The Aalt Stadhaus is a regional culturel centre located in Differdange and has opened its doors in January 2014. It houses a concert room, a multipurpose room, a music school, a library, a restaurant and the cultural department of the city of Differdange. The concert room has a small capacity (201 people seated), and allows the creation of a special and intimate atmosphere. The cultural centre offers all kinds of cultural events: blues concerts, stand-up comedy, children’s entertainment, exhibitions, theater, etc.


Ancien Cinéma Café-Club in Vianden is a place where culture happens. From traditional painting exhibitions to avant-garde installations, from classic movies to independent productions, it brings together an art gallery, old school cinema and a music club. We offer a 170 m2 equipped concert hall, cinema room and exhibition space, we can also be booked for private screenings, celebrations, conferences.


Located in the south of Luxembourg, the cultural centre Beim Nëssert, known for it's award winning architecture, opened it's doors in 2012. Like the meritorious, prize winning functionality and aesthetic of the building, their corporate philosophy is the idealogical mirror image.

Beim Nëssert


The CAPE - Centre des Arts Pluriels d'Ettelbruck is a regional multi-disciplinary cultural centre located in the heart of the Grand Duchy, 20 minutes north of the capital. In its three halls, it offers around a hundred events a year for all ages and in all artistic disciplines as well as in cultural education. Since its opening in 2000, the CAPE has established itself as an important and internationally recognised professional event venue for Luxembourg and the Greater Region. Thanks to its regional reach and its close collaboration with numerous cultural operators, it is also a platform for emerging talents and young Luxembourgish productions.Due to its natural and fantastic acoustics, the CAPE is considered to be one of the best concert halls in Luxembourg. The Auditorium provided in the heart of the building, has a capacity to hold 450-seated people. The 14m long stage, accomodates professional performances, a flexible fore-stage, and an orchestra pit. The Studio is equipped with flexible and modular seated-rows, with a capacity of up to 120 people. Due to the close seating arrangemts, an intimate setting is created in this hall - making it perfect for chamber music concerts or conferences. The lobby offers a 400m2 space and is equipped with a professional kitchen, which is useful for concert or performance breaks, allowing the public to enjoy refreshments at the bar or visit the temporary exhibition.

CUBE 521

The Cube 521 offers a multifaceted and diverse agenda for every occasion, providing the public with quality entertainment. It offers a multifunctional hall, a large lounge and three rehearsal rooms, including an inviting conference room. The team has made it a place for cultural education; a contact point, offering space for creativity and social exchanges for all ages.


Located in a discrete street off the rue du Saint Esprit, De Gudde Wëllen is a 'one size fits all' venue that opened its doors in December 2014. The flamboyant venue, known amongst music lovers and urban night-life dwellers alike has built up quite a reputation for hosting and accomodating to a wide range of events including live concerts, screenings, lectures, electronic nights and performances.

Some of the highlights included Khruangbin, The Soft Moon, Sophia, Moon Duo, Masta Ace, Busy P, TOPS, Sinkane, Operators, This Is The Kit, Mutiny on the Bounty, Klaus Johann Grobe, Napoleon Gold, PAUS, Fùgù Mango, Birth of Joy, and more.


The idea to start up a live music club in Luxembourg was conceived in the early 90's. Eventually, the right spot was found: a former Renault truck garage in the Luxembourg-City suburb of Hollerich which was nicknamed 'Downtown'. It was during the hot 'n' sweaty summer of 1995 when the former workshop ('atelier' in French - ah, that's where the name comes from...) underwent a complete D.I.Y. restoration. Den Atelier finally opened its doors in October 1995. The venue was now fit for purpose; a place for all sorts of concerts and the occasional late night to early mornning party. Den Atelier played a huge role in the organisation of the well-known Luxembourgish music festival Rock a Field.


Situated at the intersection of the Kirchberg and Limpertsberg districts in the centre of Luxembourg city, the Grand Theatre serves as a home for opera (classical and contemporary cycle), dance and theatre on a national and international scale. Multidisciplinary, the Grand Theatre's programming crosses opera, theatre in several languages, dance and specific proposals (end of year programming including a children's story, New Year's Eve...). Le Grand Théâtre dispose de deux salles: la Grande Salle (943 places) et le Studio (une sorte de Black Box adaptable avec environ 250 places) et accueille en moyenne 50.000 spectateurs par saison.


The Kulturfabrik is one of the cultural key players in Luxembourg and the greater region. Located in Esch-sur-Alzette in the south of Luxembourg, it used to be a municipal slaughterhouse, then a self-run squat, and has been transformed to a well-respected venue for multidisciplinary creations, offering artistic residencies, being a host to socio-cultural and cross-border projects, or a pilot centre for sustainable development. Many kinds of cultural events are presented there ranging from music to theatre, literature to urban art. During the year it offers around 300 various events within and outside its walls. The Ratelach, the Kufa’s bar, is hosting small concerts, literature events and game evenings. It offers organic and fair-trade products and snacks!


The Kulturhaus Niederanven is a regional meeting point for cultural lovers. Their all year round diversified cultural events attract a younger and an older crowd. All kinds of cultural events are presented, from music to theatre, dance to literature... holding a varied yet unique program for everyone to enjoy.


Melusina has been an integral part of Luxembourg's culture for over 40 years. Located opposite the Mousel brewery, the cafe and dance/concert hall (as they were referred to back then) have always been a popular spot in the old town of the capital known as the Clausen.


