Bottom of the Hill (San Francisco, CA)

Chosen by Rolling Stone magazine (RS 813) as "the best place to hear live music in San Francisco"-- and voted "Best Rock Club" by SF Bay Guardian's readers for countless years, including 2008-2012-- the Bottom of the Hill presents some of the finest original artists, nearly seven nights a week.

Featuring emerging acts from around the globe as well as our own backyard, Bottom of the Hill's music spans the spectrum from alternative, rock-a-billy, punk, and hard rock, to folk, funk, hip hop, and pop.

Some of the amazing acts that cut their teeth here:
- Marilyn Manson ('94)
- The White Stripes
- The Black Keys
- Korn and the Deftones (double bill in '95)
- Kid Rock
- The Strokes
- The Arcade Fire
- Green Day
- Oasis
- Beastie Boys (playing under the name Quasar in '96)
- Alanis Morissette
- Cake (played as Cake and also a “secret” show under the name Sporting Riot)
- Pavement
- Lush
- Sleater-Kinney

We're equipped with a full bar, a kitchen that stays open late and a patio area where guests can escape the crowd. The club is also available for private parties, showcases and other events.

1233 17th St
San Francisco, California


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