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$12 & up -- 'Smart, Historical Drama' at SF Playhouse
Source: San Francisco Playhouse | By Erin Roth

Called "one of the best Bay Area productions of the year" (North Bay Bohemian), members save 40% on tickets to the West Coast premiere of "Red Velvet"
All dates through June 25

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Source: Wente Vineyards

The music legend takes the stage at Wente, and Travelzoo members save 40% on tickets that include premium seats and a gourmet dining experience.
Thursday, July 7

Source: SHN Orpheum Theatre

Travelzoo members save up to 50% on tickets to the rarely discounted musical, featuring the classic Academy Award-winning score.
June 29 - July 8

Source: Cobb's Comedy Club

Named one of "100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time" by Comedy Central, Louie Anderson comes to Cobb's for two nights of stand-up comedy.
Friday-Saturday, July 8-9

82% (134 ratings)
Source: 24th Street Theatre

Orchestra seats are available at 30% off, including weekends
July 6-23

Source: San Francisco Giants

Choose from games against the Phillies or Diamondbacks this summer
June 26; July 8 & 10

Source: The Magic of Ivan Amodei

Ivan Amodei brings "Intimate Illusions" to San Francisco; tickets are $36
July 9-10

Source: Oakland A's

Includes Tuesday games with free parking vs. the Pirates and Brewers or a Friday night game against the Pirates; save 50% on tickets
June 21; July 1 & 19

Source: San Francisco Opera

This U.S. debut production "combines stunning, old scores with modern social commentary" (SF Gate).
Select dates through July 3

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.