Although Lithuania is a small country, we have a number of modern concert halls and arenas, with a wide variety of events. Screams of sports fans shake the walls of arenas and roofs of concert halls are vibrating during the concerts of the most famous and world known stars, while performances and exhibitions attract those who are interested in culture and art.
The largest arena in the Baltic countries
Kaunas Zalgiris Arena is the largest in the Baltic countries, and can accommodate up to 16,000 spectators. The acoustics of the arena is exceptionally good, because it employs the most advanced technology, and the arena is equipped with arts and multimedia space, restaurants, and cafes. This a great place to organize high level events: sporting, concerts, exhibitions, circusrd, etc. The Arena’s visitors enjoy the high quality of the events and have a good time.
Homes for music, sports and culture
Lithuanian concert halls host the world's most prominent performers and most impressive troupes, its parquet is tested by professional athletes, and interesting and valuable art collections are exhibited here. All events are jam-packed with crowds of spectators who gather here to have fun.
Concerts: Lithuanian halls have already seen the world's brightest stars: Andrea Bocelli, Elton Jonh, Lady Gaga, Bryan Adams, Sting, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and others.
The concerts of world-class celebrities attract not only Lithuanians, but also fans from all over the Baltic region.
Not only popular music performers come to Lithuania: music lovers enjoy classical music concerts, symphony, chamber music, brass bands and choral performances in addition to jazz and blues festivals.
Sports competitions: It is no secret that the sport is an integral part of Lithuanian life. Meanwhile, the basketball is considered the second Lithuanian religion. So, no wonder that in 2011, during the European basketball championship held in Lithuania, the whole country pulsated in the basketball rhythm.
Also, arenas and halls offer other sports events, warm up the blood of fans – volleyball, handball, tennis, boxing, dance sport competitions, figure skating performances.
Culture, art: Art lovers can visit the permanent art, photography, numismatics and other exhibitions focused on a wide range of topics – from the oldest exhibits depicting the antiquity to contemporary modern art installations. The best Lithuanian directors produce plays, operas, ballets and musicals and their performances take place not only in the halls, but also in the open-air and parks.
Exhibitions and conferences: Large concert halls are good to organise business seminars, congresses, conferences, and exhibitions. A variety of thematic exhibitions are held throughout the year: crowds of readers and lovers of literature are attracted by the Baltic region's biggest Book Fair, plant lovers visit gardening fairs and speed enthusiasts gather together for car shows.