Each year a line-up of impressive storytellers take the stage in front of Bay Area families, who gather with their listening ears on.
Best date night ever? Dinner in SF and a stroll through the Museum of Ice Cream. But only if you plan ahead.
Guests of all ages are encouraged to partake in this playground of chromatic splendor and explore the possibilities of hue.
A family-friendly arena show with 25 Marvel heroes performing martial arts, aerial stunts, and motocross!
Dinosaur lovers will not want to miss this! T-REX PLANET invites families to get up close to over 40 life-like dinosaurs.
Ticketed events you may want to plan for, in January and beyond.
Tickets for this loud, action-packed, dirty truck adventure start at only $15. If you like truck tricks and crashes, Monster Jam is the best!
Want to see the Nutcracker in Oakland? Here are some lovely holiday performances to choose from including larger- and small-scale theaters.
From October 16 through November 6th, weekend shows of Seussical play in Berkeley at the Freight and Salvage. Best for 3 & up.
Splish Splash is all about the wonders of water in a Theatre for the Very Young Show aimed right at the attention spans of children age 0 to 4!
Disney on Ice comes to Oakland: Join Mickey Mouse and friends on a journey to Africa with Simba, deep under the sea with Ariel, Neverland and Arendelle.
A Year with Frog and Toad has great stories, songs, and staging for kids as young as 3. If your family likes the books, the musical is a ton of fun!
The big circus is coming to Oakland! From Aug 18-22, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus presents a new show, OUT OF THIS WORLD (no elephants!)
Weird Al Yankovic is bringing his high-energy comedy rock show to the Bay Area with stops in San Jose and Rohnert Park. See you there?
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the smash hit Broadway musical, is back in San Francisco at the SHN Orpheum Theatre and tickets are available (discount).