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San Francisco Symphony: Outdoor Concert | Stern Grove Festival
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Stern Grove Festival is returning in 2022 to celebrate its 85th season of hosting free concerts in the park. The festival kicks off June 12, with concerts every Sunday through August 14.
RSVPs for 2022 open up 12 days prior to every show – always at Tuesdays at 2pm.
The first RSVP date is Tuesday, May 31 at 2pm when reservations for Tower of Power + Too $hort on June 12th go “on sale” – we recommend acting quickly.
2022 Stern Grove Lineup + RSVP Links
RSVPs Open Every Tuesday at 2pm: Reservations open 12 days in advance of each show. You can RSVP for up to 4 tickets for general admission (no assigned seating) Please note that RSVPs tend to go very quickly, so you’ll want to log on right at 2pm.
Sundays at 2pm
June 12-August 14, 2022
Free but Reservations Required
- June 12 – Tower of Power + Too $hort – Reservations open on Tuesday, May 31 at 2pm
- June 19 – Toro Y Moi + Hello Yello – Reservations open on Tuesday, June 7 at 2pm
- June 26 – Ani DiFranco + Madi Diaz – Reservations open on Tuesday, June 14 at 2pm – *New addition Ani DiFrance (Liz Phair had to cancel)
- July 3 – Cold War Kids + Geographer – Reservations open on Tuesday, June 21 at 2pm
- July 10 – Old Crow Medicine Show + Molly Tuttle – Reservations open on Tuesday, June 28 at 2pm
- July 17 – Cat Power + Spelling – Reservations open on Tuesday, July 5 at 2pm
- July 24 – Leann Rimes + Amethyst Kiah– Reservations open on Tuesday, July 12 at 2pm
- July 31 – SF Symphony – Reservations open on Tuesday, July 19 at 2pm
- August 7 – Taj Mahal + Monophonics – Reservations open on Tuesday, July 26 at 2pm
- August 14 – The Big Picnic w/ Phil Lesh & Friends + Midnight North – Reservations open on Tuesday, August 2 at 2pm
Like in 2021, advance reservations will be required in 2022. Free reservations for each concert will open up 12 days before the show date at 2pm, and can be made through the Stern Grove website’s concert pages.
- Reservations open up about 12 days before
- Reservations are required but don’t guarantee entry. Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis
- Free General Admission reservations may be made for up to four people (one per person)
- Free ADA/Senior section reservations may be made for up to two people for spaces that are specifically reserved for ADA/Seniors (65+)
- If you are ADA/Senior and need assistance, you may call us at 415.252.6252, ext.112 (this is ONLY for ADA/Seniors)
- Reservation hotline hours are Tuesdays from 2pm-5pm, and Wednesday-Friday from 12 noon-5pm
- Children 2 years and up require a reservation
- Entrances open at 12 noon. Concerts start at 2pm
- Enter through designated entrances only:
#1. 19th & Sloat
#2. Vale Ave.
#3. 23rd & Wawona
- You may bring your own food and beverages
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A summer tradition, the acclaimed San Francisco Symphony performs with conductor Edwin Outwater in a performance celebrating the centennial of the National Parks Service. Join for an afternoon truly “in concert with nature.”
Edwin Outwater will be participating in an informative pre-concert Artist Talk with Associate Director of Artistic Planning Richard Lonsdorf as moderator. The Artist Talk will take place at Stern Grove’s Trocadero Clubhouse at 12:00 noon on the day of the concert.
– Overture to The Cowboys
– “With Malice Toward None” from Lincoln
– March from Midway
- Ferde Grofé
- Grand Canyon Suite
– Painted Desert
– On The Trail
Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Opus 95, “From The New World”
Scherzo: Molto vivace
Allegro con fuoco
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
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