Tickets for the 2013 NOIR CITY at San Francisco's Castro Theatre are available through Brown Paper Tickets. Patrons can also purchase tickets for the same low price at the Castro box office on the day of show.
How about a Passport to NOIR CITY? It grants the bearer entry to all 27 films in this year's program, to the 6 p.m. hosted opening-night reception on the Castro mezzanine with our special festival guest, Peggy Cummins and early admittance to the theater for all shows—all for the incredible price of $120. Please note: Passports do NOT include admission to the NOIR CITY Nightclub. Passports can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets, Patrons can also purchase tickets for the same low price at the Castro box office on the day of show.
→ Full series Passports are now available here.
The hugely popular NOIR CITY Nightclub will return on Saturday night, February 2, 2013. Partiers will time travel to 1949 for an extraordinary evening of scintillating music, sexy striptease, dancing and drinking ($5 cocktails—beat that price!), all in our new vintage venue, the Regency Lodge at 1290 Sutter Street (at Van Ness). This year's show, emceed by "Czar of Noir" Eddie Muller, includes the sizzling jazz of the Dmitri Metheny Group the sultry pop-noir stylings of Erin Brazill and the, the return of international striptease sensation Evie Lovelle, torch song temptress Laura Ellis, and the uniquely soulful and sinister serenades of El Radio Fantastique! Best of all, festival screenings are arranged so NOIR CITY attendees can attend the soiree without missing a single film!
→ Nightclub tickets can be purchased here.
If you're coming to NOIR CITY from out of town, consider accommodations at the fabulous Prescott Hotel, official downtown headquarters of NOIR CITY X. Located in the heart of Hammett's San Francisco, the Prescott is a short subway or taxi ride from the Castro Theatre, filled with the flavor of old S.F., and primed to offer NOIR CITY patrons a special time during the festival. Details are here.
The Castro Theatre can be reached by the Muni Metro K, L and M lines,
as well as the F-Market Streetcar, and the #24, #33, #35, and #37 bus lines.
BART riders can transfer to the Muni Metro from the following stops: Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell and Civic Center.
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