Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Freebies and Cheap Thrills

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts has a page called “Freebies and Cheap Thrills,” which pretty much sounds like a Broke Ass motto.  Events and movies and exhibitions aren’t super cheap there, but with the help of the Freebies page, your broke ass might be able to look at some weird and wacky exhibitions and performances.  Here are the deals:

-FREE gallery admission the first Tuesday of every month

-FREE same-day gallery admission with purchase of film or performance ticket

-$2 discount on gallery admission with a valid public transportation pass or transfer

-Ticket discounts for seniors, students and teachers (w/ ID)

-Student Rush Tickets
$10 student rush tickets available for some performances

-Special discounts for YBCA programs and events and other Bay Area arts events when you sign up for our email list

-Gallery tours, artist talks and hands-on activities FREE with gallery admission

-You also get FREE admission and other discounts if you “check in” using Foursquare, that nerdy phone game where you can become “mayor” of make-believe rainbows and unicorns world.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street
Open: Thu & Fri 2–8 pm
Sat 12–8 pm
Sun 12–6 pm
First Tuesdays: 12–8 pm

photo via bridgeandtunnelclub.com

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