• "Offering people of all ages
    a glimpse into the Music History
    of San Francisco."


The San Francisco Music Walk of Fame celebrates the personalities, places and events that make up the community heritage of The City and the SF Bay Area. From Beat Poets to the San Francisco Sound explosion of the late 1960’s to the artists of today will be enshrined. The continuous story is told brick-to-brick, section to section of the times, places, artists and performers.

The Bricks honor the Musicians, Poets, Poster Artists, Photographers, Concert Promoters and Venues that were the nexus of these famous communities, all of which are part of the pattern of the Music City SF Walk of Fame. Names will be added in a living and growing tribute.


Installed in the sidewalk in front of Music City SF at 1353 Bush Street, over 330 intricately connected, engraved bricks, embedded in the sidewalk of the Music City SF building, honors local legends, including many who may never received national recognition, for their place in the rich, diverse and innovative musical and cultural movements of the San Francisco Scene.

The SFMWOF bricks are being officially unveiled this Saturday, April 30th. A small gathering to celebrate among Music City staff and friends, with some who’s names are engraved on the bricks. The fun starts at 5:30, with Pizza downstairs, and the uncovering of the bricks at 6pm