From hanging stockings with care to candle lightings, it’s the time of year when holiday traditions take center stage. This year, gather your loved ones and start a new tradition: a concert with the SF Symphony. From A Charlie Brown Christmas to Cirque de la Symphonie, read on to find out why you should book your seats at the Davies Symphony Hall.
Your New Favorite Tradition
Imagine a winter wonderland, where music fills the air, the lobby bustles with activities and shines with gorgeously decorated trees. Add to that festive treats and a renowned symphony, and it’s easy to see why the magic of the SF Symphony should be part of your holidays. And with ticket prices starting at just $15, you can bring the in-laws along, too.
Symphony, Circus Acts & Snoopy
Don’t miss Cirque de la Symphonie, an awe-inspiring evening of great music and spectacular acrobatics on Dec. 6 & 7 that will leave your crew spellbound. And be sure to book early for A Charlie Brown Christmas—featuring singers, dancers and actors performing in front of an animated background—on Dec. 21, 22, 23 & 24. And that’s not all! The SF Symphony has a great line-up of family- and budget-friendly, holiday concerts that bring kids and their grown-ups together in an atmosphere that enchants, entertains and inspires.
Holiday tickets start at just $15. Book your seat at the Symphony today!
What Other Patrons Are Saying
Michael Tilson Thomas is a genius and the SF Symphony is equally impressive.—Art A., Portland, OR
I’ve brought my son to the SF Symphony holiday concerts since he was a toddler and it’s an enchanting tradition that grows with our family. You’re never too young to be exposed to world-class symphony music —Ken P., San Francisco, CA
This place has beautiful acoustics, such that it doesn’t matter where you sit. —Nina B.. San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Symphony is a world-class Symphony orchestra that does an amazing job not only entertaining but fully engaging the San Francisco classical arts community! —Kristie S., Kapolei, HI
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