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Noun
/ˈvenˌyo͞o/,
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venues, plural;
  1. The place where something happens, esp. an organized event such as a concert, conference, or sports event
    • - the river could soon be the venue for a powerboat world championship event
  2. The county or district within which a criminal or civil case must be heard


  1. the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
  2. in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held
  3. Venue is the location where a case is heard. In the United States, the venue is either a county (for cases in state court) or a district or division (for cases in federal court). ...
  4. Venue is the what's on magazine for the Bristol and Bath areas of the UK.
  5. Venue is a brand of live sound digital mixing consoles introduced by Digidesign in February 2005. The system now includes three different consoles and a number of ways they can be configured. ...
  6. Leeds College of Music, located in Leeds’ Quarry Hill cultural quarter, is the largest music college in the United Kingdom, with over 1,000 full-time and 1,500 part-time students. ...
  7. The Leicester Square Theatre (formerly The Venue), is a 420-seat studio theatre on Leicester Square, in the City of Westminster, London, which opened in 2002 with the premier of Boy George's Taboo. ...
  8. The Venue was a Music club at 33 Victoria Street, London, England, owned by Virgin Records. It opened its doors in October 1978. The first act to play there was Graham Parker and The Rumour, followed by the last live performances by Alex Harvey before his death.
  9. A place, especially the one where a given event is to happen; A neighborhood or near place; the place or county in which anything is alleged to have happened; also, the place where an action is laid; Sport venue: a stadium or similar building in which a sporting competition is held
  10. (Venues) Essential Knockout (Baltics biggest electronic music open-air festival) and local clubs
  11. (Venues) Following nine seasons at the Memorial Auditorium, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra performed at the Westdale Auditorium 1958-62, the Palace Theatre 1962-71, and the Mohawk Theatre 1971-3. It moved into Hamilton Place in 1973.
  12. The geographical location in which a case is tried.
  13. Used to indicate the county, district, or other place where a case is or will be tried.
  14. Authority of a court to hear a matter based on geographical location.
  15. The geographic area in which a court has jurisdiction. A change of venue is a change or transfer of a case from one judicial district to another.
  16. (1) The county (or other geographical division) in which an action or prosecution is brought for trial and which is to furnish the panel of jurors. (2) The county in which an acknowledgement (notorization) is made.
  17. The place, county or geographical location, where a hearing and determination may occur, defined by the court with jurisdiction in a given area.
  18. The particular court in which an action may be brought.
  19. The facility in which a swimming competition is conducted.
  20. 18. All exhibitors must follow instructions from venue staff at all times.
  21. This has the same meaning as in everyday English except that in a legal context it usually refers specifically to the location of a judicial hearing. ...
  22. the county where the case is heard.
  23. The site of the meeting or event.
  24. The county in which proceedings may be commenced. Also see Change of Venue.
  25. Relates to determination of which county a lawsuit should be filed in. In personal injury cases the plaintiff may sue the defendant in the county where the defendant resides, has his/her principal place of business, or where the accident took place.