We’re Giving Away Tickets To STAR TREK: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE In San Francisco

Later this month, Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage beams down to the Bay Area for a two-night engagement with the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall. The best part? We’re giving away a pair of tickets to a lucky TrekNews.net reader!

The traveling stage show that combines 50 years of Star Trek with a live orchestra is currently on a 100-city tour that arrives in San Francisco for shows on July 14 and 15.

Tickets are still available for both shows and you can purchase at SFsymphony.org.


Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Ticket Giveaway

Readers of TrekNews.net have a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show on Friday, July 15 at 7:30 pm. For a chance to win, all you have to do is tell us what Star Trek means to you in the comments section below. That’s it!

Travel, lodging and any other expenses are not included. Before you enter, please make sure you’ll be in the San Francisco area on July 15.

Please note: You must be a registered Disqus user with a valid email address that receives Disqus alerts. You have until Saturday, July 2, 2016 to enter. A random winner will be chosen and contacted on Sunday, July 3, 2016 with details.


For more information on the San Francisco shows, check out the press release below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, read our review of the Boston show.

Press release:

STAR TREK: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE—A 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Thursday, July 14 at 7:30 pm and Friday, July 15 at 7:30 pm

Justin Freer conductor

San Francisco Symphony

Celebrate 50 years of Star Trek with iconic film and TV footage projected on a huge screen while the San Francisco Symphony performs the musical scores. Included are selections from Star Trek: The Original SeriesStar Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II<: The Wrath of KhanThe Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, J. J. Abrams’s recent Star Trek, and more.

Tickets: $25-$110

How to buy: Tickets to all Davies Symphony Hall performances are available atwww.sfsymphony.org/summer(415) 864- 6000, and at the Davies Symphony Hall Box Office, located on Grove Street between Franklin and Van Ness

6 Comments Join the Conversation →


  • Markus McLaughlin

    Star Trek inspired me to be a Writer. My love for the show will NEVER die! 😀

  • Angela Mayo

    While I didn’t grow up a Trekkie, I did love The Next Generation! Captain Pickard was the ideal leader and the entire show represented the endless possibilities for us as a species.

  • Randy Fong

    I live within walking distance of Davies Symphony Hall. Having lived in SF for many years, The Star Trek spirit of adventure is with me each and every day. As I walk about my city by the bay and observe the passing parade of people I encounter – I think these very words….

    “To explore strange new worlds.”

    “To seek out new life and new civilizations.”

    “To boldly go where no man has gone before!”.

    Whoosh!!!!!

    • Hi Randy — You’ve won! Please email us at info @ TrekNews.net (without spaces). Congratulations!

  • BJ Vest

    Star Trek is a window to a brighter future we could really have(*) if we could just learn to play nice! G.R. said:”In the future there will be no hunger and no greed and all the children will know how to read.” That sounds nice. Also it’s fun sci fi!

  • OriginalLadyMet

    Star Trek is forever etched in my mind as the ’67-71 College Years- fighting my way to a seat in the women’s dorm lounge, to view the only TV in the whole place after a 3 hour Physics Lab! There is only one CAPTAIN of the Enterprise, and it will always be James T. Kirk. Live well and prosper❗️