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  • 1. Castro Theatre

    Castro | Arts/Performance Venue

    Here's a classic way to join in a beloved Castro tradition: grab some popcorn and catch a flick at this 1,500-seat art-deco theater built in...Read More

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  • 2. Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall

    Civic Center | Arts/Performance Venue

    Fascinating and futuristic-looking, this 2,739-seat hall is the home of the San Francisco Symphony. The glass wraparound lobby and pop-out balcony...Read More

  • 3. SFJAZZ Center

    Hayes Valley | Arts/Performance Venue

    Devoted entirely to jazz, the center hosts performances by jazz greats such as McCoy Tyner, Joshua Redman, Regina Carter, and Chick Corea. Walk...Read More

  • 4. American Conservatory Theater

    Union Sq. | Arts/Performance Venue

    Celebrated local architects Bliss and Faville, also responsible for the nearby St. Francis Hotel, designed the neoclassical home of San Francisco...Read More

  • 5. Fort Mason Center

    Marina | Arts/Performance Venue

    Originally a depot for the shipment of supplies to the Pacific during World War II, the fort was converted into a cultural center in 1977 and...Read More

  • 6. Nob Hill Masonic Center

    Nob Hill | Arts/Performance Venue

    Erected by Freemasons in 1957, the hall is familiar to locals mostly as a concert and lecture venue, where such notables as Van Morrison and...Read More

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  • 7. War Memorial Opera House

    Civic Center | Arts/Performance Venue

    After San Francisco's original opera houses were destroyed in the 1906 quake, architect Arthur Brown Jr. was commissioned to design this stunning...Read More

  • 8. War Memorial Veterans Building

    Civic Center | Arts/Performance Venue

    Performing- and visual-arts organizations occupy much of this 1930s structure. Herbst Theatre ( 415/392–4400 ) hosts classical ensembles and...Read More

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