Punk out and go to the most famous club for live music in Vienna: The Arena!
The Arena is the most famous club for live music in Vienna. From Rock to Drum and Bass, all kinds of music rocks the cradle over there. The Arena Beisl is next to the Open Air stage where the bands heat up the air in summer. It’s small, nice, and if you want to escape the crowd of the concert, just stop there for a beer and some old school punk music: Hey Ho! Let’s go!
location: baumgasse 80, 1030 vienna | how to get htere: metro u3 to erdberg | opening hours: from 4 pm till the end | website:
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