Transaction Net Ultimate Resources:
Music and Entertainment
- There's a booming Bay Area Underground Music Scene in addition to an
excellent Bay Area Local Music Scene.
- Steve Koepke's List is a love of labor. It's so extensive, however, that
it's sometimes hard to read. This page reformats it, making browsing much
- Here is an alphabetical (by venue) listing of current Concerts
in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- The Great American
Music Hall claims to be the oldest music hall in the city. They
consistently draw first-rate acts.
- For live jazz, Kimball's East and Yoshi's Nitespot have few rivals.
- Market Street's Café du Nord and the Mission's Elbo Room also attract good
- For a total sight and sound experience which might remind you of high
school, check out the Laserium laser-light show.
- Visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area looking for something more along
the lines of the 60s experience should not miss the Family Dog's shows at
the Maritime Hall. Although the bands vary from 60s greats to
reggae and rap acts, the psychedelic light shows are ever-present. Rock art
posters, gourmet organic food, and a mellow atmosphere are also part of the
- The Bay Movie
Guide is an up-to-date listing of what movies are playing when and
where throughout the all of the cities of the Larger Bay Area. It also
provides reviews and info on actors and various movie studios.
- Yahoo SFBay presents the Fabulous Pages, full of events listings geared to queer
people in San Francisco.
- TicketWeb allows you to reserve and order tickets online
(or by phone), without paying BASS-sized service charges.
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