Arts & Events guide

  • 2015-11-28


Dec. 30, Arena Riga: Loved and enjoyed by audiences across Europe, Latin Pop Opera Carmen Cubana wraps up the year in Riga, bringing with it impressive set designs, sizzling Cuban beats, and over 100 performers, each bearing their passion for George Bizet’s original opera in this updated version.

Jan. 26, Palladium: Enjoy a night of rock with Canadian band Three Days Grace kicking off the Eastern European leg of their tour in Riga with their own twist on alt-metal rock; playing everything from their early 2000s hits to tracks off their new album, Human.

Jan. 30, Arena Riga: As part of their world tour, Imagine Dragons is rocking into Riga, bringing their immensely popular songs to Latvia on a European tour to promote their new album. Experience the vibrancy and energy innate to all their tunes.

Feb. 16, Arena Riga: Celebrating their 50th year of rocking out, the German riff-powerhouse The Scorpions are coming to Riga. Prepare to be rocked like a hurricane with their range of hard rock and heavy metal.

Feb. 20, Arena Riga: Catalan lyric tenor of the Three Tenors, Jose Carreras, is set to take the stage with his performances of classic Verdi and Puccini with the Riga Symphony Orchestra led by David Giménez as part of his A Life in Music world tour.


Dec. 08, Siemens Arena: One of the greatest heavy metal bands of all times, the British band Judas Priest is coming to Vilnius during their world tour along with their iconic heavy metal fashion to promote their album, Redeemer of Souls.

Dec. 09, Compensa Concert Hall: American pop/rock singer Vonda Shepard, known from her work on Ally McBeal, and her guitar deliver soulful vocals to Lithuania this autumn to promote her new album, Rookie. 

Dec. 18, Opium: London-based producer of post-industrial band Factory Floor, Gabe Gurnsey comes to one of Vilnius’ intimate locations to awe fans with his metronomic synth-noir, sure to turn the atmosphere sedated and contemplative. 

Jan. 23, Siemens Arena: More heavy metal is coming to town with the American band Slipknot ringing in the new year. Known for their aggressive music and energetic performances.  Chaotic, unexpected and always entertaining, this show will start 2016 off with a very loud bang.

Jan. 31, Siemens Arena: American rock band Imagine Dragons arrives in Vilnius as one of their Baltic stops to perform popular songs such as Radioactive, Gold, and Demons, as well as to promote their new album across the world.


Dec. 12, Studio: Estonian twin House musicians, Bombossa Brothers, are quickly heating up the electronic music scene, hosting an active and spirited concert, working the crowd into an animated frenzy. Come ready to dance.

Dec. 18, The Factory: Selling millions of albums worldwide, German electronic dance music DJ Paul van Dyke is making his way to the Baltics with his signature dancefloor friendly hits and more experimental melodic singles.

Dec. 20, Nordea Kontserdimaja: ’70s disco legends Boney M are going to boogie out 2015 with classics such as Rasputin and Daddy Cool as they shimmy their way across Europe, stopping in Tallinn for a lively show.

Dec. 28, Saku Suurhall: Gangster actor-turned singer, Robert Davi Sings Sinatra, is taking his Vegas show on the road to Tallinn to croon Ol’ Blue Eyes’ classics such as Fly Me to the Moon and My Way in what is sure to be a romantic evening of music.

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