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List of SF Event Cancellations Due to Coronavirus

Latest updates of coronavirus event & venue cancellations – Updated 3/13 3:57pm
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Many events and venues are considering closing out of an abundance of caution with regard to coronavirus. News is changing very rapidly and we’ll do our best to provide you with the latest updates.

California State Rules – No Events Over 250 People (as of 3/12)
Mayor Gavin Newsom ordered Californians to cancel large gatherings more than 250 people until at least the end of March. Non-essential gatherings must be limited to no more than 250 people, while smaller events can proceed only if the organizers can implement social distancing of 6 feet per person. According to the Mercury News, the directive does not include casinos, theaters, and large amusement parks.

San Francisco’s 30-Day Moratorium on Evictions (as of 3/13)
The moratorium will prevent any resident from being evicted due to a loss of income related to a business closure, loss of hours or wages, layoffs, or out-of-pocket medical costs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Effect is in order for 30 days starting 3/13 and may be extended. Can’t pay rent and need help? Here’s what to do.

City of San Francisco Rules – No Events Over 100 People through 4/30 (as of 3/13 at 4:30p)
NEW – San Francisco has issued a Public Health Order prohibiting all non-essential events of 100 or more persons effective immediately. This order is effective as of 5:00pm on Friday, March 13 and continues until 11:59pm on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

  • Large Restaurants (100-500 people) Must Cut Capacity by at least 50%: To allow for appropriate social distancing, restaurants that have a capacity of between 100 and 500 people are allowed to continue operating as long as they reduce their occupancy in half up to a maximum of 100 patrons. For example, a restaurant that has an occupancy of 150 is allowed to operate if it reduces its occupancy in half to 75.
  • DPH recommends that organizations that serve vulnerable populations cancel gatherings of more than 10 people.
  • EXCEPTIONSThe order does not apply to: essential government services, transit, office space, hotels, residential buildings, grocery stores, shopping malls, retail establishments, hospitals, medical facilities, community serving organizations like food banks, and other facilities as detailed in the Order.

San Francisco’s Large Venues

    • Chase Center
      • Concerts / Events closed through 3/24 – The city of SF banned all events w/ 1,000+ fans for two weeks (as of 3/11)
        – 3/13 – Tame Impala (postponed)
        – 3/19 – Post Malone (cancelled/ postponed)
        – 3/21 – Bell Biv Devoe & Friends (postponed)
        – 3/24 – Women in Sports Journalism (canceled)
        – 4/7  – Billie Eilish – no official word yet as of 3/13
        – 4/10 – Celine Dion (postponed)
        – next scheduled Chase Center event is April 11-12 The Eagles – no update yet (as of 3/13 10:01am)
      • Golden State WarriorsSeason suspended indefinitely
        NBA season is on hold starting March 11th. No games, even without fans. updated 3/11
    • Oracle Park + Giantsclosed through 1st week April –  opening day is postponed at least 2 weeks – updated 3/12
    • Other venues potentially affected – thanks to SF Gate for compiling this list of 1,000+ venues in SF.
      Please note this does NOT mean that all events are canceled at the venues below, but any that have a crowd for any particular event of more than 1,000 will not be allowed – so capacity might be limited for some events as an alternative to canceling.

