Bath Pavilion

Bath Pavilion

Having originally opened in 1910 on September 17th, Bath Pavilion is a wonderful multi purpose building that has proven to be a much loved and versatile part of Bath’s history. Initially opened as a roller skating rink the venue is much more likely to hold musical concerts now.

The wonderful sandstone building was purchased in 1930 by Bath City Council who renamed it to The Pavilion we still have today. After its reopening it was more commonly used as a concert hall however it was used during the second world war as an assembly point for British aircraft wings.

With a capacity of up to 1400 people the venue has been used for private functions and weddings, live concerts, exhibitions and more over the years. In fact, it has played host to a whole host of musical acts ranging from the likes of Led Zeppelin and The Who to The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, you just don’t get bigger than that!


The Pavilion continues to welcome acts and with names like blur and Oasis having played there it is clear the venue still has plenty to offer.

Bath itself has a lot to offer visitors and is actually a World Heritage site due to the Roman Built Baths in the city. Because of the natural springs, Bath is well renowned for being a spa town that people actively visit for rest and recuperation. In fact, many people travel the short journey from London to make the most of the great cosmetic surgery and spa opportunities on offer here.

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As well as The Pavilion, Bath has a number of other great venues that regularly host events and with Bristol close by it is a great area to catch your favourite acts.