SF Ballet “Nite Out” -Fri March 4- Three stunning works in Program 3 -7pm meet the Artist -post hosted cocktail reception starts at $48

SF Ballet Invites You to a Nite Out

SF Ballet Nite Out

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Nite Out
Nite Out

A Full Evening of Entertainment
Starting at $48!

Indulge yourself at Nite Out, San Francisco Ballet’s exclusive event for the LGBT community*. Featuring three stunning works in Program 3, followed by a hosted cocktail reception, Nite Out is a great chance to meet up with friends or a perfect way to meet new ones.

Your Nite Out includes

7pm – Meet the Artist Interview
Deepen your appreciation and knowledge about dance!

8pm – Performance
Friday, March 4
Program 3
Yuri Possokhov’s Classical Symphony, a mesmerizing reconfiguration of ballet’s classical past, leads off this mixed-bill program that also includes Helgi Tomasson’s emotionally stirring Nanna’s Lied, set to songs by Kurt Weill sung live, and finally, William Forsythe’s visually arresting, contemporary masterpiece Artifact Suite.

Watch video clips of Classical Symphony and Artifact Suite.

10:30pm to Midnight – Reception
Continue the fun. Your post-performance party is hosted in the Dress Circle Bar featuring breathtaking views of City Hall, great music, and cocktails courtesy of Grey Goose, wines by Gallo, and light hors d’oeuvres.


Balcony Center $48
Orchestra or Dress Circle $70

Online: sfballet.org/niteout
Phone: 415.865.2000, Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm and mention “Nite Out”

*Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender

Photo: Lorena Feijoo and Pascal Molat in Forsythe’s Artifact Suite (© Erik Tomasson)

San Francisco Ballet, Chris Hellman Center for Dance, 455 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 | 415.865.2000

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