All Concerts in Oakland
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Renee Rapp with Alexander 23 on Monday October 2 at 8:00 pm at Fox Theater - Oakland in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Renee Rapp with Alexander 23 on Tuesday October 3 at 7:00 pm at Fox Theater - Oakland in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Flipturn on Wednesday October 4 at 8:00 pm at The UC Theatre in Berkeley, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to That Mexican OT on Wednesday October 4 at 8:00 pm at The New Parish in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to LOONA on Thursday October 5 at 7:30 pm at Paramount Theatre Oakland in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Charley Crockett on Thursday October 5 at 8:00 pm at Fox Theater - Oakland in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Snakehips on Friday October 6 at 7:00 pm at The UC Theatre in Berkeley, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Nickel Creek with Hawktail on Friday October 6 at 7:30 pm at Fox Theater - Oakland in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Pink Mountaintops on Friday October 6 at 9:00 pm at The New Parish in Oakland, CA
- (opens in new tab) Find tickets to Snakehips on Saturday October 7 at 8:00 pm at The UC Theatre in Berkeley, CA
About Oakland Concerts
Located on the east side of California’s San Francisco Bay, Oakland is a city of nearly half a million folks. With over 50 neighborhoods throughout the city, Oakland is a melting pot with a warm, sunny climate and a bustling tourist economy. What’s more, this city also has a lively music and concert scene for both locals and tourists to enjoy. Many famous artists have come out of Oakland as well. Legendary hip-hop artist MC Hammer and singer Keyshia Cole were both born in Oakland, CA. Punk rock band, Green Day, also has roots nearby Oakland and has been known to grace the city’s stages. In fact, February 19th was officially declared ‘Green Day Day’ in Oakland in 2016!
Oakland’s music scene has been described as more “experimental” than in other cities. But what was once a city peppered with underground venues in abandoned warehouses, Oakland now offers plenty of top-notch venues for up-and-coming artists to perform.
From The Sound Room to The Legionnaire Saloon, locals no longer feel the need to pop over to San Francisco to catch a show or perform. Fox Theater and Complex Oakland are other live music venues worth checking out. From pop and hip-hop to jazz and bluegrass, Oakland’s musical genres are varied and ever-changing.
What concert venues are located in Oakland?
There are plenty of great places to hear live music in Oakland. The New Parish is known for its reggae jams, while Yoshi's Jazz Club offers smooth blues and delicious Japanese cuisine. Of course, larger venues include the Paramount Theatre and the Oakland Metro Operahouse. For a more hipster vibe, head uptown to Bar 355 or The Stork Club. Looking for a cool dive bar with live music? Stop by Eli’s Mile High Club or The Golden Bull for a fun night out. For the A-list performance, be sure to check the schedule of Oakland Arena, home to the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and a popular spot for big-time concerts.
How much do concert tickets in Oakland cost?
Oakland is one of the top concert destinations in the country, with a wide variety of venues and performances. For a look at ticket prices for upcoming concerts, scroll to the top of the page and see events today, this weekend, and this week.
What music festivals take place in Oakland?
With more and more folks flocking to Oakland for its music scene, there are more festivals and events in this city than ever before. In fact, each July, Oakland hosts the Art + Soul Festival in the city’s downtown area. The Eastlake Music Festival is a free outdoor festival that celebrates Oakland music and draws in many people from the Bay Area. One of the city’s newer events is called the Blurry Vision Festival. This two-day hip-hop and R&B celebration is a local favorite.
Tips for attending concerts in Oakland
If you’re visiting the Bay Area, the greatest tip of all is knowing about Oakland in the first place. Just 40 minutes from San Francisco, Oakland offers rising talent, affordable venues and plenty of dive bars to enjoy a drink and a show. To avoid the stress and high costs of parking, take the city’s BART train to get around town.