February 28th, 2019
Compelling Concerts You Don’t Want to Miss This Spring
Home to Jefferson Airplane, JT the Bigga Figga and Sly Stone, we like to think that the Bay Area sets the bar for emboldening music. With a history of such daring local musicians, it’s only natural that San Francisco attracts transcendent international acts to the stage.
In search of inspiring music that pushes the envelope? Here’s a look at exciting shows headed to San Francisco this spring, all located just steps from Stanford Court Hotel.
March 13 at The Masonic
Guitar-heavy Toronto rockers Metric and the melodic Mexican rock band Zoé come to San Francisco for a night of full sound, promised to test the sound system at The Masonic. Metric is expected to play new songs from its latest album, Art of Doubt, which is doused in guitar riffs.
March 24 at The Masonic
Progressive metal music giants and veterans Dream Theater will tour following the release of their 14th studio album, Distance Over Time. The group secluded themselves in Upstate New York in 2018 to write the album, which is expected to be a break from previous work but just as heavy.
March 26 at The Masonic
This country music star has attracted fans outside of the genre, especially after her successful collaboration with DJ Zedd and Grey, which received three Grammy nominations. Morris begins her world tour the day after the release of her second major album, ‘Girl.’
April 13 at The Masonic
The American Blues legend that doesn’t need an introduction continues to flourish, picking up a Grammy in 2016 for the best albums. During this tour, Guy will be playing along with The Damn Right Blues Band, featuring songs from his latest album, “The Blues Are Alive and Well.”
May 18 at The Masonic
The endlessly creative, brilliant powerhouse Santigold stop in San Francisco as part of her 10-show tour, the “10 Years Golden Tour,” which celebrates 10 years since the release of her debut album.
June 8 at The Masonic
You may have never heard of this London-based artist, but you’ve likely heard her work. Imogen Heap’s resumé spans writing the Broadway score for Harry Potter to contributing to Taylor Swift’s hit ‘1989.’ Don’t miss out on the ethereal compositions that make Heap one of the most exciting artists of our time.
June 26 at The Masonic
Dido is back! After taking off nearly 15 years from performing in large venues, the British singer will perform songs from her fifth album, Still on My Mind.
We at Stanford Court Hotel love local tunes –that’s why we invite you to enjoy our new music room, which features a record player and our favorite vinyls. Book directly with us and enjoy other amenities you can’t find elsewhere.