Chase Center’s center-hung videoboard can be hoisted out of view for concerts. (Brett Murray) Chase Center experience extends to upgrades in event production SAN FRANCISCO — Chase Center general manager Kim Stone jokingly told Eric Bresler to stop booking events at the new San Francisco arena. Bresler is Chase Center’s executive director, responsible for booking special events.  Eighteen shows, including 16 concerts, fill the first two months of operation through October. The arena officially opened Sept. 6 with the first of two Metallica/San Francisco Symphony dates.  Those numbers do not include several soft openings and private events, such as Stevie Wonder (Sept. 3), at the 18,064-seat building. “I told Eric, ‘I need some fix-it days. Should I just rent the building back from you?’” Stone said. It’s no joke. For the Golden State Warriors and their arena management team, the honeymoon is in full bloom. The $1.6 billion facility has taken… Continue Reading San Francisco Treats in Store

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