San Francisco’s Newly Renovated Masonic To Re-Open in September

By Alyssa Pereira
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(Courtesy of the Masonic)

(Courtesy of the Masonic)

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The Masonic in San Francisco (at 1111 California Street) is getting a new look. The venue is reopening this fall following multi-million dollar renovations, including a brand new concert stage, an improved sound system, chandeliers, and tiered audience floors, bringing its total capacity to 3,300.

In addition to the venue’s new accommodations (which now include luxury VIP boxes, new bars and concession stands), the venue-to-be has contributed $100,000 to the renovation of the Huntington Park Children’s Playground in collaboration with the Nob Hill Association.

The venue has also released a short list of shows to come, including Train on September 21 and 22, Pixies on September 20 (on sale now), The 1975 on November 18 and more. Check out their site for more information.

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