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    2369 Market St. San Francisco CA 94114
    1015 Folsom San Francisco CA 94103
    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 More
    111 Minna San Francisco CA 94105
    An art gallery/nightclub/bar, this South of Market venue shows films, hosts DJs, gets people drunk -- all in a sleek atmosphere where pretty people come to play. 111 Minna's two rooms, each with its own liquor service counter, can host separate simultaneous events, or they can act as one large More
    27 Pier San Francisco CA 94105
    24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco CA 94107
    99 Grove San Francisco CA 94102
    Imposing from the outside - but admittedly kind of meh (i.e., purely functional) on the inside - this rechristened old auditorium by City Hall is used for occasional concerts, conferences, banquets, trade shows, and political rallies. If you're stuck waiting in line, you can kill time by looking down at More
    1025 Columbus San Francisco CA 94133
    Great sound, classy lighting, and staffers dressed like The Love Boat's Capt. Stubing come together to make this one of the city's finer concert halls. Bimbo's 365 Club is a shrine of mid-20th Century luxury, complete with multiple ornate bars and nudie oil paintings that would be the pride of More
    1601 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
    Couches and cocktails complement a blues and funk boogie, which makes shaking it on the checkerboard dance floor an old-fashioned must. Nightly, up-and-coming national acts play sweaty, steamy sets on the venue's small stage - always a rollicking time. More
    435 Broadway San Francisco CA 94133
    When the curtain rises at this historic North Beach venue, you never know what you'll get -- it could be anything from bristling punk to brassy swing. Though the club's reputation comes mostly from Lindy-Hopping holdovers of the swing boom who populate the regular dance classes, there is a little More
    602 Jamestown San Francisco CA 94124
    781 Beach San Francisco CA 94109
    11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Sundays. More
    1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett San Francisco CA 94102
    Larkin San Francisco CA 94102
    635 Eighth St. San Francisco CA 94103
    2600 Geneva Daly City CA 94014
    875 Folsom St. San Francisco CA 94107
    50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive San Francisco CA 94118-4502
    375 11th St. San Francisco CA 94103
    Looking like a spaceship from The Matrix with futuristic factory decor on two floors, the remodeled DNA has long been a fixture on this happening 11th Street block. Regular goth-industrial nights, weekly "Bootie" mash-up parties, cabaret shows, burlesque escapades, and miscellaneous house or hip-hop jams happen alongside occasional rock gigs More
    566 Dolores San Francisco CA 94110
    The magnificent green space in San Francisco's Mission District is known for its views of the city skyline. It also hosts film nights during the Summer months. More
    Pier 15 San Francisco CA 94111
    World-class science museum with tons of hands-on activities for children and mystifying exhibits for everyone. More
    525 Harrison San Francisco CA 94105
    38 Fort Mason San Francisco CA 94109
    1805 Geary San Francisco CA 94115
    It's legendary and one of the best venues anywhere: great sightlines, killer sound system, and - most importantly - a continuous parade of top musical talent gracing the stage. Whether it's country legends, indie iconoclasts, crossover punks, or rhyme-slinging hip-hop crews, this venerable S.F. institution has got it. If you're More
    Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture San Francisco CA 94123-1322
    1807 Telegraph Oakland CA 94612
    After lying dormant for many (too many) years, this grand old movie palace has finally reopened after massive renovation and rejuvenation efforts, thus making one of downtown Oakland's architectural crown jewels into one of the most glamorous places to see a concert in the East Bay. They almost paved this More