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Word: venue

Definition: location; place (of a crime, trial, gathering, etc.); CF. come


Sentences Containing 'venue'

A perfect example of a quintessential English venue.
Alexandra Palace is an entertainment venue in Alexandra Park, London.
and in the DCC venue in Camden Row, among other venues.
At the last venue on the tour the bottles were auctioned for the charity "Pod".
Demand was so high that those locked out attempted to burn down the doors of the venue.
During the 1980s and early 1990s, it was a venue for indie music.
Factors related to the location and the venue.
Falcon's Lair became a venue for jazz concerts.
For many years Lincoln only had the Theatre Royal as its main venue.
From 1993 to 1995, the Brit Awards were hosted at the venue.
However, in June 2012 the venue was forced into moving.
In 1997 it was converted into a music venue.
In 2001 the city was the main venue for the Bandy World Championships.
It has become a favourite venue of urban explorers.
It is a popular venue for bushwalkers and mountain climbers.
It is best known as a venue for live music.
It is currently home venue of Esteghlal Khuzestan.
It is currently used as a venue for events such as wedding receptions.
It was in this year that Q-dance had a permanent venue at Tomorrowland.
It was their largest American show ever, as it sold out the entire venue.
Its home venue was Bishopsbourne Paddock.
Lamlash Hall was announced as the new venue and tickets sold were allowed for the new venue.
Later, the venue became known as the Bijou Theatre.
Linden House is a popular venue for meetings and private celebrations.
Live Nation began booking the venue in 2012.
On 10 November 2012, it was the venue for the Vans Warped Tour.
Security was heightened for the trip to and from the concert venue as well as at the arena.
She then crashes into the wedding venue.
The album's tracks were recorded during a venue across Austin, Texas.
The building continued as a boxing venue until 1962.
The Final is usually played in March at a neutral venue.
The Grateful Dead played two extended stands at this venue.
The look of the venue was that of the classic roadhouse.
The museum also serves as a venue for traditional Japanese storytelling.
The show venue was in a studio of GMA Network Center.
The summit was intended as a venue for resolving differences among its members.
The venue for the summit meetings was the Ch√Ęteau Montebello.
The venue for the tournament is played in Okinawa, Japan, every year.
The venue for this summit meeting was the International Convention Centre, Birmingham.
The venue has recently renovated the balcony area above the venue bar area to create a smaller, intimate venue called The Platform.
The venue is now called the Donetsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.
The venue rotated annually among the three cities.
The venue was the IPM Multi-sports Pavilion.
These were the last two concerts ever performed at the venue.
This park is a venue of summer musical entertainment.
This venue is also used as a Retreat and Spirituality Centre.
Thus, the Dzong has been the venue for coronation of all the kings of Bhutan.
Tickets for each show could be obtained only through the venue website, or phone.
Today, is utilized as a concert venue and ice skating facility.
Wrockwardine Church is a popular venue for weddings.

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