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Strip Club Featured in HBO's Euphoria
  • $750/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Inglewood, CA
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Functional Bar/Venue with Large Stage, Backline
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Long Beach, CA
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Production/Event Space
  • $90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Montréal, QC
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Spacious Uptown Bar/Ent. Venue/ Comedy Club
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
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Bar and music venue: Location 5029
  • $360/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
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Bar and music venue: Location 5031
  • $360/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brooklyn, NY
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Event Space, Night Club, Live Music Venue
  • $60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (18)
  • 18
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Toronto, ON
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Beer & Wine, Live Music, Event Space
  • $300/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a few hours
  • Murrieta, CA
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Venue Space In Sherman Oaks
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Los Angeles, CA
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Stunning DTLA Event Venue with Skyline Views
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • Los Angeles, CA
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What people say about Music on Giggster

Etienne C.
$ 600
5 hours
30 people
a month ago
An exceptional venue with an incredible owner! Our experience renting this space was nothing short of fantastic. The owner went above and beyond to ensure our event was a success. From prompt communication to accommodating our needs, their professionalism and dedication were truly impressive. We highly recommend this venue, thanks to the outstanding service provided by the owner
Etienne C.
$ 600
5 hours
30 people
a month ago
An exceptional venue with an incredible owner! Our experience renting this space was nothing short of fantastic. The owner went above and beyond to ensure our event was a success. From prompt communication to accommodating our needs, their professionalism and dedication were truly impressive. We highly recommend this venue, thanks to the outstanding service provided by the owner
Briana S.
$ 358
6 hours
60 people
3 months ago
This venue is the best! The staff is very friendly and helpful which creates a comfortable and positive atmosphere. My guests loved it as well! We will definitely be booking events here more often!
Briana S.
$ 358
6 hours
60 people
3 months ago
This venue is the best! The staff is very friendly and helpful which creates a comfortable and positive atmosphere. My guests loved it as well! We will definitely be booking events here more often!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Music venue cost to rent?
Music venue rates typically average $230 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Music venues?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Music venue, but average 225 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Music venues?
The average minimum booking time for Music venues is 4 hours.
What is the average square feet of a Music venue?
There's a great range of Music venues available, with an average size of 3864 square feet.
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About Music Venues

Music gives soul to our world and adds charms to life, quoting Plato. A world without auditory stimulation, let alone events without accompanying soundtracks, is like a wedding without a groom!

The AT&T Stadium, Wembley Stadium, and Paris La Défense Arena, some of the world’s most massive music venue spaces, testify to how songs unite us. Their versatility suits live performances by local, international, and up-and-coming artists at concerts, festivals, and private parties.

Every event space whispers praises of its place in history, having hosted everything. They have provided optimal lighting and sound for everything from the heart-tagging sweet melodies of a string quartet to the roaring applause inspired by the electrifying vibrations of rock music. The biggest acts have track records selling out these live music venues, with each performance drawing a massive audience.

Musicians can strengthen their relationships with fans in these unique spaces, making a music hall somewhere these two groups meet to preserve memories.

Unique Live Music Venues that Leave Lasting Impressions

In the symphony of event planning, the selection of a music venue plays the lead melody—a decision that sets the rhythm and mood for the entire affair. A beautiful blend of acoustics, ambiance, and amenities can elevate an event from memorable to legendary.

But don’t limit your options to a typical concert venue or a music hall. Think outside the box and pick a setting that matches your event format.

  • Traditional Music Venues
    Classic images of traditional music venues include opera houses with plush red seats and grand stages or concert halls like NYC’s Radio City Music Hall hosting music legends. These concert halls are designed to clearly transmit melodies from strings, keys, or vocal cords to the listener. Hosting an event at such a venue can add class and grandeur. However, due to their popularity and history, they may have higher prices, limited availability, and customization restrictions.

  • Outdoor Venues
    Modern open-air amphitheaters and arenas, which can hold large crowds, are known for their electric rock and pop concerts. They can produce impressive light shows, stage designs, and other audio-visual displays. They can host a small acoustic set with a few hundred fans or a mega concert for tens of thousands. The size makes them versatile, but it can also make them feel impersonal, and the ample space can be hard to fill for events that don't draw crowds.

