|Nov 26||8:00 PM||Doobie Decibel System opening for New Riders of the Purple Sage||Get Details|
|Nov 26||8:00 PM||New Riders of The Purple Sage||Find Tickets|
|Nov 28||9:00 PM||Jamestown Revival||Find Tickets|
|Nov 29||8:00 PM||A John Waters Christmas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 1||8:00 PM||Angel Olsen (full band)||Find Tickets|
|Dec 2||7:30 PM||Gaby Moreno||Get Details|
|Dec 3||8:00 PM||Horse Feathers||Find Tickets|
|Dec 4||8:00 PM||Jonathan Richman||Find Tickets|
|Dec 10||8:00 PM||My Brightest Diamond||Find Tickets|
|Dec 12||8:00 PM||Blues Against Blindness – A Benefit for Seva||Get Details|
The Great American Music Hall has been serving the San Francisco community since 1907. The Great American Music Hall San Francisco features two full-service bars, a kitchen, a spacious dance floor and hi-tech sound and lighting systems. The Great American Music Hall is currently the oldest running nightclub in the area. Although old, San Franciscoâs Great American Music Hall has more charm and elegance than many of the venues found in the Bay Area. With grand marble columns, ornate frescoes and elaborate balconies, no other venue in the area can compete with the beauty found at the Great American Music Hall.
San Franciscoâs Great American Music Hall is more than just looks. Aside from the aesthetics, the Great American Music Hall schedule has featured top of the line performers. The Great American Music Hall schedule has welcomed legendary acts like Duke Ellington and the Grateful Dead. More contemporary performances from artists like Justin Nozuka, Snow Patrol, Gavin DeGraw and Lauryn Hill have also been featured on the Great American Music Hall schedule. Visit the Great American Music Hall schedule for more information on the venueâs upcoming shows and events.
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