Upcoming Events By Date

The Way West

Two daughters try to help their irrepressibly optimistic mom through bankruptcy in Marin musical comedy.
Apr 16May 10
Marin Theatre Co.

A Wild Man In Winter

Jazz master Charles Lloyd debuts a new album inspired by collaborations with Greek musicians at SFJAZZ.
Apr 2326
SFJAZZ, Miner Auditorium

Bay Area Dance Week

More than 400 free events, from West African Funk to ballet Nordic folk dance, take flight around the Bay.
Apr 24May 3
Various Bay Area locations

Janis Ian & Tom Paxton

Folk icons Janis Ian and Tom Paxton, who have a decades-long connection, share the stage in Berkeley in what Paxton is calling his farewell tour.
Apr 2526
Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse

Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally

The married couple hits town on a standup comedy tour titled Summer of 69: No Apostrophe, and between Offerman's “man's-man” comedy and Mullally's strong, independent ...
Apr 26
The Masonic

Amber Tambyln

Amber Tamblyn's Dark Sparkler takes the deaths of young Hollywood actresses as its starting point.
Apr 28
City Lights Books

The Hunting Ground

The documentary exploring the ongoing issues around campus sexual assault screens at Stanford with a post-film discussion including the film's producers.
Apr 28
CEMEX Auditorium


Katie Crutchfield dishes out salty-sweet confessional indie pop with more than a touch of Alabama soul.
Apr 29
Great American Music Hall

Lisa Genova

Still Alice author Lisa Genova appears in support of her new novel Inside the O'Brien's at Book Passage on April 30.
Apr 30
Book Passage, Ferry Building

Merle Haggard

Outlaw country legend Merle Haggard brings his Bakersfield sound to Fox Theatre Redwood City.
Apr 30
Fox Theatre Redwood City

Ondine at Sutro

We Players stage the romance of a knight and a water sprite in the stunning seaside ruins of Sutro Baths.
May 1Jun 7
Sutro Baths and Sutro Heights Park


Sleater-Kinney plays in support of their new album, No Cities to Love, at The Masonic on May 2 and May 3.
May 3
The Masonic

Jane Smiley

Jane Smiley takes on a complicated and changing American landscape through the lens of one family.
May 5
Kepler’s Books