At Another Planet Event Group, we produce events in venues around the world. From world class entertainment venues to your private country club, your home office or anywhere else you can imagine, we can help you create the private concert event that your guests will always remember.
Our event production relationships in the San Francisco Bay Area extend to unforgettable locations such as AT&T Park, the California Academy of Sciences, five-star hotel ballrooms and beyond.
Another Planet Event Group is the official event producer and operator at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and The Independent in San Francisco, and the Fox Theater in Oakland.
99 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Built in 1915, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium has been San Francisco's cultural epicenter for over a century. As the cornerstone of Civic Center Plaza, the Civic is a Beaux Arts architectural wonder that is listed on the National Register. The building has hosted a variety of events from the Democratic National Convention in 1920 to being the home court for the Golden State Warriors from 1964-1966. With a flexible capacity that holds from 1,000 to 7,500 people, the venue is equipped to host everything from private special events to large corporate conferences.
In 2010, Another Planet Entertainment took over management and operations of the Bill Graham Civic and continues to book hundreds of concerts and special events in the historic building. Past events include concerts by Radiohead, Madonna and Kings of Leon, and a speaking engagement by the Dalai Lama.
1807 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA 94612
When the Fox Theater first opened its doors in 1928, more than 20,000 patrons gathered to visit. Even in the heyday of elaborate movie palaces, the Fox stood out. The architecture of the buff brick and terra cotta structure has long defied definition, being variously described as Indian, Moorish and Medieval. At the time, the San Francisco Chronicle called it "different, novel and mystic," noting "its spaciousness, luxurious appointments and beautiful designs."
After closing its doors in 1966, the Fox Theater underwent an extensive $75 million renovation before reopening in 2009. The multiuse renovation project features a state-of-the-art theater with a flexible capacity that accommodates from 1,800 to 2,800 guests. The multiple seating configurations include general admission, cabaret style seating and reserved seating.
The theater serves as the flagship live music venue for Another Planet Entertainment and has played host to a wide range of emerging and world-renowned artists such as The Black Keys, Nas & Damian Marley, Bob Dylan, Kylie Minogue, My Morning Jacket, The Chemical Brothers, Paul Simon, Vampire Weekend and Green Day.
Now the centerpiece of Oakland's revitalized Uptown District, The Fox is close to fine dining, a thriving nightlife scene, and 2,000 new residential units. It is conveniently located within a half a block of BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and is only a 12-minute train ride from San Francisco and a 9-minute ride from Berkeley.
628 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
The Independent is the latest incarnation of one of San Francisco's most diverse rooms and has quickly become one of the premier live music venues of its size in the United States. With a guest capacity of 500, it's the perfect space for private concert events, whether a corporate reception, birthday celebration, launch event or a holiday party.
Since opening in 2004, the venue has hosted over 2,000 shows. Many of today's best known and emerging artists have played The Independent, including Beck, Bon Iver, Green Day, Dave Chappelle, Sonic Youth and John Legend.
The Independent, located in the heart of the city, is proud to be part of the burgeoning growth and improvement of the NOPA district around Divisadero Street, now home to some of the best restaurants and shops in San Francisco. With a continuous schedule of new and eclectic performers on stage, the Independent plays a vital role in San Francisco's storied live music past, present and future.