Best music venue in Europe to go to a concert of DCD?
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Hello everyone. One of my favorite bands Dead can Dance will have a tour in Europe in 2019. I want to go see them in the best possible venue.

Here is the calendar of the tour, showing the names and places of each music venue the concerts will be in:
https://www.songkick.com/artists/11333-dead-can-dance/calendar

Can you, please, recommend me where to go see the concert for the best audio quality and acoustics?

Thanks.
 
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Hello everyone. One of my favorite bands Dead can Dance will have a tour in Europe in 2019. I want to go see them in the best possible venue.

Here is the calendar of the tour, showing the names and places of each music venue the concerts will be in:
https://www.songkick.com/artists/11333-dead-can-dance/calendar

Can you, please, recommend me where to go see the concert for the best audio quality and acoustics?

Thanks.
Hi NDonchev,
I may be a bit late to your query, but for any future reference, Royal Albert Hall in London (https://www.royalalberthall.com/) is the best sounding venue I’ve ever been to. The acoustic of that place is in a league of its own and I never had ringing in my ears the following morning after a gig there. Not even after a NIN gig and that one was LOUD! :slight_smile:
I can see Dead Can Dance played there back in 2012 so hopefully they’ll play there again...
https://www.royalalberthall.com/about-the-hall/news/2012/october/dead-can-dance-26-october-2012/
 
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