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Imagine a luxury stretch limousine picks you and your date up and takes you to the Concert Event of the night. The good times are set in motion as soon as the limo pulls out of the driveway. Instead of having to worry about such things as a DUI, or who is going to be the designated driver, now you can have a worry free time at the concert. Now you can have a couple of beers if you having a good time and you don’t have to worry about getting in and out of the parking lot. Now you get to show up and ride home in style.

San Francisco live music venues are plentiful and diverse. The city has widely and historically been known as a city that knows how to make musical artists feel welcome, both audience-wise and performance space-wise. There are a wide variety of stages in town for performers to storm, ranging from incredibly tiny to airplane hangar-huge. Here’s our selective survey of the best San Francisco live music venues.

Bimbo’s 365 Club: Wonderful North Beach venue has the look and feel of a Rat Pack-era Las Vegas nightclub, complete with tuxedoed bartenders and kitschy orange candle chandeliers. Bimbo’s originally opened on Market Street in 1931, but moved to its current address in ’51, where it quickly became one of the premier spots in town to catch dinner and a show. Today it hosts a wide variety of musical acts, ranging from indie rock to hip-hop, from electronica to alternative country. The sound system is good—I suggest staking out a space in the middle of the floor and back about 40 feet from the stage. The mixed drinks are tiny, weak, and expensive, so stick with beer if you plan on drinking.

– The Fillmore: The granddaddy of San Francisco live music venues, The Fillmore has played host to an extraordinary number of legendary musical acts since the late, great Bill Graham took hold of the reins in 1965. Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, Cream, Santana, Captain Beefheart, and Jimi Hendrix have all wowed audiences here, and the venue continues to be one of the best spots to see a great band play before they explode and move on to HP Pavilion-size concert halls. The main floor is enormous, making it easy for you to wiggle your way towards the stage even on the night of a sold-out show. There’s a massive balcony section with limited seating, plus a large dining room designated for food, drink, and conversation. The crystal chandeliers—bathed in a purplish-blue light throughout all performances—add a one-of-a-kind psychedelic opulence to the space.

Additional Live Music Venues are: Bottom of the Hill, Great American Music Hall, Slim’s, The SF Weekly Warfield, Cafe Du Nord, 12 Galaxies, Hemlock Tavern, Pound SF, Make-Out Room, The Independent, The Parkside.