ODC/Dance Bike Night

From SFBC:

Come to Yerba Buena Center for the Arts for three innovative routines, including the world premiere of “Transit,” a full company piece that celebrates moving around the urban environment, including dancing with three custom built bicycles. Complimentary valet bicycle parking provided by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.

Use the discount code SFBC to receive a $10 discount on $45 and $35 tickets: Tickets online: ODC YBCA. Tickets by phone: 415.978.ARTS (Closed Mondays) Tickets in person: YBCA Box Office

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