Welcome at TivoliVredenburg

Situated in the centre of the medieval city of Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg is a unique contemporary music complex for all kinds of music and entertainment.

TivoliVredenburg is located next to the central train station, in the city centre of Utrecht.

Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport are just 30 minutes by train; Rotterdam and The Hague only 45 minutes. There are daily international trains from and to Brussels (2 hours), Cologne (2,5 hours) and Paris (3,5 hours). For more info, go to www.ns.nl or www.nshighspeed.nl (international).

TivoliVredenburg opened its doors in 2014 and consists of several halls with perfect acoustics and facilities for all kinds of music – ranging from pop, jazz and club nights to symphonic music, chamber music and much more! – as well as bars, lounges, a cafe and a restaurant.

The name is a combination of Tivoli and Vredenburg, both renowned music venues in Utrecht, who merged into TivoliVredenburg in 2014.

No more corona measures apply to TivoliVredenburg. Our programming has completely resumed.

Frequently Asked Questions

All you need to know about visiting TivoliVredenburg.

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Our Halls

TivoliVredenburg has several halls and locations, all under one roof.

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Our visiting and postal address, e-mail address, opening hours, and more.

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Technical Production

Technical details of each hall, and information regarding transport, the use of SFX, security, safety conditions and more.

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Restaurant & Cafe

Would you like a drink or something to eat? Kitchen Bar Danel and cafe Het Gegeven Paard (“The Given Horse”) are ready for you! They are both located under the roof of TivoliVredenburg, next to Utrecht’s characteristic medieval canal. A reservation is not necessary, you can just walk in!

Utrecht: A medieval city with an unparalleled vitality

“Perhaps it’s the lure of Amsterdam that leads people to forget Utrecht. Whatever the reason, this graceful city is bizarrely under-visited. Its old town is encircled by a medieval canal, and you can hop on a boat tour to visit the city’s bustling, vibrant wharves. Built to connect the canalside with Utrecht’s impressive townhouses, today these unique spaces are filled with bohemian cafes, shops, restaurants and bars.”

– Lonely Planet