Here are some of the best live music venues in Worcester


NOW that spring has arrived, you may be looking for the perfect place to spend your summer evenings.

Summer is for hanging out with your friends and listening to music, whether it’s a mellow solo artist or a heavy metal band.

We’ve put together a list of some of the best live music lounges in Worcester.

Marrs Bar

Marrs Bar on Pierpoint Street is known for its live music and drinks. The venue is in the heart of Worcester.

One reviewer was impressed with the live music bar and said: “Went to see Amy Wadge at Marrs bar last night. Small venue with a bar. Didn’t have to wait long for a drink for the concert The place is fabulous for an intimate concert.

“I was blown away by Amy Wadge and found the owner and staff to be very efficient and polite.”

The Swan

This Worcester City pub is one of Worcester’s oldest pubs and the venue’s unique selling point is probably its real ales, craft beer and live music. Often spotted hosting live music parties and inviting up-and-coming singers to perform.

Many diners who visit this venue always rave about the food and atmosphere and one reviewer said, “The food was outstanding! The burger was so good! The best I’ve ever had! cute! Dog friendly too!”

Pub O’Neills

Diners can enjoy live music and sports at O’Neill’s

This traditional Irish chain pub offers diners live sports and live music.

The bands placed on the center stage have been handpicked for diners to enjoy while they eat.

However, sport is a passion point of this pub as they show Six Nations rugby and GAA football.

Many diners recommend taking a weekend visit, as one visitor said:

“Lovely Sunday afternoon spent watching sports at O’Neill’s.

“Great burger and drink at a great price – shift manager was friendly and changed skyboxes at lightning speed when the rugby ended but the grand prix had started. Will be back soon!”

Paradiddles Music Cafe Bar

This independent music venue and cafe bar claims to be the hotspot for “fresh coffee, great vibes and delicious food.”

The venue hosts several blues nights, music competitions and guest appearances by Ginny Lemon.

Many visitors have written this place off as an accidental but enjoyable find and raved about the music and food.

One restaurant, in particular, was impressed when visited and said: “I think my title sums it all up. The staff are friendly and fast, the general atmosphere and music are great and most importantly the dogs are the welcome.

The Imperial Tavern

The Imperial Tavern on Rue Saint-Nicolas welcomes visitors with real open fires and live music.

This place is getting popular because this review was given just five days ago

The restaurant said: ‘Great service from Fred and the really helpful team, a great pint and Sunday lunch will be back soon.’


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