Art-house cinema in the northern reaches of the Latin Quarter. Shows films in their original language, with Danish subtitles.
Aarhus’ premier club, Train is first and foremost a concert venue, with shows a couple of nights a week and some big international acts on the program. Train opens as a late-night club as well on Friday and Saturday…
Aarhus’ concert hall is a large, glass-fronted venue that hosts a range of musical events, from Rod Stewart to Rigoletto, performances from Den Kongelige Ballet (the Royal Danish Ballet) or the Aarhus Symphony Orche…
Radar offers a glimpse into Aarhus’ indie scene with a wide range of live music (including rock, techno, punk and folk) from its home inside the cool Godsbanen cultural centre.
This is a suitably theatrical building dating from 1900, embellished with gargoyles and other extravagant decor. Performances are largely in Danish, but musical and dance productions are also staged.
VoxHall is a well-established live-music locale hosting an eclectic range of acts. Attached is the more-intimate Atlas (capacity 300), specialising in jazz and world-music performers.
A slick indoor sporting arena and concert venue hosting big-name international touring acts. It's south of the city, off Hwy 15 (take the train to Herning Messecenter).
Inside Bruun’s Galleri shopping centre (connected to the train station); screens blockbusters alongside smaller local films.
This large modern theatre hosts regular concerts and stage shows.