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San Francisco concerts in June 2020 include Tanya Tucker at the Fillmore and The Flaming Lips at the Warfield.
Other performances this month include Hall and Oates, KT Tunstall & Squeeze at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Bon Jovi & Bryan Adams at the SAP Center in San Jose, and Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms & Toad The Wet Sprocket at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga.
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In addition to some of the top San Francisco concerts in June listed above, you will also find dozens of others shows all month long. Click the links below to scroll down for additional shows at each venue.
The list above is just a handful of the great shows around the SF Bay in June. Click the links below for additional artists on stage this month.
Ticketmaster: This is always a good place to find tickets. They offer first run tickets and do have a few resellers if you need tickets to a sold out event. Check tickets for San Francisco concerts in June.
StubHub: One of my favorite places to search for tickets to San Francisco concerts in June is on StubHub. They are a well regarded 3rd party reseller. They are a great place to find tickets to sold out concerts or even just to get better seats. Find their tickets here.
Get calendars of additional San Francisco concerts in June by venue below.
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Public Transit: Buses: 9, 12, 47; BART to Civic Center (about 1/2 mile from this stop to Slim's)
Stern Grove: The annual Stern Grove festival offers free San Francisco concerts in June. All shows are on Sunday afternoon at 2pm and the festival starts in mid to late June every year. Find out more about this year's event.
SF Symphony: Our Symphony is a world class company with more than a dozen shows each month. Catch a classic performance or one of their modern shows such as their movie score nights. More about this month's shows.
Union Street Festival: The Union Street Festival offers free live music over the first weekend in June each year. This event also includes craft vendors as well as local food and beverages. It's always a fun event in the Marina District each year. Find out about this year's event.
North Beach Festival: The North Beach Festival is another place to catch some free live music. This one is usually over Father's Day weekend and offers two full days of fun. Find out about this year's event.
In addition to our top San Francisco concerts in June, you will also find some great shows around the SF Bay. Top live music options for June include Berkeley, Oakland, San Jose, Saratoga, and Mountain View.
Street Fairs: In addition to San Francisco concerts in June, you will also find free live music at one of our many street fairs. This month, you can enjoy free entertainment at the Haight Street Fair, the North Beach Festival, the Union Street Festival, and more. Click here for a full list of street fairs this month in SF.
Pride Parade & Festival: One of the largest street fairs this month is the Pride Parade and Festival. This two day event features live music, dancing in the streets, and one of the most colorful parades in San Francisco. Click here for details on this year's festival.
Giants Baseball: If you love baseball, then head over to Oracle Park (formerly AT&T Park) to see the SF Giants in action. In June, you get the chance to catch one of almost a dozen games. Click here for this year's schedule.
All June Events: Are you looking for more fun activities this month in SF? If so, then head over to the June events calendar. In addition to concerts and festivals, you will find information on SF's top theater performances, wine tasting events, and other fun things to do. Check out the June calendar here.
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