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We get to SFJazz a average of once a month; more when we're in town. The larger Miner Auditorium is intimate and feels small. The Joe Henderson Lab is an intimate space for about 100. Every seat makes you feel like you're right there with...More
On my recent trip I was lucky enough to see a concert in the Joe Henderson lab, the smaller of the two performance spaces.
Sound was excellent, the venue intimate, the crowd enthusiastic and the chairs comfortable. Add an amazing group of musicians giving it...More
Every time I visit SF Jazz I'm reminded just how precious a gem it really is. The customer service staff is wonderful, the shows start on time and the talent is unmatched. Acoustically it's one of the top 2 venues I've ever heard a concert...More
SFJazz, great venue, wonderful acoustics,intimate surroundings, sometimes there are floor seats, or standing in the floor. I like when there is standing fir some shows like Sergio Mendes,because you can dance. There is a restaurant on the premise with a good bar "the B-Side", and...More
This concert venue has fantastic acoustics and there are no bad seats which means that wherever you sit you can see the stage and the performers. Seats are mainly sloped so you have great sight lines and because the space is not cavernous you're never...More
We have been members for several years and go to several shows every year. We have seen artists ranging from Rosanne Cash to the tap dancing magic of Savion Glover. My wife like vocalists so we have also seen Dee Dee Bridgewater Cecile McLorant Savant...More
Booked for Xmas birthday celebration, and to see a sax legend.
Easy , roomy entry ways. Plenty of refreshment bars. Good people throughout.
We sat in the mezzanine, with comfortable seating, and great view of stage and performers. Drinks were allowed inside, and an area...More
Chock full of designer boutiques, art galleries, funky shoe stores, and great restaurants, it’s hard to imagine Hayes Valley once languished in the shadow of a major freeway. Its removal allowed for the creation of an attractive boulevard on Octavia Street with a community park at its center and dozens of trendy businesses to satisfy visitors looking for a stylish respite.
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SF Jazz is dark until September 6th, there are no performances, or artists till that time. That is why the calendar is blank for the venue. Sorry, maybe on your next visit. A friend suggested the Black Cat if you are... More
SF Jazz is dark until September 6th, there are no performances, or artists till that time. That is why the calendar is blank for the venue. Sorry, maybe on your next visit. A friend suggested the Black Cat if you are interested in jazz, I have not been there yet. Good Luck.