      • Palace of Fine Arts (capacity 1,000) ?? Conflicting Info ?? – City of SF prohibited events at main theater on 3/7 for two weeks since it’s a city-owned venue, but nothing appears to be canceled as of 3/11 – Next events are Michael W. Smith (3/19) and The Best (3/20) 
      • DNA Lounge (1,000) – Closed through 3/31 – updated 3/12 at 3:17pm
      • Public Works (1,200) – Closed through 3/14 – updated 3/12 at 5:40pm
      • August Hall (1,000) – Closed through 3/27 – updated 3/12 at 5:40pm
      • The Fillmore (1,250) – Closed through 3/17 – updated 3/12 at 5:40pm
      • Regency Ballroom (1,350) – Closed through 3/25 – updated as of 3/11
      • 1015 Folsom (capacity 1,400) – Closed through 3/15 – per IM from staff member at 1015 on 3/11
      • Castro Theatre (capacity 1,400) – Still open – but 3/14 Drag Becomes Her canceled – updated as of 3/12 at 5:46pm
      • Curran (1,667)  – Closed through 3/31 –  all performances of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have been suspended through March 31, effective immediately. – updated 3/12 at 3:10pm
      • Orpheum Theatre (2,203) – Closed through 3/31 – Hamilton
      • The Warfield (2,250) – Closed through 3/25 – updated as of 3/11
      • Golden Gate Theatre (2,297) – Closed through 3/31 – The Last Ship
      • The Midway (2,500) – Closed through 3/16 – Facebook still looks fine (no cancellations) but the website shows no active shows until 3/17 – updated 3/12.
      • Symphony Hall (2,743) Closed for events through 3/20
      • SVN West (3,000) – No upcoming events scheduled.
      • Masonic Center (3,165) – Closed for events through 4/12 – Haley Kiyoko (3/12) is canceled. My Dad Wrote a Porno (3/21) postponed until Sept. 9. Next event not until 4/13.
      • Fort Mason Festival Pavilion (3,800) – Red Bull Zeltron World Wide / Denzel Curry 3/20 canceled – No other events are scheduled that we can see until April 4-5 Renegade Craft Market
      • Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (7,000) All concerts canceled through March 31 – updated 3/12 at 5:59pm
      • San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center (7,500) Closed for events through 3/20

Temporary Homeless Housing For Self-Quarantine (as of 3/12)
San Francisco is working to provide quarantine locations for individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and do not need to be hospitalized, as well as individuals who have been exposed to the virus and do not have access to adequate shelter due to homelessness or shared living arrangements.  Temporary isolation housing will include RVs that will be placed in various secure locations throughout the city as needed.  Please note the previously it was reported that the RVs would be placed in The Presidio, but we have since learned that The Presidio is simply where the RVs are being currently parked until they are deployed to different neighborhoods.

The City is also in the process of identifying additional locations for auxiliary quarantine housing, including unoccupied residential property. City leaders are asking local hotels to join in identifying vacant hotel rooms for this purpose so that San Francisco can be better prepared to care for all of its residents.

Please note that things can change rapidly and this information may quickly become out of date as events develop.

