San Francisco concerts in July 2020 include The GoGo's at the Masonic Auditorium, Phish at the Chase Center and Hella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer & The Interrupters at Oracle Park. You can also see Monsta X at the SAP Center in San Jose, Foreigner, Kansas & Europe at the Shoreline in Mountain View, and Old Dominion & Carly Pearce at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley.
Read on for a full live music calendar this month in SF and the Bay Area.
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Click the links below for ticketing information for all San Francisco concerts in July.
7/12: The GoGo's at the Masonic Auditorium
7/21: Hella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer & The Interrupters at Oracle Park
7/25 & 7/26: Phish at the Chase Center
7/30 & 7/31: Pink Martini and the SF Symphony at Davis Symphony Hall
Click these links to quickly scroll down for a full list of San Francisco concerts in July as these venues.
Find tickets for these top shows around the San Francisco Bay Area.
7/6: Monsta X at the SAP Center in San Jose
7/14: Foreigner, Kansas & Europe at the Shoreline in Mountain View
7/16: Old Dominion & Carly Pearce at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley
7/31: Thomas Rhett & Cole Swindell at the Shoreline in Mountain View
You will find a few online vendors with a great selection of tickets for San Francisco venues.
Ticketmaster has a variety of tickets for top venues around SF including the Warfield, the Fillmore and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Another place I always look for tickets to San Francisco concerts in July is on TicketLiquidator. They are perfect for anyone seeking tickets to sold out shows or for better tickets to shows that are almost sold out.
One of the biggest jazz festivals in the US every year is the Fillmore Jazz Festival. This event is always the first weekend on July in SF's Pacific Heights district.
Another popular festival this month is the Salsa Festival on the Fillmore. If you love salsa music, stop by for this year's event. They also offer dance lessons and workshops.
A fun, free way to see San Francisco concerts in July is at Union Square Live! You will find live concerts and performances every Sunday afternoon and Wednesday evening from May to September.
Every Sunday at 2pm, head over to Stern Grove for their free concerts in the park. Each week, you will find a new set of performers. Past acts include Kool and the Gang, Boz Scaggs, and local groups. In addition, the SF Symphony performs one concert each July.
Another summer festival with live music is the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. They feature several free shows each week in the SOMA District.
Address: 333 11th Street
Public Transit: Buses: 9, 12, 47; BART to Civic Center (about 1/2 mile from this stop to Slim's)
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In addition to these San Francisco concerts in July, you will find some great concert venues all around the Bay Area. You will find large venues in Oakland, Berkeley, and San Jose as well as other cities all around the Bay.
Here are the top concerts all around the SF Bay Area this July.
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In addition to San Francisco concerts in July, you will find numerous other fun events this month in SF. Here are just a few of my favorites.
All July Events: Are you looking for additional events this July? If so, then check out my full calendar for the month. It includes additional festivals, street fairs, and other events throughout this month all around SF. Click here to check it out today.
Things to Do in July: Once you find the best San Francisco concerts in July, make sure to check out some of the other top things to do this month. Click here to discover my list of the 50+ best things to do each July.
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