San Francisco concerts in July 2023 include shows at the Masonic Auditorium, the Chase Center and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. You will also find shows at the Warfield, The Independent, and the Great American Music Hall.
My calendar also includes top shows in San Jose, Berkeley, and around the Bay Area.
Read on for a full live music calendar this month in SF and the Bay Area.
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These are most of the all San Francisco concerts in July.
7/1: Alesso at The Midway, find tickets
7/6: Ruel at the Warfield, find tickets
7/14- 7/16: Dead & Company at Oracle Park, find tickets
7/18: Jimmy Eat World & Manchester Orchestra at The Masonic, find tickets
7/22: Paramore & Foals at the Chase Center, find tickets
7/26: Tori Amos at The Masonic, find tickets
7/29: Little Feat at the Warfield, find tickets
7/30: Bryan Adams & Joan Jett and the Black Hearts at the Chase Center, find tickets
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7/5: Fall Out Boy, Bring Me The Horizon, Royal, and The Serpent & Daisy Grenade at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, find tickets
7/9: TLC, Shaggy, En Vogue & Sean Kingston at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, find tickets
7/9: Nickelback, Brantley Gilbert & Josh Ross at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, find tickets
7/14 & 7/15: Black Tiger Sex Machine at the San Jose Civic in San Jose, find tickets
7/19: Jason Mraz at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, find tickets
7/25: Tori Amos at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, find tickets
In addition to the San Francisco concerts in October, you will also find great live music venues all around the SF Bay Area. Here are just a few of the top locations. Click the links for a schedule of top shows in each city.
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.
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: Mission Bay Blocks 29-32
Public Transit: KT (Mission Rock or UCSF/Mission Bay stops)
The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is a concert and events venue that holds around 8,000 people. It's situated right next to City Hall in San Francisco's Civic Center District. You will find both general admission and reserved seating at this venue.
If it's general admission, then you will find standing room only on the main floor with first come, first served seating in the balcony.
It's easy to access this venue via public transportation on BART (using the Civic Center stop), F streetcar, or on the 6, 7, 9, or 21 buses.
The Masonic is a multi-use venue at the top of San Francisco's Nob Hill district. They feature several concerts, comedians and other performers throughout the year. Performances here are either general admission or assigned seating.
You will find plenty of high-end restaurants nearby. It holds around 3,100 people and is easily accessible using the California Cable Car or the #1 Bus.
The Warfield is a popular, historic venue along San Francisco's Market Street. Concerts here are either general admission or reserved seating.
The venue has the capacity for around 2,300 people and I love this venue for live music.
To get here, you can take BART to Powell Street, Muni to Powell Street or use buses 6, 7, 9.
The Fillmore is a famous venue in the Western Addition district. It offers both general admission and assigned seating shows.
You will find several live music performances each week here. It holds around 1,100 people and is easy to access using the 22 or 38 buses.
Another small, but wonderful concert venue in San Francisco is The Independent. It's a standing room only venue that fits around 400 people for each show.
It's along the popular Divisadero corridor with more than a dozen local shops, restaurants, and bars. You can access this venue using the 5, 21 or 24 buses.
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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.
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.
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