San Francisco Chronicle Presents Opera in the Park

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Ring in the new season with Opera in the Park, a free outdoor concert dedicated to celebrating community and artistry at San Francisco Opera.

Opera in the Park is the perfect opportunity to get a sneak peek at the performers who will be headlining our fall shows, including Romeo and Juliet and Billy Budd. The concert is a mix of operatic favorites, pop classics, and songs from new and upcoming productions.

Bring your picnic blanket and enjoy the majesty of opera in the great outdoors at Robin Williams Meadow in Golden Gate Park.

Who It's For

Open to the public

When

Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 1:30pm

Where

Robin Williams Meadow, Golden Gate Park

Cost

FREE

Opera in the Park

Accessible Seating and Drop-Off

An accessible seating section and restrooms are provided at the Opera in the Park performance. Accessible seating is not assigned prior to the concert and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Pedestrian ADA drop-off area is on the north side of Bowling Green Drive and there is limited accessible parking. In order to get to the ADA drop-off area, you will need to enter Golden Gate Park from Martin Luther King Drive at Lincoln Way and drive up Nancy Pelosi Drive. Please note, as there is limited availability, there will be barricades, but park staff will be able to offer assistance.

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Transportation Options

Bicycle valet – San Francisco Opera has organized a bicycle valet parking area in conjunction with San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. The parking area is stationed on the East side of the meadow and can hold up to 250 bicycles. It is available to all attendees free of charge from 8am – 5:30pm. 

Muni – Muni lines available that day are the 5, 7, 21, 33, and N.

Rideshare – Uber/Lyft and other ridesharing options are highly encouraged. There is no designated drop-off/pick-up area for this event. 

San Francisco Chronicle Presents Opera in the Park is made possible, in part, by Opening Weekend Grand Sponsor Diane B. Wilsey. Additional support provided by William and Gretchen Kimball Fund.