Some of music biggest names will hit the stage at AT&T Park Thursday for "Band Together Bay Area" a benefit for victims of the devastating wildfires that roared through Sonoma, Napa and surrounding counties last month.

Heading to San Francisco for the show? Here are some things to know, according to concert promoter Another Planet Entertainment.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the show begins at 5:45 p.m. with an interfaith blessing by the San Francisco Interfaith Council.

Set Times:

6 p.m.: Raphael Saadiq

6:30 p.m.: Rancid

7 p.m.: G-Eazy

7:40 p.m.: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds

8:35 p.m.: Dead & Company

9:45 p.m.: Metallica

Between each set athletes Joe Montana, Barry Bonds, Buster Posey and Natalie Coughlin will honor some of the heroes of the fires and remember those lost in the blazes.

Tickets (ranging in price from $49.50-$199.50) are still available. Go to to buy tickets and for more information.

Can't make it?

Stream the concert live starting at 5:45 p.m. through Metallica's YouTube channel and on Twitter at @tippingpoint.

Viewers can donate $25 to the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund by texting "TOGETHER" to 20222 until Jan. 1, 2018. Google will match donations made through the YouTube stream and text up to $1 million until Jan. 1.

The old and new

Side-by-side comparison of the San Francisco 49ers’ new home in Santa Clara versus the one they left behind in San Francisco:
Candlestick Park; Levi's Stadium
Year opened: 1960; 2014
Cost to build: $32 million; $1.3 billion
Seating capacity: 69,900; 68,500*
Suites: 94; 176
Stadium square footage: 985,000; 1,850,000
Average concourse width (feet): 19; 63
Scoreboard square footage: 1,296; 19,000
Elevators: 4; 25
Escalators: 6; 38
Toilets: 885; 1,135
Parking spaces: 18,000; about 30,000
*With room to expand
Source: San Francisco 49ers 2014 Media Guide

Tale of three stadiums

Kezar Stadium
Opened in 1925 in southeast corner of Golden Gate Park; renovated 1989-90
Cost $300,000 ($4 million in 2014 dollars)
Seating capacity nearly 60,000
Founding home of San Francisco 49ers in 1946; team moved to Candlestick Park in 1971.
In their finale at Kezar, the 49ers lost the 1970 NFC Championship Game to the Dallas Cowboys, 17–10, on Jan. 3, 1971, and fans set to tearing the stadium apart looking for souvenirs or with mayhem on their minds.

Candlestick Park
Opened in 1960 as the home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team.
Cost $15 million ($120 million in current dollars)
Seating capacity nearly 70,000
49ers moved into stadium in 1971; played final game Dec. 23, 2013
Hosted eight National Football Conference championship games, four won by Niners, the first in 1982 decided by 'The Catch,' Dwight Clark's touchdown reception from Joe Montana.

Levi's Stadium
Opened in 2014 in Santa Clara, 38 miles south of Candlestick Park
Cost $1.3 billion
Seating capacity 68,500 with ability to expand
First 49ers game Sunday; preseason match against Denver Broncos at 1 p.m.
Features digital, sustainable and gastronomical advances, including a stadium mobile app, rooftop garden for insulation and 32 vegan menu items.