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Historic independent theater arts community
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Bohemian arts scene in downtown SF location. Heart of Union Square. Two intimate theaters (75 and 60 seats) with two bars. Corp. meetings, parties, celebrations, film shoots, etc. one of a kind type of venue. Everyone loves it here as they can feel the vibrancy.
THE MEETING LOFT SF: Full-service & versatile
  • $195/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
The Producer's Loft Studio is located in the heart of San Francisco's culture-rich Mission District. A short 4-min. walk from the 24th Street / Mission BART Station and steps from numerous restaurants and eateries. This TURN-KEY studio comes with a full grip equipment and studio support package, camera-ready chef's kitchen w/pantry, white cyclorama, black limbo, green screen and location style shooting options. A beautiful garden patio and art gallery entrance greet visitors. We regularly host the top technology and medical companies along with national and international production companies for meetings, video and television productions and photography. The studio is a fast, organized and clean facility with many options and turn-key solutions.
Trendy Bar & Restaurant with Unique Design
  • $300/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Great place to have drinks and fun with your friends. It’s the perfect location for photoshoots/film Shoots with a unique design. Our iconic space includes many unique features: - The Louis Lounge - Stage - Old fashioned wood-and-mirror bar Youth from the juvenile justice system, foster care, and other situations of abuse or neglect find jobs, training, mentorships, and a caring community at the cafe. These incredible young people learn and run every aspect of the restaurant, from the servers to the chefs. Every dollar you spend at the cafe goes directly back to our programs, empowering youth. The cafe is a 1920s style jazz-themed supper club, based in San Francisco’s Bayview/Hunter’s Point neighborhood, run by youth coming out of the system of incarceration and/or foster care. The restaurant, founded by former corrections officer (and a CNN Hero of the Year) Teresa Goines, provides ground-up training in the hospitality world to eligible youth 16-22, in addition to mentorship and invaluable life skills. Every element of our restaurant - from bussing and dishwashing to cooking and serving - is run by our youth, making a meal at the cafe one of the most unique dining experiences you could have.
World Class Production Space In San Francisco (FLOOR 2)
  • $141/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
Our Huge and very spacious space is perfect for you rehearsals, play or production event need. Book with us now!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Auditorium spaces in San Francisco, CA?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $141 to $300

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About San Francisco

Whether you are visiting San Francisco for the first time, or you have visited many times, there is always something new to see and do in this golden city. San Francisco was founded in 1776 with just a handful of Spanish colonists and today has grown to almost 875 thousand residents of all cultures and countries.

Many people flock to this touristy town in the winter months to get away from the snow and cold weather because it rarely goes below 60 degrees F in San Francisco. You can hang out on the beach, explore some parks, or visit one of the many attractions, and choosing a San Francisco auditorium space is easy.

Interesting Fact: Chinese fortune cookies were invented in 1909 by Makoto Hagiwara who served them in the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park.

Auditorium Space Options in San Francisco

You can rent an auditorium for many reasons such as a concert, convention, party, or even a wedding. Whatever your reason for renting an auditorium space in San Francisco, it will not be hard to find what you need. The city is full of some of the coolest spaces from bare slate to fully furnished.

  • Furniture
    Even if the auditorium is fully furnished, you will likely need something more to go with it. Rarely does a rental come with every single piece of furniture that you need. Some things you may be considering are tables and chairs for dining, seating and accessory tables for socializing, or a dance floor for dancing.

  • Food
    What’s a party if you don’t have food? It does not matter if you have a small group of 50 or a huge group of 5,000, there are many catering companies and restaurants in San Francisco that can help you.

  • Security
    Any kind of public gathering should have some kind of security to keep the peace. Even if you personally know all the people you invited, it is better to be safe than sorry.

  • Décor
    Auditoriums are not usually known for their exciting or stunning décor so if you want it decorated, you will have to do it yourself or hire someone to do it for you.

  • Entertainment
    Thinking of hiring a band, disc jockey, or solo artist? Or maybe your event would be better with a comedian, magician, or mentalist. Whatever kind of entertainment you want, San Francisco has it all and then some.

Auditorium Space Companies in San Francisco

Gathering a group in one large space is fun but there is so much to do. You will need food, security, furniture, décor, and even some entertainment.

  • Abbey Party Rents
    This party and event rental company has been serving North Californians since 1947 for their parties, weddings, and conventions to name a few. Abbey Party Rents boasts a huge catalog of furniture, tents, tableware, linens, and of course, they have tables and chairs. They will even set up a stage or a dance floor for you.
  • James Standfield Catering
    Established in 2001, this full-service catering company will not just prepare and serve your food, but they can also help you plan your event, decorate, and rent you the equipment you may need. Sample menus include breakfast with eggs benedict, fruits, and pastries, lunch with sandwiches, salads, and soups, or dinner with breaded filet of sole, prime rib, or a pesto rack of lamb.

  • GardaWorld
    The world’s largest private security company, GardaWorld deals in leading-edge technology for their security staff as well as alarm systems, physical security, and crisis management. If you need on-site security guards (armed or unarmed), a mobile patrol, or just personal protection, GardaWorld has campuses all over the world and a huge selection of guards to choose from.

Pros and Cons of Auditorium Spaces in San Francisco

You may have been to San Francisco many times or have even lived here, but there are always pros and cons about every city that you need to consider. Getting an auditorium space in San Francisco is great, but there are things you should know.


  • A beautiful city
    It is a beautiful place. From the stunning architecture to the sandy beaches, you cannot beat the view in San Francisco no matter where you happen to be standing.

  • The weather is beautiful too
    You may already know this but the temperature in this city is typically about 65 degrees F no matter what time of year it is. The summer gets up in the 70s and winter may get down to the 50s, but you will not need an extra coat or even an air conditioner.

  • Lots going on
    You can always find a festival, fair, party, or concert somewhere in San Francisco. With such fantastic weather, it is the perfect place to hang out.


  • Too much traffic
    You will not want to take a sightseeing drive unless you let someone else do the driving. Traffic is always bad, daytime and night so choose your auditorium venue carefully.

  • Too much crime
    The crime rate in San Francisco is also high. In fact, 99% of the other cities in California are safer. Stick to safe areas like Potrero, Marina District, and the Financial District.

  • High prices too
    Gas is about triple the cost of some cities in the US and buying a cup of coffee may surprise you. Make sure you shop around before buying or renting anything expensive.

Famous Locations in San Francisco

  • Magic Bus
    Endorsed by NBC, The Examiner, and National Geographic, take a trip back in time on the Magic Bus. You will be delighted by this recreation of the 60s Summer of Love with flowers in your hair and bubbles in the air. For two hours, you can see a variety of attractions and experience some of the best music, film, and theater in the city.

  • Chinatown
    For a different kind of experience, check out the San Francisco Chinatown. Take a guided tour so you can see all of the attractions, dining, and shopping spots or explore on your own. Some of the attractions include the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, the Great Star Theater, and Portsmouth Square.

  • Asian Art Museum
    With one of the largest collections of Asian art in the world, you should not miss this museum in Golden Gate Park. It has over 18,000 pieces, some dating back 6,000 years. Do not miss the 12th century Cambodian Buddha, Tibetan deity Mahakala, Samurai armor, jade treasury, and the Sikh Kingdoms exhibits on display.