Hall

    19 Corte Madera Ave. Mill Valley, CA 94941

  • Swig


    571 Geary San Francisco, CA 94102

  • Theatre on San Pedro Square

    29 N. San Pedro St. San Jose, CA 95110-2414

  • Theatre Tableau Vivant

    574 Natoma San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Thee Parkside

    Thee Parkside

    1600 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-252-1330 This longtime home to bikers and blue-collars has transformed itself into one of the city's finest small rooms for rock. The calendar is jammed with the crème de la crème of garage, punk, metal, indie, and underground acts delivering intimate shows in the main room for a low cover. The back patio is great on warm afternoons and evenings, too. More >>

  • Thrillhouse Records

    Thrillhouse Records

    3422 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Top of the Mark

    Top of the Mark

    One Nob Hill, 999 California San Francisco, CA 94108
    415-616-6916 This famed martini bar offers high-class wallpaper music on the weekends, including lounge piano, easy listening, classical, and some jazz combos. The best stuff comes late on Friday and Saturday nights, when the drinks pour with a heavy hand and the jazz bands blow with a little more gusto. More >>

  • UC Berkeley, Greek Theatre

    Gayley & University Berkeley, CA 94704

  • UC Berkeley, Hertz Hall

    College & Bancroft Berkeley, CA 94702

  • UC Berkeley, Wheeler Auditorium

    Sather Road Berkeley, CA 94720

  • Under the White Big Top

    Atmel Way San Jose, CA 95131

  • Underground SF

    Underground SF

    424 Haight San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-864-7386 This small, dark, and unpretentious Lower Haight spot attempts to inject a subversive element back into the nightclub scene - and, for the most part, it succeeds. The music runs the gamut (from vintage disco to drum 'n' bass to hip-hop to reggae), as does the crowd. A good place to escape from upscale and trendy nightclubbers. More >>

  • The Union Room at Biscuits and Blues

    The Union Room at Biscuits and Blues

    401 Mason San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-931-6012 Biscuits & Blues' upstairs cousin offers an intimate room in which to hear local songwriters and blues troubadours within shouting distance of Union Square. More >>

  • Uptown Nightclub

    Uptown Nightclub

    1928 Telegraph Oakland, CA 94612
    510-451-8100 Located across from the newly renovated Fox Theater and down the street from Cafe Van Kleef, the Uptown is a cornerstone venue in the resurgent downtown Oakland music scene. The interior is split into two rooms: the main cocktail area - with high ceilings, a towering and ornate antique back bar, and rotating art displays - and the less-fancy performance area with a basic stage at the far end. A sizable patio, tucked into the concrete-and-brick urban gulch out back, gives smokers and non-smokers alike an outdoor escape from the noise within. Indie pop, punk, rockabilly, hip-hop, burlesque events, DJ nights, and other hipster-bait bookings fill the calendar most nights of the week. More >>

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