7. Palanga Concert HallTag
The new Palanga Concert Hall stands in the centre of the city, surrounded by trees, and sheltered by Count Tiškevičius Avenue. Residents and visitors of Palanga may recall the Summer Stage, built in 1971 that stood here before.
When the reconstruction of the venue began in 2013, architects had the difficult task of fitting the new building into a neighborhood full of different architectural styles. Using the idea of a music box, minimalist volumes, and materials, with a focus on high-level acoustics, a modern, multi-purpose entertainment space has been created – the first concert hall to be built in restored Lithuania.
The traditions of the old Summer Stage and the modern concert hall are united by an eye-catching accent on the facade of the building – the autograph of Stasys Povilaitis, a long-time resident and guest of Palanga, and a legend of Lithuanian stage music.Back
Visiting time2021 September 12 10:00–18:00
Tours begin every 30 minutes and last 45 minutes. Last tour on Sunday starts at 5:00 PM.