Updated 3/13/20 at 5:59pm

Latest Updates

  • 3/13 5:59pm – The Presidio updates – Park & restaurants open, but Visitors Center closed and all events canceled
  • 3/13 4:31pm – Ban on events with 100+ effective through 4/30
  • 3/13 3:57pm – SF bans all events of 100 or more people
  • 3/13 3:57pm – Large restaurants (100-500 people) must reduce their capacity by at least 50% 
  • 3/13 3:25pm – SF announces 30-Day moratorium on residential evictions
  • 3/13 3:07pm – All San Francisco public pools closed through 3/31
  • 3/13 3:04pm – SF opens free emergency child care centers starting 3/16
  • 3/13 3:03pm – All 28 branches of SF Library closed from 3/14 to 3/31
  • 3/13 1:51pm – The Haas-Lilienthal House is closed for public tours through the end of March
  • 3/13 1:30pm – Pacific Coast Dream Machines (4/26) canceled
  • 3/13 1:25pm – A La Carte & Art Show in Mountain View (5/2-3) canceled
  • 3/13 1:22pm – Record Store Day (4/18) postponed until June 20
  • 3/13 1:15pm – CJM closed indefinitely
  • 3/13 10:06am – Asian Art Museum, SFMOMA closed until 3/28
  • 3/13 10:06am – de Young, Legion of Honor closed until 3/31
  • 3/13 9:00am – San Jose Bacon & Beer Festival moved from 4/4 to 7/18
  • 3/13 8:43am – Live Nation pausing all arena tours through 3/31
  • 3/12 6:59pm -The Chapel cancels shows through 3/13
  • 3/12 6:55pm – City Lights Bookstore remains open, but events canceled through end of April
  • 3/12 6:50pm – Sharon Art Studio, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Carousel in Golden Gate Park closed through end of March.
  • 3/12 6:17pm – Ashkenaz Music & Dance Center in Berkeley closed through 3/31
  • 3/12 6:15pm – Magic Theater canceled through 3/22
  • 3/12 6:01pm – The Independent, The New Parish, Marines’ Memorial, Luther Burbank Center (Santa Rosa) closed through 3/31
  • 3/12 5:58pm – Masonic cancels all shows through 4/12
  • 3/12 5:54pm – Updated California rules for ban on events with more than 250 people
  • 3/12 5:47pm – Peaches Christ Drag Becomes Her at The Castro (3/14) canceled
  • 3/12 5:40pm – Public Works, The Fillmore, August Hall announce cancellations
  • 3/12 5:13pm – All East Bay Parks District events canceled through 3/29 (trails & parks remain open)
  • 3/12 5:10pm – Comedy Oakland canceled indefinitely
  • 3/12 5:09pm – Oakland Museum of California closed through Friday, March 27
  • 3/12 5:08pm – Cobb’s Comedy Club Closed through March 15th
  • 3/12 4:55pm – Winchester Mystery House closed through 4/1
  • 3/12 4:53pm – More Chase Center cancellations – no events through at least April 6
  • 3/12 4:47pm – Sonoma Raceway closed through 3/31
  • 3/12 4:43pm – Tiny Dance Film Festival (3/28) postponed
  • 3/12 3:59pm – AIDS Memorial Quilt Display (April 3-5) postponed
  • 3/12 3:45pm – Exploratorium closed through 3/31
  • 3/12 3:17pm – DNA Lounge closes through 3/31
  • 3/12 3:13pm – SF City Guides tours canceled through 3/31
  • 3/12 3:10pm – Harry Potter and Cursed Child at Curran canceled through 3/31
  • 3/12 3:05pm – BroadwaySF cancels Hamilton, Men Are From Mars… and The Book of Mormon through March 31
  • 3/12 3:03pm – A.C.T. performances through April 12 canceled (Toni Stone + Gloria)
  • 3/12 2:58pm – Exit Theater closed through end of March
  • 3/12 2:54pm – CounterPulse cancelling/postponing Until end of May
  • 3/12 2:36pm – Cal Academy of Sciences closes, “After Dark” at Exploratorium closes
  • 3/12 1:01pm – Opening Day of MLB delayed by at least 2 weeks
  • 3/12 12:58pm – Presidio Picnic (3/29) Postponed3/12 12:26pm – Taste of Temescal (3/17) postponed
  • 3/12 12:23pm – Smithsonian’s Free Museum Day (4/4) is canceled
  • 3/12 12:18pm – The Midway canceled through 3/16
  • 3/11 10:46am – United Irish Cultural Center St. Patrick’s Day events (3/14-17) canceled, World Naked Bike Ride (3/14) canceled
  • 3/11 9:59pm – Neon Dreams at DNA Lounge (3/12) canceled
