When someone says Europe, what do you think of? Culture, diversity and football yes, but also some cracking venues which host the world’s most famous artists and biggest events. Check out the very coolest Europe has to offer with our quick tour, which will no doubt have you comparing flights when you’re done!
SO36 – Berlin
In Berlin you get a little bit of everything, and while SO36 was originally a punk music venue, they now host events from all sorts of alternative music, both from German and international artists. There’s so much to like about SO36, from the cool location, the atmosphere, or the fact the late, great David Bowie was a fan.
Palau Saint Jordi – Barcelona
This grand arena is located in the Olympic Ring complex and hosts the very best artists from around the world, including The Cure, Adele and Justin Bieber. This beautiful venue is perfect those big, stadium concerts that will knock your socks off, and with Barcelona as the setting, this is one not to be missed.
SSE Hydro – Glasgow
Despite Glasgow having just over half a million residents, the Hydro is the second busiest live entertainment arena in the world, with a whopping one million visitors, that’s more than Madison Square Garden! The Hydro is a world class arena, with acts like Selena Gomez, and Jess Glynne performing before the year is done.
O2 Arena – London
The O2 is the venue that pipped the Hydro to second place on that list. A 20,000 capacity, an incredible custom made sound system and the London location attracts the top artists here, with Ariana Grande, Take That and Drake set to perform in 2017.
The Bataclan – Paris
Pete Doherty is set to reopen this historical venue one day after the one year anniversary of the tragic terrorist attack. The Bataclan has seen the world’s best perform in its intimate, vibrant hall, such as Oasis, Foo Fighters and The Killers.