Travelzoo Special Offer

Travelzoo Special Offer

The luminous new SFJAZZ Center is the first stand-alone structure in the country built specifically for jazz. The San Francisco Chronicle calls it "One of the most perfect performances spaces ever".

For a limited time only, Travelzoo members can save 25% on these upcoming shows. But hurry, as seats will go fast!

Thursday, May 1, 7:30pm

Violinist and SFJAZZ Resident Artistic Director Regina Carter takes us on a musical journey that traces her grandfather’s roots as a coal miner in rural Alabama and celebrates the joyous music that infused her early childhood.

Friday, May 2, 7:30pm

Violinist and SFJAZZ Resident Artistic Director Regina Carter takes us on a musical journey that traces her grandfather’s roots as a coal miner in rural Alabama and celebrates the joyous music that infused her early childhood.

Sunday, May 11, 7:00pm

A uniquely audacious trio that has crossed into the mainstream to draw jazz fans and rock aficionados alike. The Bad Plus rose to fame about a decade ago by transforming pop and rock anthems like Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man,” Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and Queen’s “We Are the Champions” into epic improvisational journeys.

Friday, May 23, 7:30pm

Miguel Zenón’s telepathic quartet is augmented by percussion master Héctor “Tito” MatosViento de Agua ensemble, and focuses on the rhythmically-charged material from the leader’s fusion of jazz and Puerto Rican folk music, Esta Plena.

Sunday, June 1, 7:00PM

Maverick guitarist Marc Ribot brings his sublimely expressive jazz trio to SFJAZZ Center. Consisting of Ribot, bass legend Henry Grimes and drummer Ches Smith, the band was formed from the rhythm section of his Spiritual Unity band, a group devoted to re-creating the music of iconic saxophonist Albert Ayler.

Thursday, June 5, 7:30pm

Pianist and composer Jason Moran is well known for crossing musical genres, blending jazz, blues, hip-hop, rock and classical music into his performances. This evening, he collaborates with the Grammy-nominated ensemble, Imani Winds. Formed in 1997, the wind quintet has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Disney Hall, Kennedy Center and festivals worldwide.