The Masonic

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The Masonic
1111 California St,
San Francisco, CA 94108

About The Masonic -

Designed by Albert Roller, the mid-century modernist architecture, the California Masonic Memorial Temple was dedicated on Sept. 29, 1958. The temple houses the Masonic Auditorium, the Grand Lodge of California, the Henry W. Coil Library and Museum.  With four 12-foot high figures representing the branches of the armed forces created by Emile Norman a war memorial and 14 marble figures engaged in a tug-of-war, representing the struggle between good and evil. In the lobby hangs American artist Emile Norman’s largest art piece: a 38-foot by 48-foot, decorative mural window.

The Masonic’s went through major renovations and re-opening in the fall of 2014. Renovations include a brand-new concert stage, state-of-the-art sound system tailored specifically to the room, and a new general admission open floor with tiered levels, bringing the venue’s general admission capacity to 3,300.

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