1015 Folsom is located at 1015 Folsom
10 PM – 3 AM Fridays and Saturdays
Deep down inside its heart, 1015 Folsom knows what it is. The swanky interior design, the sprawling interior, the long list of incredible, not-quite-mainstream superstars, the casual dress code, the unpretentiousness…1015 is what dance clubs were before the money, fame, and see-and-be-seen scene became the main reason to go out.
Massive by San Francisco standards, 1015 is spread out over three floors and 20,000 square feet. Featuring five separate areas, all with their own bar and DJ setup. Entering through the slinky Sutra Lounge, with its low, glowing ceilings and circular bar, you can get into the cavernous main room, with its elevated stage, sizable projection screens, liquid, LED-lit waterfall wall, and wide open dance floor. Upstairs you’ll find the Soft Cell lounge, a more intimate space, and opposite that, you’ll see The Loft, a Moroccan-themed VIP mezzanine and bottle service area. The Cirque lounge, located in the basement, is a circular affair, whose dance floor is surrounded by high-backed, red vinyl booth seating.
Given the size of the place and number of different rooms, you can expect a diverse range of people, although mostly the younger, rambunctious party-til-you-drop types, with a smattering of the the trendy upscale set, with plenty of hipsters, artsy types, glam girls and bros. It gets loud, sweaty and crowded. It’s meant to, it is after all a dance club. Dress code may vary, but for the most part its casual trendy, from classy to trashy.
Musically 1015 earns the reputation it’s acquired as a repeated winner of various local and national “Best Of” lists. The talent ranges from the bass-heavy EDM of Freq Nasty and Bassnectar, and the dupstep sets of Skream and Benga, to the hipster hip hop of Busdriver, Aesop Rock, El P, and Kreayshawn. Along the way, they’ve played host to Adam Freeland, Diplo, Z-Trip, Goldie, Passion Pit, and Paul Van Dyke, among a long, long list of other incredible acts. Pura Saturdays, a weekly Latin rhythm party, adds to an already broad range of musical genres to pick from on any given night.
- Cash only bar
- There are 3 floors to be exact and 4 dance floors total.
- There is the basement floor where they have TVs set up so you can see the main stage.
- There is the third floor where they have a DJ spinning.
- On the second floor, which is the floor you walk into they have a side stage with a DJ, then on the adjacent room you have the main stage.
- Dirty dogs outside for $5 each
Where is 1015 Folsom located?
1015 Folsom is located at Folsom and 6th.
How much is cover charge at 1015 Folsom?
General admission varies widely depending on the night and the talent spinning. Avoid a cover charge by joining a SF guest list.
How long will I have to wait at 1015 Folsom?
Wait times can vary depending on the popularity of the artist playing.
When is 1015 Folsom open?
1015 Folsom is open from 10 PM – 3 AM generally on Fridays and Saturdays. For more available days, you can view other top San Francisco clubs.
What are the best nights to go to 1015 Folsom?
Check the Discotech app to see who’s spinning!
What is the dress code at 1015 Folsom?
1015 does not have much of a dress code. It has a very casual vibe. You can wear sneakers, tshirts, etc.
Is there parking near 1015 Folsom?
There’s a lot of street parking in the area but make sure to remove all valuables from view. There are also some garages in the area.
How much do drinks cost at 1015 Folsom?
Drinks are roughly $8-10 apiece. Cash only.
What kind of music do they play at 1015 Folsom?
1015 features a wide variety of talent. More often than not they will showcase DJs, but you’ll also sometimes see some hip hop talent, as well as live music / live bands.