|Jan 22||7:00 PM||One Ok Rock||Find Tickets|
|Jan 28||7:30 PM||Less Than Jake and Pepper||Find Tickets|
|Jan 29||7:00 PM||Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls with The Arkells||Find Tickets|
|Feb 4||9:00 PM||Chris Tucker||Find Tickets|
|Feb 10||9:00 PM||Sarah Silverman||Find Tickets|
|Feb 11||6:00 PM||Falling in Reverse||Find Tickets|
|Feb 17||7:00 PM||D V B B S||Get Details|
|Feb 17||8:00 PM||DVBBS||Find Tickets|
|Feb 18||7:30 PM||Galactic||Find Tickets|
|Feb 19||8:00 PM||B1A4||Find Tickets|
The Warfield Theatre San Francisco, also known more simply as The Warfield San Francisco, is a music venue located in the heart of this Northern California city. With a seating capacity of 2,250, the Warfield San Francisco provides a semi-intimate setting for performers and fans alike.The Warfield San Francisco originally opened on May 13, 1922, when it was known as the Loews Warfield (and later Fox Warfield). During the Warfield San Francisco’s early years, it was a hot spot for vaudeville acts. Then, in the 1980s, the Warfield San Francisco became a temporary home-of-sorts to the band, the Grateful Dead. In total, the band played 15 sold-out shows on the Warfield schedule.And that tradition of hosting the biggest names in music, carries on at The Warfield San Francisco to this day. Nirvana, U2, Bob Dylan, The Killers, and The Ramones are just a few of those featured on the Warfield schedule in the past.For all the latest news and up-to-date information on what's on at The Warfield San Francisco, make Eventful your source, and check out the Warfield schedule above.
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