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The Fillmore

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1805 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94115-3519
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Welcome to the GPS-enabled driving tour of California’s famous Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway! This self-guided audio tour stretches between San Francisco and Los Angeles, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world! It also includes a popular scenic detour along Monterey’s 17 Mile Drive at Pebble Beach. This self-guided audio tour allows you to explore Highway 1 with maximum flexibility and value.<br><br>Here's how it works: Within 30 mins, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter the password, and download the tour. When you arrive, go to the first stop, launch the app, and follow the instructions! Stick to our recommended route and speed limit for the best experience. <br><br>Recommended: purchase one tour per vehicle. Everyone can listen at the same time!<br><br>Uncertain Travel Date? The tour’s valid for 30 days from booking!<br><br>This tour doesn’t include entrance to attractions along the route. Check pandemic rules before your visit.
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Michele c wrote a review Feb. 2020
77 contributions42 helpful votes
Went for a concert this past Friday. For those looking for information on food and seating, if you are the very first people through the door when they open, head upstairs to the left and there's about four tables where you can sit and still see the show from the balcony. There's also a bar in that area and another bar and food available in the Poster Room. If you are lucky enough to secure one of these tables, send one of your party into the Poster Room, there's a variety of bar food such as nachos, vegetarian sliders, burgers, quesadillas, delicious cookies etc. Pay there and get a table number. They will send a server with your food back at your original balcony table when it's ready. Food service is only available on the second floor. As far as sightlines on the first floor in the ballroom, it gets pretty packed, and if you're small you might want to find a space up front. Tall people will have no problems from the sight lines from the back of the crowd.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Chuna B wrote a review Feb. 2020
9 contributions3 helpful votes
Fun and easy place to see a show, if you don't mind standing. Easy to get in and out, large bar on premises, and just stuffed with historic posters and photos of all the legendary bands that have played here.Giant chandeliers in the main concert room are iconic.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Daryl C wrote a review Jan. 2020
Danville, California987 contributions314 helpful votes
After all these years, I finally made it to the Filmore for a show. What a great venue. It's not especially large, holding around 1,000 so the shows are way more intimate. We saw Randy Houser and it was a great choice for a small show. The sense of history is all around. There are posters in the foyer. And, upstairs, there's a poster room covered in classic rock posters. They had a musician playing in the room before our show. The service is great. Many of the staff seem to have been there for years and they really care about the place. And the patrons. The beer selection is good and fairly priced. And, when you leave, you can partake in a Bill Graham tradition--red apples to go.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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spater52_11 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Portland, Oregon14 contributions3 helpful votes
The Fillmore has been there since the 30’s. Great venue, sound, lights regardless of what you’ve come to see. Be prepared to stand or get there super early for limited seating.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Thomas V wrote a review Jan. 2020
Oakland, California10,036 contributions2,198 helpful votes
This area has been diverse historically, once the home of Japanese-Americans, but they were removed during the war. Then migrants came to work in the war industries, including lots of African Americans, and it became one of the hearts of Black San Francisco. Now it has changed again. Come and stroll and enjoy the great architecture and the cool eating and drinking.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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