People tend to check in during these times:
Home Alone with orchestra is fantastic
The symphony with Disney. Sadly dissapointing. More like a kids pantomime
Wear semi/formal/casual but breathable clothing, as it may get relatively warm inside.
Be sure to order your intermission drinks at the bar before the show.
Pre-order food & beverage online for pre-show or intermission!
Si andas de visita en al ciudad, vale la pena revisar el programa de la sinfónica. Un lugar increíble!!!! Bello!!! Y la sinfónica es espectacular 😊
PIXAR IN CONCERT is perfect!!
Two cocktails and a bottle of water was 30 bucks. Go to the bars in the neighborhood before.
Listen and enjoy!
Probably the best seatingnof any "theatre" in San Francisco.
Save the date and join us for Chinese New Year.
All the seats are great here!
You can pre-order your intermission drink before the show.
One of the best venues here in San Francisco when you're looking for a place to enjoy classical symphonic music
Go to opening night and stay for the after party!
Order your drinks before the concert starts. Or, book to the bar once the lights come up at intermission.
38 muni picks up and drops off across the street
Terrace seats are great for programs that don't feature soloists. Otherwise, sit in the main theater, as you won't be able to hear the solo.
Ticket sale for winter concerts starting at just $20. Offer is through Jan 24th.
the bathrooms on lower floor near Hayes/VanNess are rarely crowded
Loge seats are fantastic! Grab a pre-symphony @ Absinthe.
Following select concerts, stick around for Davies After Hours and enjoy a cocktail more good music
"Sing Out!, Davies", it's really nice event. Will join next time again.
During intermission, check out the balcony on the top floor. Gorgeous view up & down Van Ness Ave at night.
$15 tickets in the center terrace for most concerts! Bargain!
Michael Tilson Thomas is a god. MTT conducting anything = pure magic
Don't sit on the top floor if you're afraid of heights...it may make you feel a tad dizzy/queasy.
Beautiful venue and a great place for a reception afterwards.
Go for tickets in the second tier. They are great seats and it's a heck of a stair work out to get all the way up there.
Afterward, go to doors at either end of lobby and take the stairs. It's not fancy, but metal evacuation stairs are the fastest way out to Grove or Van Ness. (It's fully allowed.)
Take a tour of the hall. Tours are offered for $5 every Monday (except holidays), every hour on the hour, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Just $3 for seniors & students. Call 415-552-8338.
Free Sennheiser listening devices are available for the hearing-impaired, free of charge (at the coat check room).
Ever wonder what those seats facing the conductor are like? Easy enough to check 'em out - they're only $15 and available for most concerts (if it's a choral work, the chorus uses the terrace).
Volunteer! The Symphony is always seeking enthusiastic volunteers, and it's a great group of people. Call 415-503-5500 and tell 'em you're interested.
Rush tickets ($20) are available for some concerts. Call the hotline number: 415-503-5577
Order a yummy cocktail at the bar just before the concert starts, and the bartender will have it ready for you when intermission starts.