- For music and theater fans, in addition to the performance of the favorite musician or artist, the concert atmosphere can play a big role in enjoying those moments. Outdoor concerts are popular all over the world. Join us to get to know 14 wonderful outdoor concert halls.
The place where you sit to watch a live performance can be memorable rather than memorable. Stunning halls built in natural surroundings. These environments were carved centuries ago.
The world is full of these glorious musical spaces. From Ireland’s Slane Castle, which hosted musicians such as the Rolling Stones and David Bowie, to Sweden’s Dalhalla Amphitheater, built in an old limestone quarry. Here are 14 places from around the world where you can enjoy live music.
Held in Austria from July to August, the annual Bregenz Festival is known for its incredible fantasy sets that feature a stage floating on water.
The Bregenz Festival in Austria is held every year from July to August
This historical place is the remains of one of the largest steel factories. In SteelStacks, a cultural site located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, there is a huge factory towering over the stage. This hall is located in the former location of Bethlehem Steel, the second largest steel producer in this country.
The Dalhalla Amphitheater is a former limestone quarry located in Rättvik, Sweden. Concertgoers are perched 196 feet below the dense forest that surrounds the venue and watch a variety of musical events take place from June to September each year.
The Ancient Theater d’Orange, located in Orange, France, is an ancient Roman theater dating back to the 1st century. This venue is still covered with the original stones of the same architectural style in the stage area and its surroundings, the theater stage and the surrounding walls have remained in the same form since its construction.
The Dalhalla Amphitheater is a former limestone quarry located in Rättvik, Sweden.
The Tabernacle is a church built in 1910 in Atlanta, Georgia that became the site of the 100th anniversary of the Olympic Games in 1996. The music hall still includes a balcony designed and painted during that period. Ornate ceilings, stained glass windows and a large crystal chandelier are other features of this place. All these decorations are related to the construction of this church.
Tabernacle is a church built in 1910 located in Atlanta, Georgia
The Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval is a palace made entirely of pebbles. A postman named Joseph Ferdinand Cheval collected all these pebbles during 33 years and built this palace by himself. Built in 1907, this pavilion hosts concerts in June and July.
The Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval is a palace made entirely of pebbles.
The ancestral home of the Conyngham family and the seat of King George IV’s patrol is Slane Castle, Ireland, located in Meath. Since 1981, this place has become a place to hold concerts throughout the year. This palace has hosted great musicians such as Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Queen, David Bowie and U2.
Ireland’s Slane Castle, located in Meath, has been a concert venue since 1981
The Gorge Amphitheater has 27,500 outdoor seats. This hall is located in George Washington. The open-air venue is built on a boulder to give the audience a spectacular view of the Columbia River and the Narrows while listening to music.
The Gorge Amphitheater is located in George Washington
Bluegrass Underground is a monthly concert series held throughout the year at the Volcano Room in Cumberland Caverns. These caves are located in McMinnville, Tennessee. These concerts are performed somewhere around 333 feet underground. These halls offer first-class and natural speakers with a wonderful view of the cave.
The Red Rocks Amphitheater is located in Morrison, Colorado. As a result of years of gradual movement of the earth, the walls of this amphitheater were slowly carved. At 6,500 feet above sea level, it offers a sweeping view of the heart of the boulders.
The Red Rocks Amphitheater is located in Morrison, Colorado.
Saint Michael’s Cave is a series of limestone caves located in the upper rock of Gibraltar. This cave has been used as a theater since the early 60s and has a capacity of 400 people for a great performance in a magnificent underground environment.
St. Michael’s Cave is a series of limestone caves located on the upper rock of Gibraltar.
Punta Christo was built in the 19th century and was one of several castles located in Pula, Croatia. Previously, this place was one of the largest castles in Europe. Today, this castle hosts festivals such as Dimensions Festival in August and Outlook Festival in September.
Punta Christo was built in the 19th century and was one of several castles located in Pula, Croatia
Teatro Antico di Taormina is an ancient site located in Taormina, Italy. This place is a Greek theater built in the 7th century BC. In this hall, concerts, theater performances and film screenings are presented in a historic and stunning place that has been standing since 1983.
Teatro Antico di Taormina is an ancient site located in Taormina, Italy
Waldbühne is an amphitheater in Berlin, Germany. This place was originally built for the 193 Olympic Games and was modeled after the ancient Greek amphitheater. This place hosts 22,000 people. This hall was used for various purposes such as an open-air cinema to boxing matches of athletes such as Depeche Mode and Eric Clapton.
Waldbühne is an amphitheater in Berlin, Germany.