People tend to check in during these times:
The San Francisco Bulls Pro Hockey Team is a member of the ECHL, and a proud affiliate of the San Jose Sharks.
When I was here there were no cows.
Spacious event area, I graduated at the cow palace. Very large and adequate for the event. I would go again!
I attended the Academy of Art University graduation there. It's not bad at all.
The Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show is a great family event! Get there early to avoid the crowds. Concessions are pricey but comparable to sporting events.
Great for sporting events, concerts and even graduation ceremonies
Get a picture with Rawhide, the Bulls' mascot. You'll LOVE it!
Say hi to the best staff in hockey! They'll treat you right.
Do not look for a cow.
FYI parking is cash only
Saw The Police in concert. Ghosts in the Machine
Always fun to watch
Gets the job done when the NHL decides to lockout. Might be tough to keep the team once the Sharks are back.
Expensive beer and parking. Rink is small, but great to have a venue that hosts hockey. Saves the trip of driving all the way to San Jose.
To get an orange foam puck close to the face off target, go down by the glass on the sides and toss it in. Good luck!
This place is a dump. Check out Stockton arena for real hockey.
I like sitting behind the bench a few rows up. I can see the game and the players. Works for me!
Best seats are section 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 25, 27. High enough to see stuff and no player benches blocking the action.
The 28th Republican presidential nominating convention was held July 13–16, 1964 at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Senator Barry M. Goldwater of Arizona was nominated for president.
The 26th Republican National Convention was held August 20–23, 1956 at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. President Dwight D. Eisenhower was re-nominated, and would go on to win the election.
It's got a big sign saying "Cow Palace" how cool is that?
These seats are comfy.
From the Dickens to graduations... They do everythang here!
It's only ECHL but I'm so excited to watch hockey games in such an old school arena!
Spot Evel Knievel's autograph behind the will call window.
The Doors performed an intimate set at the Cow Palace back in the summer of 1969.
Check this place out before its gone...there are lots of cool old photos of concerts held there posted in the hallways..
Come down and see Burney the Siberian husky in the south hall.
Farmer's market is small but very convenient