musicIf you’re looking for another way to stave off that summer boredom or are looking to treat your more sophisticated half that’s been repressed due to lack of funds, then listen up.

Tomorrow, Sunday, July 24 at 2 p.m. the San Francisco Symphony will play a free concert in the Sigmund Stern Grove. The venue, an outdoor amphitheater, seems like a lovely place to while away the afternoon.

Sponsored by International House, the concert will feature two works by Beethoven, plus Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony. The venue is located at 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco, and did we mention that the concert is free? Yes, we did. But it could definitely be said again.

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Summer at the SF Symphony: FREE Concert at Stern Grove, San Francisco [UC Berkeley Events]

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