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1. INITIAL INQUIRY
Contact us to check availability of your desired date(s). Availability is limited, so be prepared with alternate dates and a clear sense of your event and its timeline. If your desired date(s) appear open and your performance or event is compatible with the venue, you may place a soft hold while we confirm availability.
2. DATE CONFIRMATION
Once your date is confirmed, submit a completed application together with the rental deposit (one half of the Minimum Rent).
3. LICENSE AGREEMENT
We issue a Short Term License Agreement (STLA). Next steps:
- Sign and return the STLA.
- Pay the balance of the Minimum Rent.
- For ticketed events, execute a separate agreement with a center-affiliated box office.
- For performances and events requiring catering services, execute a separate agreement with Global Gourmet Catering.
4. FINALIZE DETAILS
Prior to your performance or event:
- Confirm the timeline, technical elements and needed equipment with our Stage Electrician.
- Confirm desired audience services, food and beverage requirements, and any additional needs.
5. PAY PERFORMANCE BOND & INSURANCE
No less than two weeks prior to your event, furnish proof of insurance and pay your Performance Bond, which is a deposit paid to cover the total estimated cost of labor and equipment. See Fees & Expenses for more information.
A settlement of rental fees and labor and equipment expenses will be completed following your performance or event. This process takes approximately two weeks.
For events and performances with box office receipts:
- SFWMPAC completes a preliminary settlement and withholds all actual expenses from box office receipts.
- The box office completes its settlement and transmits remaining receipts to Licensee.
- SFWMPAC completes final settlement and refunds unused portion of the Performance Bond.
For events and performances without box office receipts:
- All expenses are deducted from Licensee’s Performance Bond. SFWMPAC refunds any unused portion of the Performance Bond.