The Stern Grove Festival, The City’s wildly popular free outdoor music and performance series, announced today that its 76th season begins June 16 with appearances by Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs.
Before the 2 p.m. show, the organization is hosting The Big Picnic, a ticketed fundraising event.
Some 100,000 people are expected to attend the season’s free concerts in the grove, located at Ninth Avenue and Sloat Boulevard. Read More
The combination of warm weather, a holiday weekend and Neko Case playing a free concert brought throngs of people to Stern Grove on Sunday.
The Stern Grove Festival is a free concert series that runs through the summer in San Francisco. Read More
ACT opening-night gala: Representing the culmination of a two-year effort to bring a musical version of famous San Francisco stories to the stage, stars came out Wednesday to celebrate the American Conservatory Theater’s world premiere of “Armistead Maupin’s ‘Tales of the City.’” The black-tie event — which raised $950,000 for the production and ACT education programs — included cocktails, dinner in Union Square, the show’s performance and a nightclub dance party. Marilee K. Read More
Stern Grove’s 74th season of free Sunday afternoon concerts, announced Monday, features an invigorating lineup of dance, classical, pop and international music. Here’s the lineup: Read More
The family of a San Francisco woman killed by a falling tree branch in Stern Grove will find out Tuesday if The City approves a $650,000 settlement.
Kathleen Bolton, 50, was returning to her car April 14, 2008, after walking her dog in Stern Grove when a large limb of a redwood tree broke and struck her and the car. The woman’s parents sued The City, alleging negligence in inspecting and maintaining the city-owned tree. Read More