Experience world-class symphony, opera, dance, world music and more in an unparalleled outdoor setting. The newly renovated concert meadow is best known as the home of the Stern Grove Festival, a beloved San Francisco institution that presents free cultural performances every summer. Come early, bring a picnic and relax on the groomed lawn amid eucalyptus and pine groves.
There’s more than music on the menu: historic Stern Grove is a full outdoor recreation complex with athletic fields, courts, a children’s playground and dog play area. Play tennis or croquet, pitch horseshoes or toss a Frisbee. Walk or jog around Pine Lake, or reserve Trocadero House for private events.
The 80th season of the the Stern Grove Festival is in full swing! The Festival features free Sunday concerts throughout the summer. Every year since 1938, the Stern Grove Festival Association, in partnership with SF Rec and Park, presents an admission-free performing arts series in Sigmund Stern Grove’s beautiful outdoor amphitheater … Continue reading
Scaregrove, our annual family-friendly Halloween event at Sigmund Stern Grove, happens on Friday, October 28, from 3-9 p.m., featuring costume contests, haunted houses, hay rides, carnival rides, giant inflatables, food for sale … Continue reading
What better way to spend your Sunday afternoons this summer than enjoying world-class music in an idyllic park setting? Come enjoy the 79th season of the Stern Grove Festival, June 19-August 21, featuring free concerts at Sigmund Stern Grove. This year’s lineup includes George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, the O’Jays, … Continue reading
Celebrate a new tradition of giving Volunteer for #GivingTuesday Stern Grove Festival, in partnership with the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, will lead volunteers in park beautification projects at Stern Grove. … Continue reading
By Mary Ellen Hunt The gray fog rolled back just in time to allow sunlight to bathe the Sigmund Stern Grove, where San Francisco Ballet gave its annual free outdoor performance on Sunday, July 26. It was a welcome return for the company, which skipped last year’s Stern Grove Festival; … Continue reading