Live music has always played an important part in the history of The Glee Birmingham. The venue is host to big tour shows as well as more intimate concerts, with a broad spectrum of artists representing all kinds of music, from Indie to Rock, and Pop music. Many of these artists have played legendary early shows in there. Get your tickets here.
The Green Room Café is just opposite and therefore one of the most closest cafés and restaurants to The Glee. A perfect place to come and grab a pre-gig meal or relax with some afternoon drinks. Also a nice option when you’re heading to O2 Academy or Sunflower Lounge later on.
Just a short walk from New Street Rail Station and Bull Ring Shopping Centre, the ibis Birmingham Centre is located in central Birmingham, in the middle of vibrant Chinese Quarter. Within short distance of Birmingham's leading attractions and just around the corner of O2 Academy, The Sunflower Lounge, and The Glee. The hotel has modern, en suite rooms with free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, work desk, and tea and coffee making facilities.Book Now
Experience smart and spacious Japanese dining room and sushi bar in a sleek, modern glass fronted building. Definitely one of the best restaurants in Birmingham.
80,000 annual Rock fans cannot be wrong: Download Festival is the most popular British Rock and Heavy Metal festival. Always hosting the real big names in music scene. About 40 miles away, at Donington Park.
For the really big gigs, Arena Birmingham is the right place. Also located very nice in the canalside area with loads of restaurant and bar options around.
If you are heading for a major artist’s gig, you may probably have tickets for O2 Academy. Hosting concerts nearly every night, this one is all about live music.
Independent music scene comes alive in the The Sunflower Lounge. DJs and live bands alike will promise best entertainment for tonight.
South of the inner city is The Hare and Hounds where UB40 once played a legendary concert. Now one of the most influential music venues in town.
Fancy some live music? The Actress & Bishop is probably a good choice on virtually every night. Also strongly supporting local acts from Birmingham and around.
One of the best options in Brum for vibrant live music atmosphere: The Asylum Venue. Always on the list are Punk, Rock, Heavy Metal, Grunge, or Indie.
The Digbeth Institute was originally built as a methodist congregational chapel at the turn of the 1900s. From 1955 on, it was used as a civic hall. It later became a music venue and has become an essential part of the Birmingham live music and club scene. Over the last 30 years this legendary venue has hosted numerous renowned bands.