Another Home Field Hit: San Francisco’s Hotel Utah joins Ticketfly!

Jul. 21, 2011

It’s always nice to get a new client who’s just down the block from HQ. San Francisco’s Hotel Utah has some rich history, and continues to stand strong after more than 100 years. If Ticketfly were a baby, then Hotel Utah would be our great granddaddy, nostalgically retelling stories of those wild prohibition days. Grounded in the city’s South of Market district, The Utah is a place of tasty bites (which is why we frequently have lunch meetings there!), cheap drinks and a concert almost every night of the week. The traditional saloon was built in 1908, and quickly became a regular hang out spot for gamblers, hustlers and politicians alike.

Fast forward to 1977, Paul Gaer bought the landmark and turned it into a radical venue to support local music, experimental art, writers, comedy and theater. Ever since the transformation, The Utah has gained a reputation for having one of the most generous stages in the city. Speaking of local, they also host a killer weekly open mic night, some say it’s the best in San Francisco! Take a look at the calendar, it’s chock full of Bay Area bands, unsigned up-and-comers as well as national acts such as Eleanor Friedberger of The Fiery Furnaces! And you’ll have a much better time going to and looking for shows, since we hooked them up fancy-style with a fully branded website, made the way they like.

Here are a few more upcoming shows to get excited about: Bear Hands, Ludo, and Jim Ward. And don’t forget to try the mac n cheese!

Buddy up with The Hotel Utah online, and drop in for a good time!
Hotel Utah Website (New! Provided by Ticketfly’s snazzy designers. Fully integrated with Ticketfly’s Backstage.)
Hotel Utah on Facebook
Hotel Utah on Ticketfly
Hotel Utah on Twitter

Hotel Utah Open Mic w/host Brendan Getzell from 200pockets on Vimeo.

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