After 4 sold out shows in a row across California, piano pop rock singer-songwriter David Baron will headline San Francisco’s famed Great American Music Hall on Friday, July 3rd. Doors open at 7PM, with Baron scheduled to perform at 10PM.
This marks the first time that Baron takes the stage at the 5,000-square-foot concert hall, which opened in 1907 and has hosted such legendary acts as Duke Ellington, Van Morrison, the Grateful Dead and Bobby McFerrin. With a capacity of 650, the Great American Music Hall continues to book top touring artists from around the globe, and was voted “Best Place To See Live Music” in 2007 & 2008 by San Francisco Weekly.
Live @ Great American Music Hall – Headlining show!
Friday, July 3rd
10PM, $12, 21+
859 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco
Tickets available online at webookbands.com
or by Phone at 323-782-0401
“Best Place To See Live Music” 2007 & 2008 Winner – SF Weekly
“Uplifting, powerful…If you’re a fan of Billy Joel, Ryan Adams, and Elton John, David Baron’s refreshing piano pop rock will not disappoint.”
– yodigit.com, Featured Review