SF Summer Opera
June 5 - June 29, War Memorial Opera House. Click the link below for details.
This June, you'll have the chance to catch three performances with the SF Opera. The first is Carmen (6/5 - 6/29), the story of a free-spirited woman in Seville who follows her hearts desires. The second is Orlando (6/9 - 6/27), a pilot that is stuck in the hospital during WWII and fights to understand fact from fiction. The final show is Rusalka (6/16 - 6/28), the classic story of a woman who gives up her voice for love and the struggles she faces with this decision.
Nightlife at the California Academy of Sciences
June 6, 13, 20 & 27, California Academy of Sciences. Click the link below for details.
Every Thursday night, the museum closes and reopens to those 21 and older only. It's a chance for you to explore the exhibits, meet other adults and enjoy a cocktail or two. Nightlife events are centered around a specific theme each week.
Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon
June 9, Alcatraz Island. Click the link below for details.
The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon is an annual event that starts with a 1.5-mile swim from Alcatraz Island to the shores of San Francisco. It continues with an 18-mile bike ride and finishes with an 8-mile run through the city's hills.
San Francisco Jazz Festival
June 11 - June 23, Hayes Valley. Click the link below for details.
This year marks the 37th Annual SF Jazz Festival, offering over a week of incredible music from acclaimed jazz musicians, including those such as Lizz Wright, Stanley Clarke, Bokane, Con Brio, and more.
June 21 - June 23, Bill Graham Auditorium & Civic Center Plaza. Click the link below for details.
This three-day festival is a dream come true for comedy and pop-culture junkies. You'll have the chance to watch the best comedians in the business and to dance to concerts by several cool bands.
Pride Parade & Festival
June 29 & 30, Civic Center District. Click the link below for details.
This event includes a large festival with live music, dancing in the streets, and gourmet goodies in the Civic Center District. The largest draw is the colorful parade on Sunday morning. It starts at 10:30am and makes its way from Market & Beale to Market & 8th Street.