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Venue Type Theater
Hours Box Office: Sunday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM Open 90 minutes prior to all shows
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

The Warfield

982 Market St., San Francisco, CA, 94102
(415) 345-0900

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The Warfield
982 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 345-0900
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King Diamond
King Diamond
Hail Satan! Or at the very least King Diamond. The former frontman of the influential metal act Mercyful Fate, and leader of his own self-titled solo project, is an avowed follower of the late Church of Satan founder Anton Lavey, and uses considerable occult imagery in his music and stage shows....
Casey Veggies
Casey Veggies
Casey "Casey Veggies" Jones may be young but he definitely knows the value of prioritizing. Although this 90's baby (born July 18, 1993) came into high school with hoop dreams, playing shooting guard for Inglewood High School's Sentinels, the L....
Kreayshawn
Kreayshawn
Born Natassia Zolot, the San Francisco, California-based rapper and director is better known by her stage name, Kreayshawn. The daughter of Elka Zolot, guitarist for the famous Bay Area garage-punk band the Trashwomen, Zolot got her start in music after attending the Berkeley Digital Film Institute by directing music videos for the Based God himself, Lil B....
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USER REVIEWS
Jun 21, 2008 - ethan
The mystical cavern of music

I love this place. It's like some gothic cathedral of rock. It is genuinely huge, in all three dimensions; actually, in four, as its truly historic timeline is well laid out via the many posters going back to the 60s of performers who've been there before. It's the opposite of intimate; it's ethereal and wonderful.

Feb 28, 2008 - zbrock

The Warfield is the best venue I've seen a show at so far in San Francisco. The building itself is really cool, an old converted theater, with a lot of the original detail work intact. I liked that I could stand out in the lobby with friends at the bar while we waited for the opening act to finish before going in and finding our seats in the balcony. If you're more into General Admission, they've got a big open floor on the ground level for you too. The acoustics and sightlines were all very good, and I really enjoyed the show I saw. The only downside is the sketchy neighborhood it's in.

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May 08, 2007 - cerebralmining
Something for everyone

The Fillmore may be more storied as far as SF venues go, but for my money there's no better spot than the Warfield. Varied seating and standing spots make this a versatile venue, with historic operatic architecture moldings, and posters in the lobby. Balcony, tables, or 15 ft from your favorite performer - not a bad seat in this house.

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