The Masonic Auditorium

1111 California St
San Francisco, CA 94108 United States
(415) 776-7042
Capacity : 3300

About The Masonic Auditorium

The Masonic will re-open its doors in September, following a multi-million dollar renovation project that has spanned the spring and summer of 2014. Located at the top of San Francisco’s historic Nob Hill, the Masonic’s re-opening will unveil a transformed space unlike any other of its size in the Bay Area. 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.

Renovations include:
– New, tiered, open floor for both general admission and seated shows
– New concert stage and draping
– Multiple new bars and concession stands
– Upgraded house ambiance including new carpeting and flooring
– New lighting and art installations, including five Zeppelin Chandeliers in the concert hall
– Luxury VIP Boxes with wait service and private restrooms
– VIP Room for 300, with amazing views of Nob Hill, San Francisco, and the Bay
– Renovated, modern dressing rooms and catering areas

The renovation of the Masonic marks a landmark transformation for the historic San Francisco venue. With the significant upgrades and updates, and the change from a fixed seat venue to a flexible, multi-tiered venue, the uses of the Masonic become endless—general admission concerts, seated concerts, private receptions, meetings and classroom-style events, or private dinners with entertainment on stage. The new Masonic is now a prime venue for concerts and special events alike, in one of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods, next door to some of the Bay Area’s greatest hotels and restaurants. 


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