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AGD Gustaf

Venue

Whereas Gustaf Hall’s diverse range of activities is primarily focused on music, the venue hosts various events in the areas of culture, education, society and youth (lectures, round-table discussions, workshops, humanitarian and community activities, theatre, multimedia events, video and film screenings, etc.). Vital to the existence of the city of Maribor’s independent culture, the space at the same time provides the conditions for the creativity and artistic growth of different interest groups and individuals. Considering that one of the Gustaf Society for Cultural Activities’ primary goals is to provide space and equipment for creative music practice, many exceptional Maribor-based bands have come into existence or established their residence here (Coma Stereo, Muškat Hamburg, Blutwurst, Nina Bulatovix, etc.). Location: Maribor

Ambasada ŠKM Beltinci

Venue

Ambasada ŠKM Beltinci is an autonomous zone and a youth club. Since its informal establishment in 2003, Ambasada has become firmly embedded in the cultural landscape of the region. The venue is situated on the grounds of a disused factory, a location used for rehearsals by local music groups back in the 1990s. The wide array of featured events includes everything from workshops, movie evenings and exhibitions to charity projects. Location: Beltinci

Arena Bonifika

Venue

The multipurpose sports arena also provides a venue for concerts.

Arena Stožice

Venue

The large multipurpose arena provides a venue for concerts, performing arts and sports events. Location: Ljubljana.

Atrij ZRC SAZU - ZRC Atrium

Venue

The ZRC Atrium undertakes promotional activities and organises events and meetings. The venue hosts various daily presentations focusing on art and science, as well as presentations on research work conducted at the eighteen ZRC SAZU (The Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts) institutes. The Atrium also attracts general public, especially by holding cultural events, including literary evenings and classical music concerts. Location: Ljubljana

Autonomous Factory Rog

Venue

The Autonomous Factory Rog, an industrial complex situated on the eastern edge of Ljubljana’s historic centre, was abandoned after the production of bicycles had been discontinued in 1991 and was falling into disrepair for several years. In 2006, the building was occupied by engaged civil population. Today, approximately 15 organised collectives and about 15 individuals have taken up residence in the factory’s 30 self-sufficient spaces, some of which – primarily Rog Concert Hall – provide the venue for music events. Location: Ljubljana.

Avditorij Portorož

Venue

A summer venue, Portorož Auditorium admits up to 2300 people. Featuring an adjoining cafe, the Auditorium hosts concerts, opera and dance performances, as well as entertainment and multimedia events. Location: Portorož

Avsenik Guesthouse

Venue

The inn’s large ‘Under the Avsenik Umbrella Hall’ enjoys daylight and can accommodate up to 350 people. Taking its name from its round design, the venue’s concerts, held at least twice a week, provide live-music entertainment and an opportunity for dancing. The hall hosts television shows, music competitions, concerts and theatre performances. Location: Begunje na Gorenjskem

Balassi Institute Ljubljana

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Location: Ljubljana

Bar Gabrijel

Venue

Bar pr` Gabrijelu has been a culture and music venue since it opened in 1995. It was established to address the general shortage of concert life in the region and provide a suitable music venue in Cerkno. In addition to hosting concerts, the Bar broadened its repertoire to include organising festivals soon after its establishment. Today’s Jazz Cerkno and Keltika festivals are the direct legacies of the venue’s first organising efforts. Location: Cerkno