This large open-air terrace is a popular spot, even when there are no concerts. It’s an ideal spot to gather around a table with friends or lounge on the grass. In the evenings, the space is filled with the sounds of electronic music and performances by live bands.
The music sounds different when combined with the background of passing trains. Take an urban culture tour by attending free concerts on Thursdays, raves at the Triukšmas Wagon-Club’s electronic music parties on Fridays, and the Turgus 2.0 events on Sundays. The wagons and locomotives of the Railway Museum aren’t just for music; they’ve become a space for art, street food, and active entertainment. This train is waiting for everyone!
Great music must accompany great food. Every Friday and Saturday, let the tempting aromas and luring sounds of music lead you to the Open Kitchen food market. Expect free performances by new talents and seasoned local bands. The concerts are a perfect backdrop for great evenings in the summer air.
No matter what type of music gets you going, you’ll definitely find something to listen to at this summer terrace. Get ready, this cosy space located in the heart of the city between the walls of the Teachers’ House is celebrating its 30th season. You’re in for some surprises, too: from symphonic classical music and contemporary electronic music, to choirs and famed Lithuanian performers, the courtyard is filled with the perfection of sounds.
Sit down along the banks of the Neris and relax. The floating South American rhythms will carry your thoughts downstream. Music on the cafe terrace makes you want to dance, but don’t worry if dancing is not your thing. Listening to music while overlooking Gediminas’ Castle and the Old Town make for memorable evenings all summer long.
This courtyard has possibly the widest selection of music. From classics to contemporary music, or even avant-garde performances, the walls of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania welcome all the sounds of music. The midsummer Vilnius Festival – a special guest of the courtyard – invites you to concerts from 15 to 26 July. The cultural programme is sure to impress with a little magic under the night sky.
Take advantage of the benefits of spending the summer in the city. The terrace of the industrial art factory Loftas invites you to lose yourself in music and art. From Monday to Thursday, listen to live concerts by renowned Lithuanian and foreign performers, watch movies at the open-air cinema, recharge with delicious street food, and take in unconventional forms of entertainment. Come alone or with friends, family and even your pets. The urban gardens are in full bloom between the walls of the former factories. By the way, the Open Gallery street art gallery is open 24/7.
You will usually learn about the history of medieval life and hear the sounds of old Lithuanian folk instruments in the courtyard of the Trakai Island Castle. But it’s not all about the past here. Look for concerts by renowned Lithuanian performers in the Trakai Island Castle all summer long. The impressive shows will definitely be a part of your fondest memories of your trip to Lithuania. When was the last time you listened to music in a castle?
Need to recharge in the middle of the week? One of the easiest ways to do so is having a romantic evening surrounded by greenery and the alluring scent of flowers, while dancing on the soft grass, gazing at the starry sky and listening to the sounds of musicians from around the globe. It almost feels like a secret performance in your garden just outside the bustling city. The laid-back environment makes for the perfect atmosphere, and you can even have a small picnic if you like.