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Clubs, Music

This largish site doubles as a disco and concert venue (mainly on Monday and Thursday nights). It's in a converted industrial space away from the city...

Via Valtellina 25

Auditorium di Milano


This relatively new addition to Milan's classical music scene was built in Largo Mahler, which was appropriately enough named after composer Gustav Mahler,...

Largo Mahler 1

Blue Note


The Blue Note club, restaurant and bar is the largest and most prestigious of the Milan jazz venues, and part of a venerable international franchise. The...

Via Borsieri 37

Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Verdi


This prestigious institution was founded in 1808 in a former Lateran convent. Many key figures in Italian music studied here - although, funnily enough, the...

Via Conservatorio 12



This sports and music venue was built for the 1990 World Cup, and is one of the most love-it-or-hate-it cement structures in the city. It's very hard to get...

Via G di Vittorio 6

La Casa 139

Critics' choice

This multifunctional place seems to play host to just about everything: concerts, DJ sets, exhibitions, conferences and private parties. Its music selection...

Via Ripamonti 139

La Salumeria della Musica


This venue, whose name means 'the delicatessen of music', prides itself on having been listed by Down Beat magazine among the world's 100 best jazz clubs...

Via Pasinetti 4

Le Scimmie


This cosy club and restaurant in the Navigli area rightfully describes itself as 'the temple of Milan jazz', although, in a generous ecumenical gesture, it...

Via Ascanio Sforza 49



Once known as Transilvania (probably Milan's only death metal bar), this venue has recently been recast as a Swinging London-style place. A pretty weird...

Via Paravia 59

Nordest Caffè


This pleasant wine bar hosts local and international jazz artists on Wednesday and Thursday (from 10pm in winter and from 7.30pm in summer). Entrance is...

Via Borsieri 35



In 1985, Milan was hit by a freak snowfall, which destroyed the city's indoor sports arena. The 9,000-seat PalaSharp (originally called the Palatrussardi)...

Via Sant'Elia 33

Rolling Stone

Clubs, Music

This three-floor club hosts several concerts a month. With a top capacity of 2,000 and the ability to close off different floors depending on the size of...

Corso XXII Marzo 32

Stadio Meazza (San Siro)


This iconic city-owned soccer stadium (known as San Siro throughout the football world) is shared by the city's two, fiercely competitive soccer clubs,...

Viale Piccolomini 5

Teatro alla Scala


The world-famous opera house is still coming to terms with the return to its old home. Getting tickets for Italian opera here is extremely difficult, but if...

Piazza della Scala

Teatro dal Verme


Built in 1872, this theatre became a cinema after World War II. It finally reopened as a music venue in 2001, after a slow but steady, Italian-style 20-year...

Via Giovanni sul Muro 2
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