Warfield Theater, San Francisco

This historic theater on Market St has a balcony and approximately 2,700 seats.

This historic theater on Market St has a balcony and approximately 2,700 seats. Built in the 1920s, it was renovated in 1969 and today it is as popular as ever hosting some major acts like Velvet Revolver and Bill Maher.
















About Warfield Theater

 982 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-345-0900


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