From the Golden Gate Park Band:
Concerts are free of charge and take place at the Spreckels Temple of Music in the Music Concoursein Golden Gate Park.
Regular Sunday concerts start at 1 p.m. and usually end between 2:30 and 2:45. There is no intermission.
All concerts that feature music of specific nationalities or cultures include costumed guest performers, dancers, singers, and speakers who will enlighten and entertain.
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We would like to thank everyone who donated to the Golden Gate Park Band during 2020 and 2021. Please accept our thanks and gratitude for your kindness and generosity. We have missed performing and look forward to seeing all of you on August 1, 2021, for the first of eleven concerts.
The band will present 11 free concerts between August 1 and October 3 in addition to Labor Day, September 6, 2021. The concerts are approximately 90 minutes in length, and program information will be posted on the GGPB website as it becomes available. The tentative schedule follows:
August 1—Welcome Back Concert
August 8—Video game music and more
August 15—Hungarian Cultural Celebration
August 22—Ukrainian Cultural Celebration
August 29—The Music of Disney/Pixar
September 5-6—Labor Day Celebration
September 12—Movies and more
September 19—Irish Cultural Celebration
September 26—Jazz, America’s Music
October 3—Season Finale
Programs subject to change. Check back often for updates.
The Golden Gate Park Band has been presenting free concerts in Golden Gate Park for 139 years thanks to the generous support of San Francisco Grants for the Arts and public donations. Thank you for supporting the arts in San Francisco.
For more information, go to: https://goldengateparkband.org
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I used to hear the Strauss waltz’s in the backyards between 7-8th ave and Irving in the 60’s. It was lovely.