The Mierscher Kulturhaus is a venue for creation and collaboration. It is a place open for every dialogue, artistic expression and cultural practice. The team made it a cultural centre, offering theater, dance, music, expositions, and workshops in order to experience culture and a 'living-together' environment.


The Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster is a majestic complex with impressive architectural structures, providing infrastructures for big productions or small ones. Since 2004, this institution has been a multifunctional place for creation and cultural arrival. Across more than 13,000 m2, the CCRN offers an ample concert hall as well as smaller halls, which may be adjustable going from 20 to 200 seating or more standing. Every hall is equipped with facilities for music, dance, cinema and theatre. neimënster is music:LX's partner for the Luxembourg Jazz Meeting SHUFFLE.


Opened in 2007, opderschmelz is a regional cultural meeting point which is based in the southern city of Dudelange. The team made it a place for "live cinema", literature performances, musicals based on audio-visual multi-discipline and much more. opderschmelz is music:LX's partner for the international project 'Criss Cross Europe'.


The bold curves of Portzamparc's Philharmonie form an exceptional setting for all kinds of musical events; be it the symphonic orchestras, solo recitals, jazz concerts or more experimental settings with spatially arranged sounds - which find perfect architectural conditions in the three complementary concert halls. 

The Grand Auditorium combines the proven acoustics of «shoe-box» concert halls with the qualities of the Shakespearean stage. The auditorium consists of a pit and eight lateral towers which resemble a lively meeting place and has the capacity to hold up to 1,500 people. The Salle de Musique de Chambre is bordered by elegantly curved walls, together with a characteristic sound reflector above the stage, which forms a unique and intimate room for 300 people. The most flexible Espace Découverte welcomes up to 120 people. It is perfect for a wide variety of musical experiences; from experiments in the vast fields of electronics, film, video and art, to interactive workshops for all ages. The Philharmonie Luxembourg is music:LX's partner for the Luxembourg Classical Meeting. 


The Prabbeli in Wiltz houses a gallery, a cinema, offices, a café and a restaurant. The name Prabbeli (the Luxembourgish word for “umbrella”) does not only refer to the spectacular tented roof structure spanning the cafe’s courtyard, but is also symbolic of the aim to attract a broad audience from amongst the inhabitants of the region by providing a varied and ambitious cultural and educational programme. Since it first opened in 2003, the Prabbeli covers a variety of different genres, including concerts, readings, theatre, comedy, dance performances, exhibitions, talks, symposiums, artists’ residencies, workshops, studios, etc. In 2017 the Prabbeli acquired an additional venue: the neighbouring Brandbau, a former fire station transformed into a state-of-the-art event location. The new stage perfectly complements the original premises of the centre, also in the light of the Prabbeli’s ambition as a cultural operator to organise events and productions that attract a broad and varied audience. The Brandbau is the ideal location for events that require a more intimate setting.


Rocas is a small bar that organizes shows and theatre productions in the very heart of Luxembourg City. Eclectic national and international shows happen on the 1st floor, while alternative DJs heat up the crowd downstairs throughout the night.


The Rockbox is an impressive rock-bar located in the Clausen neighbourhood in Luxembourg. Equipped with a bar on both floors, bands can set up their gear in the upper room, which can hold 100 to 150 people. Throughout the year, rock-gigs are regularly scheduled.


The Rockhal offers two concert halls - with the Main Hall accomodating an audience of up to 6500 and the Club holding an audience of 1200. The Rockhal is managed by the public institution Centre de Musiques Amplifiées and co-financed by the Luxembourgish State. It stands today as a shining jewel on the Luxembourgish musical landscape. The Rockhal also harbours the Music & Resources Centre Rocklab, with six rehearsal rooms, a recording studio, a dance studio and a documentation center. In short, the Rockhal is a place where artists of the Luxembourgish music scene, professional and amateur alike - can interact and share their views on this industry.


Rotondes is a one-of-a-kind venue consisting of two abandoned railway roundhouses. The cultural centre hosts events that range from concerts to performing and visual arts, as well as numerous conferences, group projects and workshops for all ages. Rotondes explores all musical styles, takes daring gambles, and pays no heed to fashion. Rotondes has always attracted lovers of audacious music, who can boast of having seen Mac DeMarco, Future Islands, Daughter, or Modeselektor before they exploded onto the international scene. That musical legacy lives on in the Congés Annulés festival and throughout the season in the Klub.


The Blues Club proudly holds the Sang a Klang hall which can hold up to 250 people. It offers concerts with musicians from America, Canada, the UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, etc. and gives local and regional groups the opportunity to put on a supporting act and introduce themselves to the wider public.


The Trifolion is the main venue for the renowned Festival International Echternach and is also home of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO), the regional music school and the Echternach brass orchestra. It is the new centre for culture, society and conventions in Echternach, located in the eastern part of Luxemburg. The five-storey Trifolion houses a concert hall with a capacity for 700 people and offers superb acoustics for live performances of all kinds. The auditorium has comfortable fixed seating in the main nave, as well as flexible seating in the side galleries, thus making the hall perfectly suitable for all kinds of events. The building also houses a further hall with an impressive round gallery, which has a capacity for an audience of around 300. In addition to the premises mentioned above the Convention Centre offers additional rooms of varying sizes for seminars and workshops.