August Hall is located at 420 Mason St
Varies depending on events
Now the nightclub August Hall (previously the well known Ruby Skye), the location originally built in the 1890s as a Victorian Playhouse by celebrated architect August Headman. At August Hall, patrons will find live music and entertainment with special events, three lively full bars, and superbly prepared food. The club is separated into three rooms. The distinct separations between the rooms create the Music Hall, with sprawling its 32-foot ceilings, 100 year old architecture, and new drapery outlining its historic stained glass windows, the Green Room which is a plush cocktail room serves as a luxe escape from the energy of The Music Hall, and the Fifth Arrow which A cocktail, dining and gaming parlor (complete with three bowling lanes) located downstairs from the August Hall lobby. August Hall has been built to be a flexible, multidisciplinary event space with a design that pays homage to the great history of the building.
- August Hall is formerly Ruby Skye.
- August Hall has become more of a music venue than a SF nightclub.
- Food will be served in this venue.
Where is August Hall located?
August Hall is located between Geary St & Post St in Union Square.
How much is cover charge at August Hall?
August Hall will be a ticket-only concert venue.
How long will I have to wait at August Hall?
Expect to wait anywhere from 0-10 min depending on when you arrive.
When is August Hall open?
August Hall is open when there is an event.
What are the best nights to go to August Hall?
Depends on the show.
What is the dress code at August Hall?
Dress casual but avoid tank tops and flip flops/sandals.
How much do drinks cost at August Hall?
Expect to pay $5-10 for drinks.
What kind of music do they play at August Hall?
August Hall features mostly live music performances.
Where can I find a list of upcoming events / DJs at August Hall?
You can download the Discotech app to see upcoming events, and book tables for August Hall.
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