  • Repurposed Small Spaces
    Smaller jazz clubs, indie venues, and lofts or warehouses are excellent alternatives for distinctive, personalized experiences. Imagine an industrial warehouse with electronic beats or a rustic barn with folk music. Their unique character and immersive ability make them popular. Performers and audiences connect better in smaller venues, creating an amazing energy that's hard to replicate. However, the limited staging options and scalability for larger audiences can be a drawback despite their charm.

  • Unconventional Venues
    You’ll find many unique spaces that can double as venues for a social gathering or a corporate event. Consider getting married in a botanical garden with a string quartet or a corporate gala in an art museum with classical music playing off the marble walls. The setting heightens the mood and tells the story. Their one-of-a-kind style and features are a plus, but they may lack sound equipment or additional services like catering and décor that a traditional venue rental provides.

What to Look for in Music Venue Spaces

Booking the perfect event venue sets you up for success, whether you’re a seasoned professional producing your next live music gig or a budding artist starting your music career. Each performance hinges on the live music venues you grace, but several other factors can help you get things right. Here are aspects to consider when selecting a live music setting:

  • Capacity and Layout
    Outlining your non-negotiables narrows your options for the perfect location. Ask the venue rental management if the music hall can accommodate your audience, stage, and scheduled activities. Does it have a backstage area and room for concession stands? A theatre that ticks these questions provides an optimal site for your showcase.

  • Acoustics and Sound System
    The soul of a music event is in its audio quality. Explore venues with a track record for producing excellent acoustics. Discuss equipment rentals, whether the facility provides a professional sound system, or if you can bring external audio equipment.

  • Location and Parking
    The physical address and accessibility are top concerns for fans attending a musical performance. Fans will easily commit to an event hosted at an accessible venue with ample parking or near public transportation. Out-of-town guests will want to attend an event in a central area in San Diego, San Francisco, or Las Vegas because of the access to world-class hotels and scenic views with the entertainment district.

  • Services and Amenities
    Committing to a private event space, whether for a corporate event or a music video shoot, always comes down to what it provides, beyond space. Does it offer in-house catering, bar service, in-house staff, or decorative elements? Are there dressing rooms for performers and designated staff areas for staff and equipment? Comprehensive services can streamline planning and execution.

Music Inspiration: Discover the Perfect Location

You'll know that you've found the perfect location if it conjures the sound of a symphony resonating through the magnificent halls of an old theatre, a vibrant jazz band animating a dimly lit speakeasy, or the pulsating beats of a DJ bringing the roof down at an innovative art gallery — each event takes the unique character of its setting.

  • Historic Mansion
    Staging a performance at an ivy-wrapped courtyard within the sprawling grounds of a historic mansion will take guests on an auditory trip. The venue suits elite corporate events, intimate weddings, and sophisticated fundraising galas that could use a jazz band's acoustic accompaniment.

  • Rooftop Bar
    There is no better event space than a rooftop bar because it packs the beauty of a scenic setting with city skyline views and the conveniences of an outdoor location. You'll always find an indie-rock or pop band debuting music at one of these establishments. An all-around conversation piece, the engaging discussions a rooftop setting sparks make it ideal for networking events and product launches.

  • Restored Barn
    There is no better event space than a rooftop bar because it packs the beauty of a scenic setting with city skyline views and the conveniences of an outdoor location. You'll always find an indie-rock or pop band debuting music at one of these establishments. An all-around conversation piece, the engaging discussions a rooftop setting sparks make it ideal for networking events and product launches.

  • Disused Warehouse
    The exposed bricks, high ceilings, and industrial aesthetics of a warehouse give character to a music video shoot. Dress it into an entertainment spot with an electronic DJ spinning at the decks or embrace the raw, open, interiors for fashion shows, modern art exhibitions, or avant-garde performances.

  • Local Park or Urban Square
    Every city has a local park or urban square that can host everything from a town hall meeting to a pop-up concert. A solo artist or live band belting their favorite songs can instantly slow down these activity hubs. Their accessibility makes them convenient settings for political rallies and festivals.

The modern spaces in Midtown Manhattan and serene environments in the heart of Salt Lake City provide unique settings for a musical showcase or dance shoot, Your decision comes down to your budget, preferred music venue location, accessibility, capacity, and event requirements.