  • 3/11 9:49pm – Red Bull Zeltron World Wide (3/20) at Fort Mason canceled
  • 3/11 8:58pm – Regency Ballroom and The Warfield closed through 3/25 
  • 3/11 8:15pm – NBA season on indefinite hiatus
  • 3/11 7:20pm – Oakland Athletics considering postponing/canceling/moving March games – no decision made yet
  • 3/11 6:58pm – City of Oakland prohibits all events 1,000+ at city-owned facilities through 3/31 – Fox, Paramount, Coliseum and Oakland Arena
  • 3/11 6:39pm – Sunday Streets Canceled March 29, April 19, May 3
  • 3/11 6:00pm – 1015 Folsom closed for weekend
  • 3/11 5:48pm – Harry Potter and Cursed Child at Curran still going with reduced capacity
  • 3/11 5:32pm – Golden Gate Park’s 150th Anniversary (4/4) postponed
  • 3/11 5:14pm – Updated list of all 1,000+ capacity venues in SF
  • 3/11 4:45pm – Hamilton in SF canceled until 3/25
  • 3/11 4:39pm – Hunky Jesus & Easter in the Park (4/12) Postponed
  • 3/11 4:35pm – Hayley Kiyoko at Masonic (3/12) canceled, NGHTMRE at Bill Graham (3/13) postponed
  • 3/11 4:22pm – San Jose Quakes 3/21 match postponed
  • 3/11 4:19pm – 14th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival (3/27-29) canceled, Journey to the End of the Night (4/11) postponed, California Historical Society events canceled
  • 3/11 2:27pm – SF Chocolate Salon postponed to 5/17
  • 3/11 1:10pm – SFMOMA is open but cancels all talks, performances film events and tours through 3/31
  • 3/11 12:45pm – FiDi St. Patrick’s Block Party (3/17) officially canceled
  • 3/11 12:42pm – All SAP Center events canceled through 3/17
  • 3/11 12:39pm – Oakland Museum of California cancels major events through 3/21, Palo Alto Arbor Day (3/15) canceled, Bay Area Oddities Expo (3/21) postponed to Halloween (10/31)
  • 3/11 11:29am – Chase Center cancels events thru 3/21
  • 3/11 11:12am – SF Giants cancel pre-season game vs. A’s (3/24) at Oracle Park
  • 3/11 10:59am – SF bans all events 1,000+ or more attendees for two weeks
  • 3/11 10:20am – KQED Forum Live (3/19) and Bay Area Travel Adventure Show (3/21-22) canceled
  • 3/11 10:05am – Chief Sullivan St. Patrick’s Lot Party (3/14-17), Cherry Blossom Festival (April 11-12, 18-19) canceled. FiDi St. Patrick’s Block Party (3/17) likely canceled
  • 3/10 4:20pm – The Great Northern closed March 12-14
  • 3/10 9:57am – The Presidio acts as temporary housing for Coronavirus quarantine
  • 3/10 9:55am – SF Int’l Ocean Film Festival (3/12-15), Viva El Mariachi Concert (3/19) canceled
  • 3/10 9:30am – 9th Annual Women’s Center Conference (3/14) canceled
  • 3/10 9:25am – Daly City Flea Market (3/15), Corn Dog Day (3/21-22), Apple Store Events, Santa Clara Cty bans mass gatherings (1,000+), CCSF, SF State, Stanford, UC Berkeley updates, SAP Center cancellations, SJ Quakes
  • 3/10 4:13am – Fort Mason’s Day Dog Parade & Costume Contest (3/15)
  • 3/9 5:04pm – Dublin St. Patricks Day (3/14-15) and Divisadero Art Walk (3/12) canceled
  • 3/9 4:35pm – Holi Fremont (3/14) and Holi Milpitas (3/15) canceled
  • 3/9 4:11pm – SF Muni operating as normal; The Presidio large events cancelled, everything else operating as normal
  • 3/9 1:52pm – All SF Library programs, classes events and meetings canceled until at least 3/31 (libraries remain open for general use)
  • 3/9 1:10pm – Friday Farmers Market & Bazaar in UN Plaza (3/13) and SF Holi (3/28)
  • 3/9 11:07am – San Francisco Chamber Orchestra concerts cancelled (March 14-16)
  • 3/9 10:30am – Off The Grid Fort Mason (3/13-20), Brides of March (3/15), Cinequest canceled
  • 3/8 8:02pm – Persian New Year Festival (3/17) cancelled
  • 3/8 11:11am – Palace of Fine arts main theater, City Hall updates.
  • 3/8 10:24am – Chase Center Warriors and concerts going forward including Tame Impala on 3/13
  • 3/8 10:15am – SF-owned venues like City Hall, Main Library, Moscone Center, Bill Graham are all cancelling large gatherings (over 50 people) through 3/20

