Situated on the sea front of this popular holiday destination, this building is the largest exhibition centre in Southern England and can accommodate up to 5,000 delegates, along with being used as a live music venue. Also open for weddings and other events, the venue was first opened in 1977 by the then Prime Minister James Callaghan. A major redevelopment of the site took place in 2012, with renovation of the main entrance and the venue's restaurant. In its first year its stage saw Bing Crosby put on his final performance before his unexpected death a few days later. It has subsequently hosted a number of touring bands and artists, whilst also playing hosts to events like the British Open Snooker and Premier League Darts.
Live Events at the Brighton Centre
The next few months see a variety of events take place at the centre, including comedy with stars like Michael McIntyre, music with artists such as Years and Years, Will Young and The Vaccines and even an action packed night of spectacular WWE wrestling. Holiday on Ice also returns to the UK for one week only next year, with the Brighton Centre as one of the key venues.
Located in the heart of Brighton, right by the seafront, the venue is easily accessible via public transport and is only a short walk from the mainline railway station. There are also many different car parking options surrounding the venue should you chose to drive. For more detailed information on the venue, check out the Brighton Centre seating plan on StubHub UK.
If you're looking for more great music venues in the area, why not check out the listings for Concorde 2, which sees a whole host of club nights grace its halls, with the more alternative artists making it a key venue in their touring schedule. Brighton Dome is also well worth a visit to see some of the larger acts.
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