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You will find the latest San Francisco concert reviews here on Music in SF® from some of the Bay Area's biggest concert and club venues including Slim's, The Regency Ballroom, The Fillmore, The Warfield, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Oracle Arena, Concord Pavillion, Shoreline Amphitheater and many more.

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Donna Summer Musical Kicks Off at the Golden Gate Theater

SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical kicked off its residency at the Golden Gate Theater last night. The North American tour that chronicles the life of the Disco queen will be in San Francisco on December 3-29, 2019. Three incredible singers play the part of Donna at different times in her life. Dan’yelle Williamson portrays “Diva…
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Billie Eilish Plays Surprise Show at Apple

Just a few days ago Billie Eilish announced a surprise performance in the Bay Area. It turned out to be last night at the Steve Jobs Center at Apple in Cupertino as part of its inaugural Apple Music Awards. Luckily for fans who missed it, the show was live-streamed to over 115 countries. In addition…
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Cher with Chic Shake the Chase

Cher is 73. Let that sink in for a moment. Not only does she look half her age, but the pop legend still sounds the same as she did when she first appeared on stage almost 30 years ago as part of the duo, Sonny and Cher. Last night at the Chase Center in San…
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Blossoms and Inhaler Rock the Independent (IN PHOTOS)

Dublin rock quartet Inhaler joined Blossoms last night at the Independent in San Francisco. Fronted by Elijah Hewson (the son of U2’s Bono) the band influenced by the likes of The Stone Roses, Joy Division and The Cure made quite an impression on the crowd. Blossoms tied things up with their brand of 60s/70s influenced pop-rock. Their…
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San Francisco Welcomes Home Local Hero Santana at Chase

This seems to be the year for Santana. 2019 not only marks the 20th anniversary of his iconic album, Supernatural, but it’s also the 50th anniversary of his legendary performance at Woodstock. Last night at the Chase Center in San Francisco 20,000 of his closest friends came out to celebrate the occasion, for an evening…
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Phil Collins Is Still Not Dead Yet

In fact, the man has plenty left in him. And for his legion of fans who showed up to the close-to-sold-out Chase Center last night for the second leg of his “Still Not Dead” tour, this was another chance to see the living legend in the flesh. It’s a tour that began two years ago…
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The Who and Gallagher Bring Brit Power Pop to Chase

“Looks like you’ve got a new house San Francisco,” exclaimed Liam Gallagher halfway into last night’s set at the Chase Center. The crowd erupted in cheer and confirmed their enthusiasm for the new venue, which has been at the center of everyone’s attention in big part because of the legends that have already graced its…
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Is Greta Van Fleet Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Savior?

Well, it sure would seem so from the turnout last night in San Francisco. The Bill Graham Auditorium was filled with fans of all shapes and sizes, a welcomed sight considering the downward trend of Rock n’ Roll in popular music today. Fans of all ages were in attendance yesterday. From middle-aged couples with knee-high…
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Iron Maiden Offers Feast for the Senses in Oakland

What a show last night by heavy metal juggernauts Iron Maiden. From the moment Bruce Dickinson jumped on stage and shouted from the top of his lungs, “Screaammm for me Oakland!” the excitement pulsed passionately at a ten throughout the entire two-hour performance. From the World War II bomber that flew then crashed overheard, to…
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