Event Cancellations & Venue Closures

SAN FRANCISCO CITY-OWNED FACILITIES – Events larger than 50 people banned

On March 7th the City and County of San Francisco has banned “non-essential group events” at any city-owned facilities for the next two weeks. Under this order, the first day public events at city-owned venues can resume is March 21. Read more at SF Gate

What is a “Non-Essential Group Event?” “Any congregation of 50 or more people for any social, cultural, entertainment, or other special event or other non-essential purpose where people are not separated by physical space of at least four feet (which is slightly longer than an average arm’s length).”

  • San Francisco City HallCity Hall remains open in a general capacity and for Board of Supervisors meetings but all non-essential group events are cancelled.
  • Moscone Center – GDC20 Game Developers Conference (March 16-20) has been postponed to a later date
  • Bill Graham Civic AuditoriumPlease note that although city says they have banned large events through 3/20, nothing on the Bill Graham Civic website denotes any events canceled yet. Events possibly affected are NGHTMRE (3/13) and San Holo (3/21)
  • New Conservatory Theater – The Book of Mountains and Seas canceled through Saturday, March 21.
  • War Memorial and Performing Arts Center – By order of San Francisco Mayor London Breed, all public events at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center are being canceled from Saturday, March 7, through Friday, March 20, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 At this time, public events may resume on Saturday, March 21. That is subject to change.
    • Davies Symphony Hall: 201 Van Ness Avenue (at Grove) – closed until 3/20
    • War Memorial Opera House: 301 Van Ness Avenue (at Grove) – closed until 3/20
    • Veterans Building – Herbst Theatre & The Green Room: 401 Van Ness Avenue (at McAllister) – closed until 3/20
    • Zellerbach Rehearsal Hall: 300 Franklin Street (at Hayes) – closed until 3/20
  • All San Francisco Library Events/Classes/Programs  – All branches of the library remain open, but programs, classes and events at all branches are canceled until 3/31 (updated 3/9 – previously it was just large events at the main library that were canceled)
  • The Palace of Fine Arts (main theater hall only) Palace of Fine Arts Theatre (3601 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94123) (only the main theatre is affected at this time)
  • Pier 27 – Cruise Terminal
  • Pier 35

OAKLAND 1,000+ CAPACITY VENUES CLOSED

The City of Oakland issued an order, effective immediately, that large events scheduled between March 12 and March 31, 2020 at City-owned facilities with capacity of more than 1,000 people shall be postponed or cancelled – including the Fox Theater, Paramount Theater, and the Oakland Convention Center. The Oakland-Alameda Coliseum Authority also cancelled all events at the Oakland Coliseum and Oakland Arena until March 31. Updated 3/11.

  • Fox Theater Postponed shows include Third Eye Blind (3/13), Umphrey McGee (3/14), Wilco (3/27-28), Ilana Glazer (3/30) – updated 3/11
  • Paramount TheaterLikely postponed shows include Prince Royce (3/13), Dark Girls 2 (3/14), Keith Sweat (3/21) – updated 3/11
  • Oakland Convention CenterPostponed events include Oakland Running Festival (3/21) – updated 3/11
  • Oakland Coliseum / Oakland Athletics – Opening Day, which was scheduled for March 26 has been postponed at least two weeks – updated 3/12
  • Oakland Arena– closed to public until 3/31 – as of 3/11
    • Oakland Panthers vs. Iowa Barnstormers (3/14) – No fans allowed
    • Ana Gabriel (3/19) – Postponed
    • Andre Riu (3/22) – Postponed
    • Oakland Panthers (3/21 and 3/28) – No updates as of 3/11

