San Francisco concerts in January 2023 include shows at The Nob Hill Masonic Center, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and The Fillmore. You will also find performances at the Warfield, Slim's and other venues around SF.
My calendar also includes top shows in Berkeley, Oakland, and San Jose.
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1/3 - 1/8: Chris Botti at the SFJazz Center
1/13: Jazz is Dead at The Regency Ballroom
1/19: Trampled by Turtles at the Fillmore
1/24: Junior Boys at The Fillmore
1/27: Kai Wachi at 1015 Folsom Nightclub
1/27 & 1/28: Lettuce at The Fillmore
Find additional San Francisco concerts in January by clicking on the links below.
1/18: REO Speedwagon at the San Jose Civic
1/18: Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour at Zellerback Hall in Berkeley
1/27 & 1/28: Yonder Mountain String Band at Fright & Salvage in Berkeley
1/28 & 1/29: J.I.D. & Smino at the Fox Theater
In addition to these San Francisco concerts in January, you will also find some great shows all around the SF Bay Area. Click the links below to jump down to all concerts in each city this month.
Ticketmaster: One of the first places to look for tickets is on Ticketmaster. They offer a large selection of tickets for San Francisco concerts in January at venues all around town. Find tickets.
TicketNetwork: In addition, if you are looking for better seats or tickets to sold out shows, check out the selection on TicketNetwork. I use them quite a bit for concerts and sporting events and have always had a great experience. They are a third party reseller site and offer a huge selection of tickets all around SF. Find tickets here.
Address: Mission Bay Blocks 29-32
Public Transit: KT (Mission Rock or UCSF/Mission Bay stops)
Address: 99 Grove Street near City Hall
Public Transit: BART to Civic Center, Muni to Van Ness, Buses 6, 7, 9, 21, 47, 49
Address: 1111 California Street
Public Transit: California Cable Car, Bus #1
Address: 982 Market Street
Public Transit: BART to Powell Street, Muni to Powell Street, Buses 6, 7, 9, 21
Address: 1805 Geary Boulevard
Public Transit: Buses 22 & 38
Address: 628 Divisadero
Capacity: ~400, standing room only
Public Transit: Buses 5, 21, and 24
Musicals: Each January, you will find several musicals on stage all around SF. Performances include Broadway award winning productions such as Wicked and The Lion King. You will also find locally written productions as well as regional premiers. Check out this month's calendar of a full list of what's on stage this month. See this month's calendar of musicals.
SF Jazz Center: If you love jazz, don't miss your chance to head over to the SF Jazz Center this month. Almost every night of the week, you will find at least one show on stage. Click the link below for more details. Visit their site for this month's calendar.
SF Symphony: You will find additional San Francisco concerts in January with the SF Symphony. This month, they perform several shows at the Davies Symphony Hall in the Civic Center District. Find this month's calendar.
In January, you will find some additional shows all around the SF Bay Area. The outdoor concert venues are closed during the rainy season, but you will still find some great options in Berkeley, Oakland, and San Jose. Here are just some of the top options.
In addition to these great San Francisco concerts in January, you will also find plenty of other fun things to do. Here are just a few of the best options this month.
SF Sketchfest: One of the largest and best comedy festivals is this month in San Francisco. SF Sketchfest includes more than two weeks of improv, skits, and comedians on stage all around SF. Find out more here.
Golden State Warriors: Catch a Golden State Warriors game this month in Oakland. See them live in action at the Oracle Arena more than a half dozen times this month. Find details for attending a game and ticketing information.
Free Things to Do: You will also find several fun, free things to do this month. My list of the 25 best free things to do in January include attractions such as Twin Peaks, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Painted Ladies. You will also find free activities and more. Find my full list here.