Palladium is located in the centre of Riga, in Marijas street. With a maximum capacity of 2000 people it is the biggest concert hall of such proportions in the Baltic states.
The cinema Palladium was built in 1913 which was among the most popular cinemas in Riga until it was closed in 2002. In 1920s Palladium was the largest cinema in Europe with up to 1080 seats and in 1986 it was the first cinema in the Baltic states with Dolby Stereo System surround sound and a widescreen.
Palladium was reconstructed from a cinema into a concert hall in 2011 and has included the performances of such artists as James Blunt, Kaiser Chiefs, Simple Minds, Editor and Scissor Sisters.
Palladium is suited for both private and public events, offering concert hall premises (either with or without a balcony) for theatre plays, concerts, balls, conferences, seminars and meetings.
Sound and light equipment, bar and bartenders and wardrobe services are offered upon request.
Palladium offers a Concert hall :
- hall 451 m2
- stage 100 m2
- 2nd floor balcony 172 m2
- 3rd floor balcony 162 m2
Capacity: up to 2000 pers.