Posted October 27, 2017

Ride Larkspur Ferry to the BAND TOGETHER BAY AREA Concert at AT&T Park on Thursday, November 9, 2017!

**Return boat is SOLD OUT**

Click HERE to Purchase Ferry Tickets Now!   

BAND TOGETHER BAY AREA—a live music event to benefit the North Bay communities affected by the recent fires—will take place at AT&T Park on Thursday, November 9, and Larkspur Ferry can get you there! You don't want to miss Metallica, G-Eazy, Rancid, Dave Matthews, Dead & Company, and Raphael Saadiq!

Fare & Tickets   

  • $13.00 one-way/$26 round trip, per person. See important notes below.
  • Children 4 and under ride FREE (limit 2 per fare-paying adult). See important notes below.
  • No other discounts apply.

Advance purchase is required - ferry tickets to the concert are NOT available at GGF terminals.

  • Buy Online Now. See important notes below.
  • Buy Over the Phone: 1-877-473-4849 (hours: 9am - 9pm)

Note: These ferry tickets to Band Together Bay Area are NOT refundable. They are useable on the direct ferry to AT&T Park or on regular Larkspur Ferry service on the day of the event (Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017) only. Clipper cards are NOT accepted on this service.

Then choose how you want to receive your Ferry tickets:

  • Print Tickets @ Home

Departure Times

  • Ferry departs Larkspur promptly at 4:20 PM. Travel time is 60 minutes. The ferry docks right outside AT&T Park's center field entrance.
  • Ferry departs AT&T Park promptly 30 minutes after the last encore.

Important Notes - PLEASE READ

  • Band Together Bay AreaWe are using the same ticketing system for this concert as we do for our Giants Ferry service. Purchase tickets for the NOVEMBER 9 event (see screenshot at right).
  • Tickets are sold separately for the trip TO AT&T PARK and the trip TO LARKSPUR. If traveling in both directions, add both "events" to your cart. See screenshot at right - "Vessel departs 4:20 PM" is for the trip TO AT&T PARK and "Vessel departs 30mins after last encore" is for the return trip TO LARKSPUR. Click the "T" to purchase, and select ticket quantity on following page.
  • Children 4 & under do not need a ticket to ride. If you'll be traveling with children 4 & under, please e-mail after you've purchase ferry tickets with "BAND TOGETHER BAY AREA, NOV. 9" in SUBJECT line, and your full name and address, direction(s) of travel, and the number of children in the BODY of the email.


Parking at the Larkspur Terminal is free on weekends and after 1:00 PM on weekdays. Drivers are advised to use extra CAUTION when driving in the Ferry Terminal parking lot.

Security Advisories

  1. Passengers may NOT bring the following items on board the ferry or into AT&T Park: weapons or security-sensitive objects, open containers (alcoholic or non-alcoholic), alcoholic beverages, hard-sided coolers, and briefcases/diaper bags/purses/ backpacks/bags larger than 16"x16"x8".
  2. The following additional items are NOT allowed into ATT&T Park: laser pointers, air-powered noise makers, non-alcoholic beer or wine, glass bottles/metal cans, animals except certified service dogs and service dogs in training.
  3. Passengers may NOT leave items unattended on the ferry.
  4. For the safe management of passengers and crew, Golden Gate Ferry will suspend the sale of alcoholic beverages 20 minutes prior to arrival in Larkspur.

Trip Planning Assistance

For trip planning assistance, call 511 (say "Golden Gate Transit," then "operator" to bypass recorded messages)/TDD 711. The Golden Gate Customer Service Center is open weekdays, except holidays, from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

More About the Concert

A coalition of Bay Area business and community leaders launched a coordinated effort to support long-term recovery and rebuilding. This effort kicks off with this benefit concert on November 9. The best seats are going to first responders, volunteers, and others impacted by the fires. One-hundred percent of concert ticket sales will be directed to the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund, supporting community partners working on the front lines to help those hit hardest. For more information, visit