817 Under the Big Top at Oracle Park, Parking Lot A Tips
- Casual 5
- Formal 1
- Take public transit 4
- Parking is expensive 1
- Park in lot 1
- Dine before you go 4
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
we ate at the AT water tavern across the street. food is ok, very conveniently located.
The weather was Rainy. Bathrooms outside. True circus atmosphere . I wore Boots and comfortable clothes .
We had dinner at Marlow - 15 minute walk to the show - with $2.00 street parking right in front. Nice little restaurant with good food and service.
Seating is tight, no coat check, and don't wear a heavy coat.
Hot dogs small for $7 and candy is $5. Sneak food and candy in your pocket.
We ate at Tres on Townsend prior to the show. Good food, tasty cocktails, and quick service.
Some of us took BART and MUNI and some drove, all arrived at the same time!
The weather was raining but warm and cozy in the tent.. I wore slacks, top, raincoat, my daughters wore dresses and boots, guys wore slacks, shirt and light jacket..
The weather was typical. I wore layers. The tent can be warm inside..
Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities
The weather was rainy, cold. I wore layered clothes.
Get early there early enough, and luck out on free parking on side street meters.
Was a little hard to find. Venue is advertised as AT&T Park but it's not actually in the ball park. It's in the AT&T ballpark parking lot. Look for blue and yellow tents.
Seats are very small and close! Sized for thin Europeans not pudgy Americans. Take a skinny friend with you!
The weather was Intermittent rain. I wore Jeans and sneakers as most others. Thought I was supposed to dress up but was advised against it. Glad I listened..