Jam-packed at weekends, this hole-in-the-wall bar is Stuttgart’s leading jazz venue, with nightly concerts starting at 9pm or 10pm.
Stuttgart’s grandest theatre presents a top-drawer program of ballet, opera, theatre and classical music. The Stuttgart Ballet (www.stuttgart-ballet.de) is hailed as one of Europe’s best.
Suave chocolate-gold tones and soft lighting set the scene for first-rate jazz acts at Bix, swinging from big bands to soul and blues.
This dynamic theatre stages live rock, jazz and other music genres, plus theatre and comedy performances.
Ensconced in an historic train station and fabled for its acoustics, the Festspielhaus is Europe's second-biggest concert hall, seating 2500 theatre-goers, and a lavish tribute to Baden-Baden's musical heritage. Und…
The Baden-Baden Theater is a neo-baroque confection of white-and-red sandstone whose frilly interior looks like a miniature version of the Opéra-Garnier in Paris. It forms the gateway to Lichtentaler Allee and stage…
Under the brick arches of a wine cellar, this venue hosts first-rate jazz, rock and world-music concerts (€20 to €30) at 7pm or 8pm at least a couple of nights a week (see the website for details). It morphs into a …
Jimi Hendrix and Sting are among the stars who have performed at this culture and congress centre. The 1950s venue stages big-name classical and pop concerts, cabaret and comedy.
Once a medieval church, this is now Konstanz’ most happening cultural venue, with a line-up skipping from salsa nights and film screenings to gigs, club nights and jive nights. See the website for schedules.
The revered Baden-Badener Philharmonie frequently performs in the Kurhaus.