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San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco ranks high on most people’s must-see lists thanks to icons like the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island, but it’s also a prime spot to see thrilling concerts, passionate sports, and innovative theater. Watch the greatest rivalry in major league baseball as the San Francisco Giants play 9 innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers at AT&T Park or watch Justin Timberlake bring down the house at the Golden 1 Center. Whatever your interests, the City by the Bay has a diversity of tickets to keep you entertained.

Rich Sports Landscape

San Francisco is home to many highly-ranked professional and college sports teams who enjoy competitive rivalries with each other. Get some hoop action at the SAP Center with the city’s beloved Golden State Warriors (affectionately known by locals as the W’s or Dubs). With a slew of NBA championships, including in 2018, Warriors tickets sell fast. You can get another shot of NBA basketball at the Golden 1 Center, where the Kings hold court. The intense rivalry between the University of California Golden Bears and the Stanford Cardinals also makes for thrilling men’s basketball at Memorial Stadium and women’s basketball at Haas Pavilion and Maples Pavilion.

Baseball fans race to get tickets to see the San Francisco Giants, whose storied past includes players like “Say Hey Kid” Willie May. Both the Giants and their cross-Bay rivals, the Oakland Athletics, are fixtures in the SF Bay area, with more than 2 dozen World Series championships between them, spanning the years from 1905 to 2014. If you prefer prolate spheroids to diamonds, head to Levi’s Stadium to watch the San Francisco 49ers play football against their neighbors and rivals, the Oakland Raiders. Get your college football on with the California Golden Bears and the Stanford Cardinals.

Concerts & Comedy

San Francisco’s rich musical history includes legends like Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead, and today it attracts the most popular and talented performers. When the Kings leave the Golden 1 Center court, musicians like Justin Timberlake, Pink and Metallica transform it into a rockin’ music arena. AT&T Park hosts artists like Ed Sheeran, while the Foo Fighters and Shakira light up SAP Center. After you bring sexy back with Justin Timberlake, check out SF’s best comedians at Cobb’s Comedy Club and Punch Line Comedy Club, where comedy-artists like Ron Funches and Dan Soder ply San Franciscans with hilarious anecdotes. Top off your night with dinner or a drink from a hip local restaurant. (Historic factoid: San Fran claims invention of both the martini and the Mai Tai.)

Historic Theater & Fine Arts

A hub for the arts, San Francisco’s world-class theater scene boasts classic and fresh Broadway musicals in newly-renovated, historic theaters. Get tickets to see Hamilton or Miss Saigon at the Orpheum Theatre, a designated landmark since 1926 with a beautiful vaulted ceiling and intricately carved facade. Other historic theaters like the Curran Theatre offer acclaimed, envelope-pushing shows like Dear Evan Hansen. For a more classic experience, head to the Beaux Arts-style War Memorial Opera House, which features a grand entrance hall, sweeping staircases, and San Francisco Opera performances of pieces like Carmen and It’s a Wonderful Life. The enchanting city of San Francisco presents a myriad of things to do for every type of traveler.

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