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Fri, Feb 8. 9PM-12AM

Shake up your night with some of the Bay Area’s best bartenders, and enjoy inventive libations, cocktail-related science programs, delectable bites, and much more—all to celebrate 50 years of curiosity with the Exploratorium.

Fri-Sat, Feb 8-9. 8PM

MTT unleashes the forces of the Orchestra in Tchaikovsky's barnstorming symphony. Also, experience the “brilliant and incisive” (Chicago Tribune) Gil Shaham in Sergei Prokofiev’s warmly romantic Violin Concerto No. 1. Famous for his formidable technique and generosity of spirit, Shaham ranks among the greatest violinists of our time. 

Fri-Sun, Feb 8-10. Times Vary

The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show enters its 33rd year in 2019. Works range from the finest textiles and rugs from North Africa, Asia, North America, and India to remarkable stone and wood carvings from Indonesia, Africa, and Oceania.

Sat, Feb 9. 7PM-10PM

Hop back to the 1950s with live music from The Ely Brothers + The Doubletake Band, dancing, and retro libations. Reflect on the history of romance at the Presidio with a mini pop-up exhibit of Love Letters & Stories from the Presidio’s military days. Come shake, rattle, and roll!

Sat-Sun, Feb 9-Apr 7. Times Vary

The first exhibition at the Fine Arts Museums dedicated to the work of Paul Gauguin (1848–1903), this exceptional display features more than fifty Gauguin paintings, wood carvings, and ceramics. Borrowed from the renowned collections of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, the show will be on view for the first time in San Francisco.

Events Coming Soon:

11th Annual San Francisco Salsa Rueda Festival Fri-Sun, Feb 15-17. Times Vary

Mostly British Film Festival 2019 Fri-Sun, Feb 15-21. Times Vary

Friends Live Fri-Sun, Feb 15-Mar 2. Times Vary

Violet Sat-Sun, Feb 16-Mar 17. Times Vary

North Bay

Fri-Sun, Feb 8-10. Times Vary

Celebrate the peak of migration season with guided bird walks, self-guided walks, a wildlife expo, and an art show at San Francisco Bay Flyway Festival in Vallejo.

Fri-Sun, Feb 8-17. Times Vary

Count the murders in this comic thriller and you’ll be wrong. Deathtrap twists and turns with devilish cleverness, thrills and plenty of laughter along the way. Nominated for four Tony Awards, Deathtrap ran on Broadway for a record four years.

Sat, Feb 9. 12PM-8PM

For the first time, Napa's breweries have come together to invite the public to spend the day exploring the future of Napa craft beer.

Sat, Feb 9. 6PM-10PM

Join the Pueblo Vista Elementary School Parent Faculty Club for a kid-free evening of style, talented musicians, and dancing! Proceeds fund the school.

Sun, Feb 10. 2PM-4PM

Gather the little ones for a sweet treat just in time for Valentine’s Day – cookie decorating! The Village's talented pastry team will supply all the toppings; just bring your child’s imagination. After, your little ones will take home their beautiful (and tasty!) creations.

Events Coming Soon:

Bubbles for Every Occasion Fri, Feb 15. 6PM-7:15PM

Hamlet Fri-Sun, Feb 15-17. 8PM

Napa Valley Wine Train Fri-Sun, Feb 15-17. Times Vary

Farce of Habit Fri-Sun, Feb 15-23. Times Vary

35th Annual American Indian Art Show Sat-Sun, Feb 16-17. Times Vary

East Bay

Fri-Sun, Feb 8-10. Times Vary

Recognized as one of the largest and most prestigious antiquarian book fairs in the world, this three-day event features the collections and rare treasures of nearly 200 booksellers from over 20 countries.

Sat, Feb 9. 5:30PM-8:30PM

Local biergarten Brotzeit Lokal's staff is required to attend beer school twice per year! Now you can, too. Taste traditional German beer styles while learning about history as well as brewing techniques used to make these unique and popular beers.

Sat, Feb 9. 6PM-10PM

Join local cardiac charity Gable Heart Beats for a night of fundraising and lively music! Dinner, drinks, live auction and dueling pianos featuring Bay Area favorites: Dave and Travis. Your attendance and generosity help prevent sudden cardiac arrest and save lives.

Sat, Feb 9. Times Vary

The UC Berkeley Botanical Garden's annual tradition returns with a lovely botanical tea in honor of Valentine’s Day. Enjoy a celebration of herbs and flowers at this educational walk and tea party. Finish the fun by making valentines from pressed botanicals to take home.

Sun, Feb 10. 11AM-3PM

Join OACC for a free Lunar New Year Celebration to welcome the Year of the Boar! Experience cultural performances, games, crafts and more.

Events Coming Soon:

West Side Story Fri-Sun, Feb 15-Mar 17. Times Vary

Bollywood Berkeley 2019 Sat, Feb 16. 5PM-8:30PM

Monster Jam Sat-Sun, Feb 16-17. Times Vary

Carolee Carmello Concert Sun, Feb 17. 7PM


Fri-Sun, Feb 8-Mar 3. Times Vary

Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece sizzles in this hot tale of the ties that bind. On a steamy night on the Mississippi Delta the Pollitt Plantation swarms with angst as the family gathers to celebrate the 65th birthday of their hot-tempered patriarch, Big Daddy. The heat begins to rise as the Southern family is thrust into crisis when Big Daddy announces he must choose one of his sons to inherit his estate. 

Fri-Sun, Feb 8-Mar 22. 5:30PM-7:30PM

CSMA and the City of Mountain View present Explore Identity Through Art, a collaborative exhibition created by faculty and students in CSMA's Art4Schools program.

Sat, Feb 9. 1PM-5PM

A celebration of the best local beer from Monterey to Livermore, and all points in between. Locally produced beer, live music, great mobile eats. This is the biggest and best festival in the South Bay and beyond during SF Beer Week. 30+ breweries attending are local, within 150 miles of San Jose.

Sat, Feb 9. 8PM

Having amassed over 1 billion streams globally and 750 million YouTube video views in the years since, 2CELLOS have taken the cello to unimagined heights as their signature style breaks down the boundaries between genres of music, from classical and film music to pop and rock.

Sun, Feb 10. 2:30PM

The Bay Area Steinway Society is proud to present highly-regarded Russian pianist, composer, and transcriptionist Vyacheslav Gryaznov. He has gathered acclaim at Berlin Philharmonie and Carnegie Hall, among others, and his piano transcriptions have skyrocketed to the top 10 piano music list of Schott Publishing, a world leader in sheet music sales.

Events Coming Soon:

I due Foscari Fri-Sun, Feb 15-24. Times Vary

San Jose Jazz Winter Fest Fri-Sun, Feb 15-27. Times Vary

Beau Jest Fri-Sun, Feb 15-Mar 10. Times Vary

Painting Symbols with Judy Gittelsohn Sat-Sun, Feb 16-17. 10AM

King Lear Sun, Feb 17. Times Vary
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