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Say what you will about Rome’s rather docile nightlife scene compared to other major cities, there are enough concerts in Rome to fill a hundred Coliseums.
Several of the incredible ancient buildings that line this great city now serve as live music venues, and play host to everything from classic classical to modern techno DJ parties.
There are plenty of opera concerts in Rome, but for those looking for music that doesn’t make you want to dive head first into a Spartan death match, Rome’s variety of concerts have got you covered.
Ippodromo Delle Capannelle often has the biggest touring bands on its concert calendar, although the Orion Live Club can give Ippodromo a run for its Lira and have featured everyone from Lenny Kravitz to Simple plan.
Circolo degli Artisti, meanwhile, is a crazy cool underground music venue in the city known for its electronic and house nights. Still not convinced there’s a concert out there for you in Rome? Then head to ALEXANDER PLATZ, Blackout Rock Club, or Rashomon Club for more rock, acoustic, DJs, and tons of other Rome concerts every night of the week.