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Featuring an interesting line-up of artists from all over the world, The Haunt is a buzzing part of the city's lively music scene. Located right in the center of the city, a few meters from the Brighton Pier, The Haunt is equipped with a stellar sound system to ensure that when artists like 2manydjs, Austra, or CocknBullKid play, it will be a memorable performance. Besides the entertaining live performances, The Haunt also strives to bring back Brighton's famous club nights like 'Thursday Night Fish Fry', and, 'It Is Still 1985'.
The Brighton Dome is part of the Royal Pavilion building complex, which also houses the Corn Exchange, the Concert Hall and the Pavilion Theatre. Nestling in the far corner of the Pavilion Gardens it is a huge behemoth of a building and stages theater, magnificent concerts, shows and conferences. Similar in layout to the Albert Hall, you sit around the main stage. The acoustics are second to none, important bearing in mind the caliber of acting and classical concerts put on here, as well as the big name pop gigs.
Frequented by essentially unconventional and creative minds, this upscale pub is perhaps the heart of Birghton's teeming nightlife. Known for its stunning repertoire of musical performances by the likes of James Bay, George Ezra and Adele, The Hope and Ruin is perpetually induced with an atmosphere which is a far cry from daytime's frenzied work woes, where music and quality brews trump (almost) everything else. While they offer a hearty line-up of lagers, cask brews and locally crafted beers, their kitchens are managed by Beelzebab, the makers of appetizing vegan fare like vegan kebabs, loaded fries and delicious hot dogs, along with a choice of vegan desserts. At this bustling music space, dusk coyly turns into dawn, but the delighted crowd would yet be basking under its gleaming rouge glow.
Brighton's best-known and loved venue for gigs is a refurbished biker's cafe along the seafront. The high ceilings and lush interiors of purple and chrome replace the cramped garage-like feel of the original Concorde, now demolished. Concorde 2 is divided into three sections, a bar and seated area as you walk in, a dance hall and stage for bands, and finally a smaller area for food and drinks. The venue hosts performances by the cream of UK pop, rock, indie and dance bands from time to time.
When visiting this city, if you find yourself drawn to the Brighton Station Goods yard by the sound of inviting, throbbing music, it would be the Green Door Store. Deceptively named, this venue is not a store. In fact, it is one of the city's most happening music venues. You might want to head quite early here, because the line at the entry just keeps on getting longer, the later you arrive there.
Do you fancy to fill your art world with life? Here is the place to go. Ropetackle Arts Centre provides live music, comedy, theater, film, exhibition, and also conference venue.
Grand Central, a live music venue, is always popular and this is evident from the completely sold-out concerts and gigs. Having worked with some of the prestigious concert venues in the nation, Stuart Campbell, its resident sound engineer certainly makes a difference to the sound quality and overall acoustics system. At a time, up to 550 music lovers can enjoy concerts here. Live music concerts, DJ sessions and similar events are a regular feature here.