Concerts In San Francisco Valentine’s Day Weekend: February 14 – 16, 2020


Happy Valentine’s Day Weekend to all you Bay Area folks out there. Looking for some options for live music to take that special someone to? Here’s a breakdown of concerts happening around the San Francisco Bay Area this Valentine’s Day Weekend.

Dark Star Orchestra & Jerry’s Guitars

Jeff Mattson of Dark Star Orchestra will play two guitars once owned and used by Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead during a pair of DSO shows at The Warfield in San Francisco. Mattson will use Jerry Garcia’s Martin D28 acoustic guitar on February 14 and Garcia’s Fender Stratocaster — Alligator — on February 15.

Antibalas Brings Afrobeat To The Bay

Fresh off the release of their new album Fu Chronicles via Daptone Records on February 7, there are three Bay Area Antibalas shows for those interested in high energy Afrobeat.

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong & Goose Land Out West

Funk jam favorites Pigeons Playing Ping Pong are teaming up with rising rockers Goose for two shows this weekend. The two bird bands will flock to Great American Music Hall Friday before flying over to The Regency Ballroom on Saturday night.

Two Chances to See North Mississippi Allstars

There’s a pair of chances to see brothers Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson and the North Mississippi Allstars at two different venues this weekend.

Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Wrap Up Residency At Sweetwater

Grateful Dead/Dead & Company guitarist Bob Weir conludes a five-night residency at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley with his trio. Joining Bobby in the group are drummer Jay Lane and bassist Don Was.

More Concerts in San Francisco this Weekend

But wait… there’s more! Here are some more of our top picks if you’re looking to Go See Live Music in San Francisco this weekend.

Want more? Click here for all upcoming San Francisco Bay Area concerts, and don’t forget to stop by next week for more San Francisco concerts.