Old and new music with blues, world beats, DJs and rock. Catch the tram to Pionýrská. Gigs usually kick off at 8pm.
For Hollywood hits and occasional art-house surprises. There's a small cafe inside and a children's play area.
From opera to ballet, all affordably priced.
The Theatre Booking Office, sells tickets to both the Janáček and Reduta Theatres.
Part cool bar/cafe and part intimate performance venue, Klub Desert features Brno's most eclectic live late-night line-up. Gypsy bands, neofolk – anything goes.
Blues, jazz and world music, including occasional international acts, feature at this popular spot, which also incorporates a good restaurant and wine bar. Buy tickets in advance at the club box office or at the Olo…
DJs, Brno's best up-and-coming bands and occasional touring performers all rock the stage at Brno's top music club. Catch tram 1 or 6 to the Hrnčirská stop.
Usually known by its nickname ‘Ponorka’ (literally ‘submarine’), this is possibly the loudest, smokiest and most crowded rock club/pub in the Czech Republic (and that’s saying something). The scene is mostly aging r…
The Brno Philharmonic Orchestra box office is located around the corner from the main entrance on Besední. Aside from the standard opening hours, you can buy tickets an hour before the performance.
The Brno Philharmonic is the city's leading orchestra for performing classical music. It conducts some 40 concerts a year, plus tours around the Czech Republic and Europe. It's particularly strong on Moravian-born, …