Musicians and artists have their own muses and pilgrim sites. Most of the time these are musical spots or areas devoted to music. Some are concert venues that are included in their bucket lists. If you can’t be headlined there as a performer yet, you can at least say that you’ve visited the place or seen some of them.
- Charlottesville, Virginia. You can say that you’ve already arrived once you’ve played in this venue. Incidentally, the best things to do in Charlottesville are almost always related to music. You’ll be in good company here.
- Memphis, Tennessee. Go see Graceland, which is the shrine to the King of Rock, Elvis Presley.
- French Quarter, New Orleans. You can pass by any time of the year, and have a big dose of jazz. The blues scene is also alive and well here.
- Red Rocks, Colorado. Concerts by folk, rock and country music artists feel very close to nature when they perform here. It is a natural open-air amphitheatre for concerts located in Colorado.
- Radio City Music Hall, New York. This is in an iconic location in New York. Artists come here as spectators since big name artists headline events and performances here. A must-visit for any music fan!
- Carnegie Hall, New York. This is noted for classy concerts, and most artists dream of performing at Carnegie Hall.
- Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. This is where most tributes are held. This is a large concert venue frequented by the biggest names in the music scene.
- Royal Albert Hall, London. This is the premiere concert and events venue in London.
- Glastonbury, UK. It is the biggest annual music festival venue outside of the United States. American artists usually swing by on their concert tours.
- Coachella, California. Coachella is an annual music festival in California. Unlike Lalapalooza, which is held in different venues yearly, this is always held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
These are just 10 of the most important events or places that you should see as an artist. You can stay on top of schedules and upcoming shows by checking various sites online.
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