I purchased 11 tickets for Paris Combo in April! The tickets are at the group rate of $32 (this includes a $4 box office surcharge; $7 off the regular price) for the midsection.
Here is the link to the event to take a look:
This group is awesome, and it's the first concert to interest me in a long time. I used to listen to their music when I was living in Paris. I have two of their albums, including their live two-CD album ("Paris Combo Live"), which is incredible. I think their most famous single, which you may have heard on the radio, is called "Living Room."
The rsvp requires payment by PayPal ($33.23 = $32 + $1.23 PayPal fee).
From the East Bay to Theatre Parking:
Cross the Bay Bridge. Follow the signs to the 9th Street exit. Stay in the right-hand lane. Go one block and turn right onto 9th Street. Stay in the left-hand lane. Immediately after Market Street, veer left onto Hayes Street. Then:
1. Right on Van Ness Avenue (look for signs to the Golden Gate Bridge)
2. Left on Lombard Street; once on Lombard, get into the right-hand lane
3. Right on Divisadero Street
4. Left on Marina Boulevard, then immediately move into the right lane
5. Turn right on Yacht Road and follow signs for Palace of Fine Arts / Exploratorium parking (lot is next to the St. Francis Yacht Club).
5. Continue on Marina onto Mason Street. The alternate parking lot will be on your left (see map). Please note that there is a walkway from this lot to the back of the main Theater lot.
NOTE: Avoid bearing left on Marina Boulevard; that stretch of Marina Boulevard turns into an onramp for Highway 101 and the Golden Gate Bridge. If you inadvertently end up on the approach to the Bridge, don’t worry; you’ll have a chance to exit to the right just before the toll plaza. You can then make your way back to the Palace of Fine Arts through the Presidio, or use the directions “From the North Bay,” above.
The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre has convenient access to public transportation. We are accessible by San Francisco Muni buses #30, #43, #28, and #29. Muni bus lines #22, #41, and #45 also stop in the vicinity. From Fisherman’s Wharf take the #30 Stockton bus. For more information, call Muni at (415)[masked] or check the SFMTA trip planner.
If you’re taking BART, get off at the Montgomery Street station, walk one half-block up Market Street to Third Street, and catch the #30 Stockton bus on the corner.
Virtually all downtown-bound Golden Gate Transit buses stop nearby the Theatre. Ask your driver for directions or call Golden Gate Transit Information at 511 (toll-free) or[masked] (outside the Bay Area).