SANTA CLARA COUNTY – MASS GATHERINGS BANNED

In light of significantly increasing rates of COVID-19 in Santa Clara County, the Public Health Department is announcing a mandatory order issued by the Public Health Officer requiring the cancellation of mass gatherings (1,000+) in the County effective from March 11 though March 31. This does not include airports, shopping centers or transit. – updated 3/10

MUSEUMS

  • Walt Disney Family Museum Closed through 3/19 – The museum hopes to reopen on March 20 – updated 3/13 at 10:13am
  • Children’s Discovery Museum of San JoseClosed until at least 3/17 – updated 3/13 at 10:14am
  • Cantor Arts Center – Stanford UniversityTemporarily closing their galleries to the public while remaining open to support Stanford’s academic functions. We intend to reopen the museums to the public April 15, 2020.
  • Asian Art Museumclosed from 3/13 at 5pm to 3/27.  The goal is to reopen on 3/28. The closure of the Asian Art Museum includes the museum, its café (Sunday at the Museum) and its store – updated 3/13 at 10:08am
  • SFMOMA  – closed from 3/13 at 5pm to 3/28.  The goal is to reopen on 3/28. SFMOMA’s closure includes the museum, its restaurants (In Situ, Cafe 5 and Sightglass coffee bars), stores (museum and SFO store) and the Artists Gallery at Fort Mason. – updated 3/13 at 10:08am
  • de Young Musuem – closed from 3/13 at 5pm to 3/30.  The goal is to reopen on 3/31.  – updated 3/13 at 10:08am
  • Legion of Honor – closed from 3/13 at 5pm to 3/30.  The goal is to reopen on 3/31.  – updated 3/13 at 10:08am
  • Oakland Museum of California –  Oakland Museum of California will be closed through Friday, March 27 updated 3/12 at 5:08p
  • California Academy of SciencesClosed until the end of March including Nightlife – updated 3/12 at 2:36p
  • ExploratoriumClosed through end of March  – updated 3/12 at 3:45p
  • California Historical SocietyClosed through 3/31 – updated 3/13 at 1:14p
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum Closed indefinitelyupdated 3/13 at 1:15pm
  • Haas-Lilienthal HouseClosed for public tours through 3/31 updated 3/13 at 1:53pm

PUBLIC SPACES

  • San Francisco Public Libraryall branches closed from 3/13 at 6pm until 3/31 – converted into emergency child care centers starting 3/16. The Library’s robust digital services will continue to give card holders 24/7 free access to eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, classes and more including free streaming of more than 30,000 films – updated 3/13 at 3:01pm
  • San Francisco Rec and Park Facilities37 rec centers and playgrounds closed from 3/14 to 3/31 and converted into pop-up emergency child care centers. All other parks, trails and open spaces remain open. Community members are encouraged to use parks, but not to congregate.  updated 3/13 at 3;06pm
  • San Francisco Public Pools Closed to the public from 3/14 through 3/31 – updated 3/13 at 3:07pm

COLLEGES / SCHOOLS

  • CCSF – Temporary suspension of face-to-face classes starting March 13th. During the week of March 16th, there will be no CCSF classes or events. CCSF will also move up its scheduled spring break from the week of March 30th to the week of March 23rd. Classes are scheduled to resume on Monday, March 30th, via modified and online learning formats.  – updated 3/10
  • SF State – All face-to-face courses are suspended effective March 10 to March 15. From March 16 to April 5 all instruction will be conducted remotely. The campus is not closing. Some buildings will remain open.  – updated 3/10
  • Stanford – For the final two weeks of the winter quarter, beginning Monday, March 9, classes at Stanford will not meet in person. To the extent feasible, we will be moving classes to online formats in place of in-person instruction. – updated 3/6
  • UC Berkeley – Suspending most in-person classes offering all lecture courses online or through “alternative modalities” effective March 9 through March 29 when spring break ends. – updated 3/10

