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We want your experience at San Francisco Ballet to be extraordinary. Dress up in your best finery, or feel free to come as you are. Your anticipation will build as you approach the majestic War Memorial Opera House. Arrive early and join us for a drink and an elegant buffet dinner, or reserve a light bite and some bubbly to enjoy during intermission. After a performance, make it an evening to remember with a late-night party at one of the fabulous restaurants in trendy Hayes Valley.

 

Getting Here

The Opera House is centrally located and easy to get to. SF Ballet encourages the use of public transit, but the Opera House is also convenient to several nearby parking garages.

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Opera House Dining

Explore the dining options in the Opera House or email operahousepreorder@ggcatering.com to preorder your drink and beat the lines at intermission.

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Explore the Neighborhood

The Hayes Valley district is just steps away from the Opera House, which means there are plenty of great dining spots and boutique stores. And there’s a wonderful neighborhood green space within walking distance.

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Ticket Options

Get your tickets your way—online, by phone, or in person. Want the very best seats? Want to bring a big group and save? Interested in a bargain? Check out all our ticket programs. 

Ticket Options
Group Tickets

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Time to Get Ready!

Get excited! Here are some helpful links for an enjoyable first time.

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Opera House & Accessibility

Explore the majestic Opera House and learn about our efforts to provide easy access for all patrons.

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Visit the Ballet Shop Online

Pre- and Post-Performance Events

Company artists and visiting scholars invite you to delve deeper into that evening’s performance.

Meet the Artist
Pointes of View

Best Photo Spots

Explore the beauty of the Opera House. Check out our top photo opportunities to take your best sharable moment.

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FAQ

Got questions? We've got the answers like what to wear, when to clap, and where to go for the shortest coat check line.

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