Red Rocks, Morrison, Colorado

A unique venue nestled between two sandstone boulders, Red Rocks offers natural acoustics and stunning views above Denver, hosting acts like Bruno Mars and Thievery Corporation

Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles

An iconic 17,500-seater venue with a distinctive shell and stage set against the Hollywood Hills, it's been graced by Kanye West, Linkin Park, and houses the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra

Brooklyn Steel, New York City

A former steel plant in Brooklyn, this venue's impressive speaker system and 1,800 capacity make it a top spot for artists like Arctic Monkeys and LCD Soundsystem​

Radio City Music Hall, New York City

: Opened in 1932, this Art Deco style venue with a 6,000-seat capacity has hosted legends like Frank Sinatra and Jay Z, and events like the Grammys​

Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

A historic venue, originally a church, known for country music but also hosting diverse genres including rap, recognized as a National Historic Landmark

The Fillmore, San Francisco

A 1,000-capacity venue with a history in psychedelic rock, The Fillmore has hosted Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, and continues to attract a range of artists

The Tabernacle, Atlanta

Once a church, now a mid-sized concert hall, The Tabernacle has seen performances from Prince, Eminem, and hosts comedy tours, making it a versatile Atlanta venue​

9:30 Club, Washington, D.C

A DC staple since the 1980s, known for indie acts and a stage on wheels, it's hosted Green Day, Radiohead, and offers amenities like backstage bunk beds​

The Norva, Norfolk, Virginia

A former vaudeville theatre turned concert venue, The Norva's advanced sound system has attracted acts like James Brown and Prince​

Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago

A modern, Frank Gehry-designed open-air pavilion in Millennium Park, it hosts various music festivals and offers a stunning city skyline backdrop