We believe hotel employees are part of the fabric of the Nob Hill Community. Without your hard work and dedication, many things would simply not go as smoothly on the Hill.

In collaboration with LiveNation Entertainment and the Masons, we’re proud to announce that all Stanford Court hotel employees are now eligible to join Nob Hill Now: Your portal to music and comedy on the Hill.


If you work at the Stanford Court, you can get access to tickets at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium BEFORE they go on sale to the General Public!

How to Join

Registration is free.

Special Note: When you register, use the Hotel’s address on Address Line1 : 905 California St, San Francisco, CA 94108 and include SC Employee on Address Line2 so we can register you properly.

Become A Member Now!

Once you’re approved, you’ll start receiving alerts to events and be able to reserve seats for purchase at the Box Office!

How to Reserve Tickets in Advance

You’ll receive alerts when artists have entered into contracts and show tours are announced. But before the tickets go on sale to the General Public.

Reserve the number of tickets you’d like to buy and then go purchase your reserved tickets at the Box Office (usually no later than two Saturdays from the moment your reservation is made).

The ticket pre-sale window is usually extremely short (2 to 5 days) so please act quickly. Once the window has closed, you will only be able to purchase the tickets through official or secondary outlets.

If you use our service, you’ll be charged a $5 convenience fee per ticket to support ongoing development and management of the web and notification service. No Ticketmaster service fees will be charged on your purchase at the Box Office so your actual purchase cost will be lower than if you were purchasing a similarly priced ticket online.

We are a 501 c(4) non-profit social welfare organization. Your contributions may also directly benefit nonprofits fighting Poverty and Homelessness in the Tenderloin and assisting with Elder Care and Youth Training in Chinatown in the event we generate any excess revenue from convenience fees.