San Francisco Concerts in March 2024

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by Jill Loeffler  •

Updated: February 29, 2024

Discover a full schedule of San Francisco concerts in March 2024. On this page, you will find shows at both the largest venues in SF, as well as many of the small, independent spots.

Top venues in San Francisco include the Chase Center, the Warfield, and the Fillmore. You will also find shows around the SF Bay area at places such as the Oakland Arena, SAP Center, and at Freight and Salvage in Berkeley. 

Concerts at August Hall in San Francisco

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Top San Francisco Concerts in March

Discover the top San Francisco concerts in March. You will find ticketing information for all performances here.

3/1 & 3/2: Bad Bunny at the Chase Center

3/1 & 3/2: The Wood Brothers at The Fillmore

3/6: G. Love and Special Sauce at The Independent

3/8: Cat Power at the Herbst Theatre

3/9: Raffaella at Cafe Du Nord

3/10: Warren Zeiders at the Warfield

3/15: Typhoon at the Great American Music Hall

3/16: Mania - The ABBA Tribute at the Palace of Fine Arts

3/16: Lany at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

3/21: Chelsea Cutler at The Masonic

3/22: Umphrey's McGee at The Warfield

3/28 & 3/31: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band at The Chase Center

>> More events in SF this March

>> March festival calendar

Additional Shows at Top SF Venues

In addition to the top San Francisco concerts in March listed above, you will find additional shows at each of our top venues. Click the links below to scroll down and find more shows this month.

Top Bay Area Concerts in March

You will also find some great concerts this month all around the SF Bay Area. Here are just a few of the top shows.

3/1: Nicki Minaj at the Oakland Arena

3/2: Paquita La Del Barrio at SAP Center

3/15: Reverend Horton Heat, Dale Watson, & Jason D. Williams at The Ritz in San Jose

3/16: Ive at the Oakland Arena

3/28: The Love Hard Tour: Keyshia Cole, Trey Songz & Jaheim at the Oakland Arena

3/30: Don Omar at the SAP Center in San Jose

Saint Patrick's Day Concerts in San Francisco

Saint Patrick's Day falls on a Sunday this year. Here are just some of the top concerts on March 16 & 17 in San Francisco.

3/16: Mania - The ABBA Tribute at the Palace of Fine Arts at 6 pm and 9:30 pm, find tickets

3/16: Lany at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium at 8 pm, find tickets

>> Find tickets for all shows on March 17

>> More things to do for Saint Patrick's Day

SF Bay Area Concerts in March by City

Three of the best places in the SF Bay area to find great concerts in March are Berkeley, Oakland, and San Jose. They all feature both large and small venues with both local and internationally recognized acts. Click the links to scroll down and see their schedules of concerts for March.

Tickets for San Francisco Concerts in March

There are several locations to find tickets for San Francisco concerts in March. I usually check out these two first.

Ticketmaster: You will find tickets to most San Francisco concerts in March on Ticketmaster. They work directly with venues to sell tickets to their shows. Find tickets here on Ticketmaster.

Ticketliquidator: If a show is sold out or popular, you can also find great resale tickets on Ticketliquidator. They have a huge selection of tickets and have a money back guarantee if you aren't satisfied with your purchase. Find tickets for March on Ticketliquidator.

San Francisco Concerts in March by Venue

You will find San Francisco concerts in March at top venues such as the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the Masonic Center, and the Fillmore. Find a full list of upcoming shows below.

Chase Center

The Chase Center is a large events venue that holds up to 18,000 for concerts. It's located in the Mission Bay Area with easy access to the venue on public transportation using Muni's T light rail train.

You will also find plenty of food and drink vendors both around the arena and inside.

>> More about seeing a show at the Chase Center

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 

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.

>> Tips to see a show at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Masonic Auditorium at Nob Hill Masonic Center

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. 

>> More about shows at the Masonic in Nob Hill


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.

>> Additional details to see a show at the Warfield


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. 

>> Find details to see a show at the Fillmore

The Independent

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. 

Other Places to Listen to Live Music in SF

SF Symphony: The SF Symphony offers a number of San Francisco concerts in March. You can listen to classic performances as well as have fun with their movie score shows. Find a full calendar here.

SF Jazz Center: The SF Jazz Center is another one of my favorite spots for concerts in SF. They have several stages with a number of shows each week. Visit their site to check out their calendar of upcoming performances.

Musicals: If you love Broadway shows, then check out the upcoming theater performances. You will find top shows at the Orpheum and Golden Gate Theaters. You can also see smaller productions at places such as the Victoria and Alcazar theaters. Find a full calendar of upcoming musicals here.

San Francisco Concerts by Month













Bay Area Concerts by City



San Jose

More Fun Things to Do in March

In addition to the dozens of San Francisco concerts in March, you will also find a variety of other fun activities and events this month. Here are some of the most popular.

St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival: One of the biggest events this month is the large St. Patrick's Day celebration. It's always held on a Saturday. It features a two-hour long parade and a fun day-long festival with live music, dancing, food, and more. Click here for more details about this annual event.

Bay Area Brew Fest: Another fun event this month is the Bay Area Brew Fest. Every year, they serve up some of the best San Francisco and Bay Area Brews. You will find dozens of options to try. Your ticket includes unlimited samples during this event.

Comedy Shows in SF: Almost every night of the week, you will find a comedy show scheduled in SF. San Francisco has a large comedy community and the city attracts big name performers from around the world. We also have several local comedians that perform several nights a week. Click here for the current schedule for this March.

All Events in March: In addition to everything listed above, you will find dozens of other fun events and things to do this month in SF. Click here to check out this month's calendar

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