Public Works Tickets - Events - Seating

Public Works Events
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Public Works Ticket Information

You can find an up-to-date schedule of events coming to the Public Works this year listed above along with tickets for most Public Works concerts, sports, family or theater events. Occasionally we may be temporarily sold out or the tickets you are looking for may not be on sale yet, so bookmark this page and check back often for updates.

The Public Works Seating Chart

Our Public Works seating diagram is generally accurate for each event coming to the Public Works. If the exact seat numbers are not shown or you have questions about the seating at Public Works then please call 800 427-3914 for help from our customer service representatives.

Buying Public Works Tickets

Tickets for events at the Public Works in San Francisco can be purchased online or call our sales representatives to charge by phone. There are never any hidden service charges added to the Public Works ticket prices you see and all sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges unless the event cancels. In a case of a postponed show, please hold onto your tickets for the rescheduled show date.

The Public Works Box Office

Preferred Seating Tickets is not associated with the Public Works box office. We buy and sell hard to get and sold out tickets including seats in the front rows near the stage. Service fees are included in all ticket prices for the Public Works events. Some events may be priced below the printed price of the ticket or many times the face value depending on the supply and demand.