15 incredible concert venues around the world
Watching a live performance is thrilling in itself, but getting to do it while being in the midst of a stunning stage makes the experience unforgettable.
In countries around the world, there are music venues that have been built in breathtaking natural and historical locations that include underground caverns and 19th-century forts.
From Ireland’s Slane Castle, which has hosted musicians like the Rolling Stones and David Bowie, to Sweden’s Dalhalla amphitheater, built in a former limestone quarry, here are 15 fascinating places you can enjoy live music around the world.
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The annual Bregenz Festival, which is held in Vienna, Austria, from July through August, is known for the incredible fantasy-like sets built on its floating stage.
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At SteelStacks, a cultural venue located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, grand mills rise from the stage. The venue is located in the former site of Bethlehem Steel, the second largest steel manufacturer in the nation.
Learn more about SteelStacks.
The Théâtre Antique d’Orange, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Orange, France, is an ancient Roman theater that dates back to the first century. Today, the venue features the original stone architecture on its stage and surroundings.
Learn more about Théâtre Antique d’Orange.
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