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San Francisco Concerts in May 2020 include Michael Buble at the Chase Center, Mandy Moore at the Warfield, and Sturgill Simpson & Tyler Childers at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. You can also catch Russ at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, Niall Horan at the SAP Center in San Jose, and Journey and the Pretenders at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View.
You also won't want to miss one of the biggest music festivals in the area this month, Bottlerock in Napa. This three-day event features top artists such as Imagine Dragons, Pharrell Williams, Neil Young + The Promise of the Real, Mumford & Sons, Santanta and several others.
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Check out the top San Francisco concerts in May 2020.
In addition to the top shows above, you will find dozens of other San Francisco concerts in May at venues around down. Click the links to scroll down to more shows this month in SF.
You will also find some great shows all around the SF Bay Area. Top picks are in large venues such as the SAP Center in San Jose, the Oracle Arena in Oakland, and the Greek Theater in Berkeley. These are just some of my top picks this month.
In addition to these top picks, you will also find other great shows around the Bay Area. Find these at these locations around the Bay.
There are a variety of places to find tickets to San Francisco concerts in May. Here are a few I recommend.
Ticketmaster: They are a good option to buy first run tickets and sell tickets at face value. They have a large inventory. The downside is that they do have a service fee for all purchases. Find tickets for San Francisco concerts in May on Ticketmaster.
Seat Geek: Another option to find great tickets is Seat Geek. Their color coded tool shows you which tickets are the best deals, so you can decide which tickets are the best for you. Visit Seat Geek to search for great tickets for San Francisco.
You will find several San Francisco concerts in May at each venue. Find top options below.
Address: 333 11th Street
Public Transit: Buses: 9, 12, 47; BART to Civic Center (about 1/2 mile from this stop to Slim's)
Carnaval Festival: If you love Salsa music, then head over to the Mission District this May for the annual Carnaval Festival. This 2-day street fair offers hours of free music and dancing in the streets. It's the Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend every year.
SF Symphony: Another place to find San Francisco concerts in May is with the SF Symphony. They offer almost a dozen shows a month. Their performances range from classics to movie scores.
SF Jazz Center: Our new jazz center is another place to find great San Francisco concerts in May. They have more than one stage with a performance or two every night of the week.
Other top cities around the SF Bay also have great concert venues. This month, three cities have some great shows for music lovers.
In addition to San Francisco concerts in May, you will also find a variety of other fun events this month. They include festivals, street fairs, and holiday activities.
Mother's Day: Celebrate Mom this year in San Francisco. On my insider's guide, you will find recommendations for brunch, lunch, or dinner. You will also find special cruises around the SF Bay, fun places to take her on her special day, and a few tips to save. Click here for details.
Memorial Day Weekend: Memorial Day Weekend is a wonderful time to visit San Francisco. The weekend features the large Carnaval festival, a variety of cruises around the bay, and several places to pay your respects on Memorial Day. Click here for information on visiting SF during Memorial Day Weekend.
May Events Calendar: Are you looking for additional fun activities on May in SF? Click here for a look at this month's full calendar of events!
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