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The Great American Music Hall

From early 1900's raucous Barbary Coast entertainment, to swanky nightclubbing in the 30's and 40's, to 1950's Moose Lodge meeting house, the Great American Music Hall is an embodiment of San Francisco history. Nearly a century old and currently operating as a (mostly music) entertainment venue, this institution has seen the likes of Duke Ellington, Sarah Vaughn, Van Morrison and the Grateful Dead grace its stage.

Towering columns of marble, elaborate balconies, and intricate ceiling frescos continue a grand architectural tradition. Modern amenities in the kitchen, bar and sound system, and a spacious dance floor round out the experience for current visitors. The venue is available for rent and is suitable for parties, product launches, and other special events.

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