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One of the preeminent concert and event venues in SF. Noted as a fine example of Scottish Rite architecture, the Regency Building was built in 1909. The Ballroom is a beaux-art treasure with thirty-five foot ceilings and twenty-two turn-of-the-century teardrop chandeliers.
Terrible sound system here - too much distortion at high volumes
Check your coat. It's a sauna in there.
Generally shitty sound, but they get some good shows.
Parking garage at the Holiday Inn on Van Ness is validated at the box office as you enter. They have a nice bar to catch a night cap and a snack before getting on the road for home.
Great place for events like school dances and such. 3 different venues at the regency center of varying size/ price
Sound quality was whack.
Nick&Knight - Jordan Knight & Nick Carter
Phone died so posting now! Lights let out with twonk fliers. 11/13 at 10 PM. - mars
Great location with easy MUNI access, although I usually walk to/from Civic Center. Lots of nearby food options &/or cocktails before a show, plus a few open late enough for a midnight snack.
Here's a tip: when the lights are down and the show's about to start DON'T take selfies with your flash!
Very bad sound. The room makes everything echoes. No way to ear the singer's lyrics
Another facility for proms and concert events
Cool concert hall
Nicely sized venue with easy seating and standing room. Great acts come through here all the time. Make sure to skip the service charge by getting tickets at the Warfield box office.
The third floor is really gorgeous, if you can ever find it open.
Great artists of all genres and a labyrinth of stages, one of my favorite venues in SF.
Try the balcony! The views are great and you should be able to find a seat.
Great venue! If you can get up to the balcony during a metal show it's a great area to just people watch.
FYI $16 for a pint of beer.
Awesome concert house
For some special events, the Grand Ballroom upstairs is open to VIPs. If you can make it up there it's magical to breathe the air where The Grateful Dead, The Doors, and Jefferson Airplane once played
Love to salsa dance
French Montana.....Don't stop pop that pop that....
Drinks are expensive! Bring a flask.
The Faint was epic, especially front/center against the gate.
One of my favorite venues in the city, some really great bands come through here.
Rip your eardrums out before you come bc the sound is horrible anyhow!
If you want to avoid the $9 axs.com surcharge per ticket, go to the box office at the Warfield Theatre on Sundays between 10a-4p. Stick it to the man!
Downstairs bar has much shorter line. And food.
Unnecessarily atrociously rude security staff.
Buy your tickets to the Regency at the Warfield Theater Box Office which is open on Sundays and an hour before each show. BAN CRZY ONLNE CONVNCE FEES!
No hardcore dancing in the living room
Holds 2300 or so. Bigger than it feels...
Visit medic station for free water and earplugs during concerts
Dont go to a rave here. It gets really unorginized
The pizza has an eerie similarity to hms host pizza you find in airports and rest areas...
Teeny venue! Well not teeeeny but much smaller than the website pics would lead you to believe.
Awesome musicians perform here on a regular basis. Been here to watch Nouvelle Vague, Sia, Corinne Bailey Rae, Cocorosie, Blonde Redhead, and a few others! The balcony's decent.
sex in the men's bathroom main floor is a win
If you are going to a show... Hide your gum!!! They make you throw it away at the door and it's a huge bummer.
Swing dace and great time
Take a photo with the Bansky on Fern Alley and post it on The Regency Ballroom Facebook.
Be sure to check out the tequila and specialty drink bar downstairs when you are at a concert.
saw kevin devine here. love him DL him!! have a good night!!
Great venue for rock shows. Laid back environment and great sound.