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Boz Scaggs or Michael Bolton Live w/Dinner at Wente: 40% Off
 
Source: Wente Vineyards | By Erin Roth

These premium seats include a buffet-style dinner on the concert lawn or at The Restaurant at Wente.
Boz Scaggs: July 28; Michael Bolton: Aug. 3

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Source: Penn's Landing Playhouse

Set in Cook's Women's Gym, the show takes a fun, energetic look at four women as they deal with life issues; tickets are $48
August 3-20, 2016

 
Source: Concord Pavilion

The "X Factor"-formed group is best known for hits like "Worth It," "Work From Home" and "Sledgehammer"
Saturday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m.

 
Source: Music Circus

The New York Post says you’ll be "left dazzled – and devastated” when the hit musical "Cabaret" comes to Sacramento next week.
Through Saturday, July 30

 
Source: San Francisco Giants

Save up to 30% on tickets when the Giants take on the Orioles, Pirates and Mets
Aug. 13, 16 & 19

 
Source: "Beach Blanket Babylon"

The political and pop-culture musical revue was called "a must-see” by the San Francisco Chronicle.
Aug. 3-31

 
San Francisco Entertainment Tips
Some of the most iconic, postcard-worthy spots in San Francisco are some of the top entertainment destinations, like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf and jingling cable cars. Yet the entertainment options here really reflect the diversity of the city, from intimate concert venues to Giants Stadium.

Many touring Broadway shows make their way west, and many visitors try to stop by SFJAZZ Center as well as the San Francisco Opera for a cultured night out. Another popular entertainment trend is trying a tasting room from a local brewer or a wine maker in nearby Wine Country.

There is always something new to explore, from restaurants (try the local seafood – Dungeness crab and cioppino are favorites) to museum exhibits to stage productions to eclectic neighborhoods -- some of our favorites include Hayes Valley, North Beach, Haight-Ashbury, the Mission (don’t miss the murals) and the Castro.