SAN FRANCISCO PARKS

  • Updated as of 3/13 at 3:28pm
  • All city parks and trails remain open, but 37 rec centers and playgrounds closed
  • Golden Gate Park – The park remains open but Sharon Art Studio, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Carousel are closed through end of March. Annie’s Hot Dogs, adjacent to the Carousel, will remain open.
  • All San Francisco Youth Baseball League (SFYBL) games and practices are cancelled through March 31.
  • The remainder of the Indoor Soccer League season is cancelled, including games. scheduled for March 15 and March 22
  • Summer day camp registration, originally scheduled for March 21, is postponed. Date TBD.

FESTIVALS & MAJOR EVENTS

EVENTS

VENUES

  • Salesforce Park Events – All rooftop events have been cancelled until further notice. Salesforce Transit Center and Salesforce Park remain open.
  • Golden Gate Park Senior Center In order to ensure the safety of our patrons, staff, and volunteers, the Golden Gate Park Senior Center will be closed beginning Saturday, March 7 for at least the next two weeks.

We will update our list if there are any more venues we become aware of

Confirmed Still Open (For Now…)

Many events/venues are still going on as scheduled. Here’s the latest confirmed information we have  (please note that things can change quickly.)

MUSEUMS

  • San Francisco Botanical Garden – SF – The Garden remains open now but there are some program interruptions. Programs which will continue are those which can be held primarily outdoors, where social distancing (6’ is ideal) can be practiced. –  still open – updated 3/12 at 2:36p
  • San Francisco Zoo – Still openupdated 3/12 at 2:36p
  • Oakland Zoo – No mention at all about coronavirus that we could find and still posting on social media – Still open (we assume)updated 3/12 at 2:36p

PUBLIC SPACES

  • San Francisco Rec and Park Facilities37 rec centers and playgrounds closed from 3/14 to 3/31 and converted into pop-up emergency child care centers. All other parks, trails and open spaces remain open. Community members are encouraged to use parks, but not to congregate.  updated 3/13 at 3;06pm
  • San Francisco Public Pools Closed to the public from 3/14 through 3/31 – updated 3/13 at 3:07pm
  • SF MuniOperating as normal – Muni car cleaners and station custodians clean vehicles and high-touch surfaces regularly. Daily vehicle cleaning includes safe, strong disinfectants on high-touch surfaces at the end of service. High-touch surfaces such as railings in Muni subway stations are cleaned approximately every four hours. Subscribe to Muni Alerts for latest info. – updated 3/9/20
  • The Presidio – updated 3/13/20 at 5:59pm
    • Presidio Visitors Center and Presidio Officers’ Club Museum are closed through 3/31.
    • PresidiGo Shuttle, Park restaurants and hotels, all trails, overlooks open spaces, public restrooms – open and operating as normal
    • All public events canceled for time being
  • Salesforce Park + Salesforce Transit CenterStill open, however rooftop events have been canceled until further notice.

OTHER VENUES / EVENTS

BARS & RESTAURANTS

  • SoMa – BuzzWorks In the slew of sports events being canceled, BuzzWorks Craft Beer Sports Bar will remain open from 3pm to (at least) 10pm DAILY for March Madness, and all other sports viewing events on its 32 TV’s. 21+ , located at 365 11th Street. – confirmed open as 3/11
  • SoMa – Butter – Butter @ 354 11th street will remain open from 6pm to 2am Wednesday – Sunday Nights. Yes.. Coronas are 2-4-1 during happy hour from 6p-8p till supplies run out. – confirmed open as of 3/11

More Event Cancellations Lists

  • SF Chronicle list of event cancellations (paywall) – incl. conferences and schools
  • KRON 4 List of event cancellations
  • SF Weekly list of event cancellations
  • KQED – Canceled Concerts and Conferences
  • Is it Canceled Yet” a short more general list of worldwide events like SXSW, festivals, conference

Bay Area Coronavirus Resources and FAQs



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