Top 5 Concert Venues:
The United States has an ample selection of entertainment venues. But nothing compares to the state of the art arena and amphitheatres located throughout the nation. These highly grand concert venues have seen the likes of the Doors, Jimi Hendrix, and a wealth of infamous acts throughout their history.
754 Silica Road
The Gorge Amphitheater is located near the Columbia River banks. Originally the amphitheater was a vineyard and today provides a magnificent backdrop for concert goers. This amphitheater began in 1993. Seating within this amphitheater accommodates up to 20,000 guests.
2115 Woodward Avenue
The Fillmore is the ultimate night club setting in Detroit. This establishment opened in the 1960’s. This auditorium has showcases some of the greatest acts in music history. Where it comes up short in size, it makes up for in grandeur. The Fillmore offers seating for up to 1,200 concert attendees.
Red Rocks Amphitheater
18300 West Alameda Parkway
This open air amphitheater features a disc shaped rock that is tucked behind the center stage. This impressive construction of nature allows seating for up to 9,000 attendees. This amphitheater has hosted over 100 concerts since its inception and is raved as the premier concert venue in its resident state.
Madison Square Garden
Seventh Avenue and 31st and 33rd Streets
New York City, New York
Madison Square Garden is one of the country’s most well-known concert and sports arenas in the United States. This mega-plex is the place for several live musical recordings by various American artists. These benefit concerts have raised funds for countless charities.
The Greek Theatre
2700 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
Griffith Park is the backdrop for the Greek Theatre. This impressive amphitheater has seating for up to 5,000 concert attendees. This outdoor amphitheater rests within a tree compound of lush greenery. A state of the art sound system offers the ultimate concert experience.