Welcome to the 76th season of the nation's longest-running free outdoor music festival!
In 1931, in memory of her late husband, Rosalie Meyer Stern donated the Sigmund Stern Grove to the City of San Francisco to be used exclusively for free-of-charge recreational purposes. It quickly became clear that the Grove's unique terrain and border of eucalyptus trees made the area exceptionally well-suited to outdoor music. A restored clubhouse and $15 million renovation later, the Grove now hosts up to 20,000 picnickers at each concert, and the first "Sunday at the Grove" marks the official start of summer for many a San Franciscan. This year, greats like Deltron 3030, Kronos Quartet, Boz Scaggs, and the San Francisco Symphony are part of the 76th season of the nation's longest-running free outdoor music festival.