Show Info

2016 Show Info

Date and Time

Thursday, December 31, 2015
8pm – 3am

Doors open at 7pm
BOX OFFICE opens at 6pm
GA – All Ages / VIP – 21+
(no ins & outs)

Getting to THE BIG ONE

We strongly encourage you to take public or alternate means of transportation. MUNI and BART stop at Civic Center station which is just a short walk to the venue. Please see our Directions page for more info on public transportation, bicycling or driving to the event.

 

The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
99 Grove St (@ Polk Street)
San Francisco, CA
94102 (MAP/Directions)

 

Tickets

Bring your ticket! If you have not received your ticket, please check if you selected the PRINT-AT-HOME option. If you do not have a printer, ask a friend or visit a local library to print one page for ten cents.

We can also scan MOBILE TICKETS.  Pull up your eTicket:

1) Sign in to Ticketmaster on your smartphone
2) Select your order
3) Bookmark your ticket

Need more info? Please email thebigonesf@gmail.com

Food

VIP’s will get complementary tapas provided by Presidio Pizza. BBC will also run several food booths as well. YES you can pack a bag lunch. No drinks, bottles cans or otherwise, however. Empty, clear plastic water bottles are ok.

Bars

This is an all ages / VIP – 21+ event, so EVERYONE who intends on drinking will be carefully carded and wristbanded. There are numerous bars throughout the venue, serving the full range of beverages until 2am, and non‐alcoholic drinks until closing.

ATMs

There will be a number of ATMs located at the venue.

Security/Safety

Our primary goal is to create a safe and secure environment for all festival attendees. To ensure this, there will be on-site security provided by local police and private security companies. If you’re experiencing any problems whatsoever, locate a festival staff member, security guard, or police officer.

Medical

Rock Medicine will be on-site to help you with any type of medical problem. If you need assistance, go to the medical tent, or look for a police officer or festival staff member. Rock Medicine has been providing medical services at concerts for 35 years.

What You Can Bring

– Factory sealed water bottles
– Personal food items
– Empty Camelbaks
– Clear plastic water bottles
– Personal sized bags, purses and backpacks
– Hula hoops
– Personal Cameras
– Totems (Must be no taller than 6 ft. and no thicker than 1/2 inch. Must be made of light material: swim noodles, foam, cardboard tubes, fabric, string, yarn, light plastic, baloons and/or blow-up items.)

What You Can’t Bring

– Illegal/unauthorized vending
– Illegal substances and/or drug paraphernalia
– Alcohol (will be sold inside the event)
– Coolers
– Glass containers or cans
– Large or framed backpacks
– Professional video or audio recording equipment
– Professional still camera equipment with a detachable lens
– Weapons of any kind including firearms, explosives, etc
– Staves, Sticks or Wands
– Skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles
– Flyers/handbills/marketing materials
– Strollers
– Pets (except animals that assist people with disabilities)
– Drones
– Umbrellas
– Stickers
– Totems made of wood, metal and/or PVC material
– Instruments
– Toys that will hinder other patrons experiences

 

More QUESTIONS? Please email them to thebigonesf@gmail.com