While many concerts today are held in large corporate arenas, some venues stand out with a bit more charm. They come with history and culture that tells its own story, something that the more modern venues just can’t match. The uniqueness of each place enhances the concert experience in a way that makes it all the more memorable. If you ever have the opportunity to attend a concert at such a place, it’s certainly something to take advantage of. Here are a few that we’ve most enjoyed:
Red Rocks, Colorado
Red Rocks is an Amphitheater located just outside of Denver at over 6,000 feet above sea level. It’s built into the mountain and utilizes the natural landscape to create a concert experience like no other in the world.
Radio City Music Hall
This venue is almost 100 years old and one of the largest indoor theaters in the world. It hosts all sorts of events from concerts to comedy as well as the famous Radio City Rockettes. Its specially equipped stage can even use water fountains as part of a set!
Royal Albert Hall, London
Royal Albert Hall was built in 1871 utilizing Italian architecture style and remains one of the most important buildings in the UK. It’s used to host hundreds of shows and concerts every year with the goal of preserving art and culture.