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Yoshi's San Francisco

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Dining Reservations

Box Office:
Open Daily 12:00pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday - Thursday
5:30pm to 8:30pm

Friday & Saturday


Tuesday - Sunday
Open 5:00pm

Yoshi's San Francisco
1330 Fillmore Street
SF, CA 94115
Phone: 415.655.5600

Jazz Club
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May 28-May 31, 2014

"This spiritual love child of Sade and D'Angelo mixes sweet soul vocals, jazz-funk instrumentation and hip-hop rhythms...." ~Rolling Stone

Mike Aabreg - musical director / keys
Errol Cooney - guitar
Marcus Phillips - bass
Qyu Jackson - drums


Wednesday-Saturday, May 28-31

Wed, May 28

  • 8pm $25 adv, $30 day of show
  • 8pm DINNER & ADMISSION: $63
  • 10pm $20 adv, $25 day of show
  • 10pm DINNER & ADMISSION: $58

Thu, May 29

  • 8pm $30 adv, $35 day of show
  • 8pm DINNER & ADMISSION: $68
  • 10pm $20 adv, $25 day of show
  • 10pm DINNER & ADMISSION: $58

Fri, May 30

  • 8pm $35 adv, $40 day of show
  • 10pm $30 adv, $35 day of show

Sat, May 31

  • 8pm $40 adv, $45 day of show - SOLD OUT!!!
  • 10pm $40 adv, $45 day of show - SOLD OUT!!!


If you like Goapele, consider:

Syleena Johnson - Jun 13

Musiq Soulchild - Jul 18




Singer-songwriter Goapele broke out of Bay Area at the beginning of the last decade determined to make a difference in the world of music. Seamlessly blending genres while refusing to be limited by the “neo-soul” tag, the eloquent singer/songwriter completed her first release Closer in 2001 and never looked back. Embraced from the beginning by critics and fans alike, Goapele craved the perfect niche for herself as she created music that fused jazz, soul and hip-hop with her own beautiful poetry.

Yet, while the Oakland native and former Berklee College of Music student has continued to grow as artist and live performer in the eleven years since her debut, Goapele is also known as a savvy businesswoman.

Not content to be merely another singer lost in the machine, Goapele’s follow-up recordings Even Closer (2002) and Change It All (2005) were released through majors in conjunction with her own independent label Skyblaze. “I like being more hands on when it comes to my music,” Goapele says of the family owned independent label. “Establishing Skyblaze allowed me to have a more direct connection with my business as well as the music.”

While Rolling Stone magazine once called Goapele the “spiritual love child of Sade and D’Angelo,” her searing voice can be both sensuous and serious, often on the same song. After taking off six years from recording, Goapele has returned to the forefront of the music scene with Break of Dawn, a collection of sophisticated songs dealing with love, loss and all the life in between.

Goapele's website