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by Jill Loeffler •
Updated: November 2, 2022
San Francisco concerts in November 2022 include several shows at the Nob Hill Masonic Center, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, and the Warfield.
Top artists this month include Carrie Underwood & Jimmie Allen, Arcade Fire, Grupo Niche, The Millennium Tour: Bow Wow, Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd & Bobby, and more.
You will also find some larger shows in Oakland, Berkeley, San Jose, and other venues around the SF Bay Area.
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Here are some of the top San Francisco concerts in November at top venues around town. Click the links for ticketing information.
11/1 and 11/2: Glassjaw at The Great American Music Hall
11/5: Alison Wonderland at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
11/12: Lizzo & Latto at the Chase Center
11/15: Smashing Pumpkins and Jane's Addiction at the Chase Center
11/16: Tegan and Sara at The Fillmore
11/18 and 11/19: The Flaming Lips at the Warfield
11/19 and 11/20: Arcade Fire at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
11/19: Carrie Underwood & Jimmie Allen at Chase Center
11/19: Morrissey at the Castro Theatre
11/28: The Lemonheads at The Great American Music Hall
11/29: A John Waters Christmas at The Great American Music Hall
11/29: The 1975 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
>> More events in SF in November
Click these links for a list of San Francisco concerts in November for each venue listed below.
11/6: Zac Brown Band at the Oakland Arena
11/9: Jeff Beck at the San Jose Civic Center
11/12: Grupo Niche at Zellerbach Hall
11/20: Wisin Y Yandel at the Oakland Arena
11/30: Zoe at the San Jose Civic
You will also find many great concert venues all around the SF Bay Area. Click the links below to find a list of top SF Bay Area concerts.
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 won't find many options on Thanksgiving night, but you will find several great concerts in San Francisco and around the bye during November this weekend. Here are some of the top picks by date.
11/25 and 11/26: TrueAnon at The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco
11/26: Yuridia at the San Jose Civic
11/26: Vienna Boys Choir at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley
11/27: The Millennium Tour: Bow Wow, Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd & Bobby at the Oakland Arena
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If you are looking for tickets to San Francisco concerts in November, one of your best options is to find them on Ticketmaster. They offer many first run tickets to shows all around SF.
>> Find tickets for all shows in November
An additional place to look for tickets is on TicketLiquidator. This is where you will find reseller tickets. It's the perfect place to look for sold out San Francisco concerts in November or for better seats than what is available on the first run sites.
>> Find tickets to November concerts on TicketLiquidator
Address: Mission Bay Blocks 29-32
Public Transit: KT (Mission Rock or UCSF/Mission Bay stops)
Address: 99 Grove Street near City Hall
Public Transit: BART to Civic Center, Muni to Van Ness, Buses 6, 7, 9, 21, 47, 49
>> More about shows at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Address: 1111 California Street
Public Transit: California Cable Car, Bus #1
>> More about shows at the Masonic in Nob Hill
Address: 982 Market Street
Public Transit: BART to Powell Street, Muni to Powell Street, Buses 6, 7, 9, 21
>> Additional details to see a show at the Warfield
Address: 1805 Geary Boulevard
Public Transit: Buses 22 & 38
>> Find details to see a show at the Fillmore
Address: 628 Divisadero
Capacity: ~400, standing room only
Public Transit: Buses 5, 21, and 24
An additional place to listen to music this month is at the SF Opera. In November, they offer a few performances including classic such as The Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, The Magic Flute and more.
>> This month's calendar of SF Opera performances
The SF Jazz Center is another place for top San Francisco concerts in November. You will find performances most nights. The Jazz Center is near the Civic Center at 201 Franklin St.
>> Visit their site for this month's calendar
The SF Symphony also takes the stage several nights a week in November. You can listen to classic music like Mendelssohn & Mozart, the Sound and Fury: Beethoven 9, as well as specials such as the Dia del los Muertos.
San Francisco attracts some of the top Broadway musicals each year to its Orpheum and Golden Gate Theaters. You can see shows such as The Lion King, Wicked, Hamilton and others. Each month, you will usually find two different Broadway shows on stage. In addition, there are also several other musicals on smaller stages around town.
>> See this month's calendar of musicals
In addition to these San Francisco concerts in November, you will find many other fun things to do this month in SF and the Bay Area. Here are just a few to get you started with your planning.
Visit with Santa: This November, don't miss your chance to see Santa at one of several locations around San Francisco. He makes stops at key places such as Pier 39, the Fairmont in Nob Hill, Macy's in Union Square, and Westfield Mall in downtown. Find details here.
Holiday Lights Ceremonies: Check out some of the top tree lighting and holiday events this month around SF. This is the month when many attractions, business and towns in the SF Bay kick off their holiday celebrations. Find a calendar here.
More Fun Things to Do in November: In addition to these San Francisco concerts in November, you will also find dozens of other fun things to do all month long. Check out my list of the 50+ options from holiday lights tours to cruises around the bay. More here.
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