The Warfield is a premier San Francisco theater in the heart of the city that offers shows, performances, and concerts. This 2,250 seat music venue is situated in the heart of the city which makes the location quite popular among residents and guests of the city. In keeping with its illustrious past, "everyone" has played The Warfield. The entertainment in the 1980's ranged from bands such as The Clash, Grateful Dead and U2, to theatrical productions such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Cantonese Opera from China.
The Warfield, and all of its varied public events has been a beloved San Francisco institution for 86 years with Goldenvoice's new chapter having just begun. The soul of the building ripens with each passing year as new musicians and performers frequent the state.
There are a variety of rules and regulations that must be abided by when frequenting the music venue. There is no professional camera use available, no video equipment allowed, no outside food or beverages, no ins and outs, no chains, no markers, no chewing gum, no weapons of any kind, no babes in arms, and no horse play. The Warfield reserves the right to refuse service to anyone they choose breaking the rules.