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Magic Bus
Across the street from Macy's in Union Square 280 Geary Street San Francisco, CA 94108
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3.9 / 5 Rated by 79 members
Review from Michael
Red Velvet 189 events 56 reviews

we all enjoyed the tour and our hostess, the beautiful and charming becca. it is well suited for those of us over 45 who have a sense of history. younger folks will be bored to death. the video pieces were very interesting, but would have...continued

reviewed Jul 15 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Lonna Denny
Red Velvet 78 events 26 reviews

Really fun and different, a little too different for family members who are not used to multimedia.
The only thing that was not good was the freezing temperature of the bus. Come on, turn the heat on, the day we rode it was 53 degrees and after...continued

reviewed Nov 27 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from NobhillTreehouseSF
Red Velvet 92 events 25 reviews

As a local who lives in Nob Hill and gets around quite a bit by bike and foot, I found this mostly boring. The fun part was meeting other enthusiastic locals who dressed up. Unfortunately this was not capitalized. I had been by all the places on...continued

reviewed Jul 15 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Magic Bus transports the audience on a magical mystery tour to a more hopeful era with a bliss-inducing soundtrack (and mind-blowing video) …” —San Francisco Chronicle


Sausalito’s Antenna Theater, in partnership with Teacher Bus, has literally hit the streets with a traveling show aboard a renovated 20th-century bus that evokes the era and politics of the Summer of Love.  The Magic Bus is a veeeery trippppppy thick, twisted multi-media mix of oral histories, rock and roll, live action, 3-D and video projections while the bus rumbles through North Beach, the Haight and Golden Gate Park.  

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