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Live Nation announced the re-opening of the Masonic in San Francisco, following a multi-million dollar renovation project that took place during spring and summer 2014. The Masonic will open its doors in September and include a line-up this fall that includes Train, Daryl Hall & John Oates, The 1975, Old Crow Medicine Show and others.
Located at the top of San Francisco’s historic Nob Hill, the Masonic’s re-opening will unveil a transformed space in the Bay Area. Renovations include a new concert stage; sound system tailored specifically to the room; VIP room for 300, with views of Nob Hill, San Francisco and the Bay; VIP boxes with wait service and private restrooms; and a new general admission open floor with tiered levels, bringing the venue’s general admission capacity to 3,300.
As a result of the upgrades, the uses of the Masonic have expanded—general admission concerts, seated concerts, private receptions, meetings and classroom-style events, or private dinners with entertainment on stage. The new Masonic is now a venue for concerts and special events.