The 1,200-capacity Fillmore was built in 1912, but is better known as the stage from which Bill Graham launched his rock-promotion empire and the 1960s "San Francisco Sound" with bands such as the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother and the Holding Company. The venue later changed hands several times and became a private neighborhood club and a punk spot in the '70s and '80s before reopening in the '90s and establishing itself as the powerhouse it is today. The performers who play here tend to be on the verge of megastardom or already at its apex and reaching back for the intimacy that only this legendary room can provide.
|Venue name:||The Fillmore||Contact:|
1805 Geary Blvd
|Cross street:||at Fillmore St|
|Transport:||Bus 22, 38, 92|
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Waxahatchee, the vulnerable indie-pop project of singer-songsmith Katie Crutchfield, turned heads (ours included) with 2015's triumphant yet bittersweet Ivy Tripp. This year, Crutchfield's ready to do it again with her brand new release, Out in the Storm....Rock and indie Friday July 28 2017