Crystal Hall concerts

    Baku City Circuit is offering fans one of the most exciting live music line ups by any F1 Grand Prix promoter in recent memory.

    Million-selling global artists Jamiroquai, Christina Aguilera and Dua Lipa will be performing on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th April respectively in Baku’s stunning Crystal Hall after the on-track action has ended.

    The walk distance from the far point of the Boulevard Vending Area to Baku Crystal Hall is approximately 5km. For ticketholders who prefer using transport instead of walk, the shuttle buses will be available to reach the Baku Crystal Hall.

    The schedule of operations as per below:

    Transfers from Race Track to Baku Crystal Hall

    Friday: 20:00 – 21:00

    Saturday: 19:30 – 21:00

    Sunday: 18:30 – 21:00

    Transfers from Baku Crystal Hall to Race Track

    Friday: 23:00 – 04:00

    Saturday: 23:00 – 04:00

    Sunday: 23:00 – 04:00

    Spectator Shuttle Service from Boulevard Vending Area to / from Baku Crystal Hall via Ferry In addition to the shuttle bus services, from Boulevard Vending area there will be available a free of charge ferry transfers to and from Baku Crystal Hall.

    Where to go?

    Baku prides itself on offering something for everyone. Amongst other things, visitors can explore the historic delights of the Old City (Icheri Sheher), and in particular the Palace of the Shirvanshahs and Maiden Tower enclosed within it walls; take in the plethora of boutiques along Nizami Street (one of the most expensive streets in the world); marvel at the multitude of water features in Fountain Square; visit Megafon, Europe’s largest indoor amusement arcade; take the funicular to Upland Park to enjoy clear views of the city; or simply stroll along Baku’s picturesque seaside boulevard, where you’re flanked on one side by the Caspian Sea and on the other by the city’s modern skyline, including the distinctive Flame Towers.

    Extended stay

    Those staying on in Baku would be well advised to take a trip out of town to the Ateshgah or ‘Fire Temple’ which is an ancient religious temple in a suburb of the city called Surakhani. The site was once a place of Zoroastrian fire worship as natural fires used to spontaneously burn there as gas emerged from seven (now-exhausted) natural surface vents. A little further out of the city is Qobustan, another UNESCO site, which is home to famous rock paintings and mud volcanoes - another must see for culture vultures.