Apr 15, 2021
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Jun 22, 2021
Jason Isbell with Billy Strings
Jul 23 - 24, 2021
April 15, 2021
Icelandic blues rockers Kaleo formed in Reykjavik when the band members were just 17 years old, choosing to emigrate to the states after signing to Atlantic records in 2015. Inspired by their new home base of Austin, Texas, the folk-rock quartet infuse the gritty sounds of Americana with a driving indie-pop aesthetic. Don't miss them as they hit the road on tour!
May 1, 2021
Grammy-award nominated industrial rock titans Ministry are taking thing way back in 2020 as they take to the road with KMFDM and Front Line Assembly on the Industrial Strength tour, recreating their infamous line up in celebration of their debut album The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste clocking up an impressive 30 years!
May 14, 2021
Hailing from Los Angeles, boundary-pushing quartet Chicano Batman have been expanding consciousnesses and opening the doors of sonic perception ever since they formed in 2008. Fusing fizzy West Coast psychedelia with tropicalia and 60s/70s soul, the outfit has released four albums to date, with the most recent being 2020's Invisible People. Catch this latest material on the album supporting North American tour this summer!
June 22, 2021
This spectacular live concert features music from all 14 Pink Floyd studio albums plus a dazzling new light and laser show. Employing projections and animations, it sheds some light on the history of this iconic group and the differing egos and ideas of its members. Highly acclaimed, this is more than just a tribute act!
July 23 - 24, 2021
Hailing from Alabama, singer-songwriter Jason Isbell has enjoyed a hugely successful solo career since his departure from fellow genre heavyweights Drive-By Truckers in 2007. Along with his band, The 400 Unit, the celebrated country rocker bagged four Grammy Awards for his gritty Americana-infused sound. With seven studio albums to his name, Isbell now presents his latest work Reunions on tour with up and coming bluegrass muso Billy Strings.
982 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94012
Situated in the heart of San Francisco's Market District. The Warfield started life as a vaudeville theater, named by chain owner Marcus Loew, for his friend, silent movie actor David Warfield. As vaudeville died out, it turned into a movie palace until 1979, it became a concert hall thanks to a fortnight-long run of Bob Dylan concerts! It is now operated by Goldenvoice, who many will know as the founders of both Stagecoach and Coachella music festivals.
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