Great American Music Hall

Review & Pictures

Coming Soon


Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94109

About Great American Music Hall -

Voted #6 in the Best Clubs in America list by Rolling Stone magazine in 2013, San Francisco’s oldest and grandest nightclub. With a capacity of 470, the  5,000-square-foot concert hall symbolizes the renewal and optimism when it originally opened as Blanco's in 1907 following the devastating 1906 earthquake. Today, a professional sound and lighting system, two full bars, a modern kitchen and a spacious oak dance floor help to blend contemporary quality with turn-of-the-century graciousness.

Since becoming the Great American Music Hall in 1972, they has hosted artists ranging from Duke Ellington, Sarah Vaughan and Count Basie to Van Morrison, the Grateful Dead, Arcade Fire, Patti Smith and Godspeed You! Black Emperor. In 1982 Robin Williams filmed his HBO special "A Evening With Robin Williams"  on their stage.

Go To Great American Music Hall Website