Union Square Live 2020 season planing under way

Union Square Live, and their generous sponsors, are planning the new, 2020 season of free, live events in Union Square Park, located in downtown San Francisco.

A diverse program of performances

Union Square Live will be presenting another large and very diverse programming season with weekly, free, live music, dance, movies, circus arts and other entertainment from May through October. As a cultural center and tourist mecca, Union Square Park is the perfect public space to experience the rich diversity and cultural history of San Francisco.

Union Square Live is a performance showcase that features live music, theater, dance, film and much more. Artists and performing groups including Moon Alice, Picklewater Free Circus, Halau o’ Keikialli’i, SFSU Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble, Swing in the Square with Slim Jenkins and many more will be presenting vibrant shows that engage and interact with visitors.

Opportunity for local artists

Union Square Live concerts are produced by MJMMG and programmed by Tanoa Stewart with A-Town Agency.

If you are interested in performing at Union Square Live in 2020, contact us and tell us why we should consider adding you to our line up of artists.

Union Square Live Performers

MJMMG’s President | CEO, Mary McCue added,

“What makes San Francisco great is not just its natural beauty or its parks but its vibrant, dynamic public places. The Union Square Live program brings the square to life and makes it so much more than just a place to take a break from work or shopping. It gives people a chance to enjoy the talents of many Bay area performers. Best of all, it’s free for everyone to enjoy.”

Union Square Park is located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, bordered by Post, Geary, Powell and Stockton streets. To learn more, visit the Union Square Live Calendar of Events, or just call 415.477.2610.

We look forward to seeing you soon at Union Square Live in the new year!

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