More than one million visitors from Germany and abroad – and several hundred events a year: this is how the Wiener Stadthalle presents itself today. It occupies a central place in the domestic and international event scene.
With its independent halls, the event center is not only the largest event location in Austria. Due to its enduring history, it is also one of the most traditional in Europe.
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Wiener Stadthalle – Event-Center
The Wiener Stadthalle was opened in 1958: after more than 4 years of construction and realized according to plans by the Austrian architect Roland Rainer. Thousands of Viennese cheered their new landmark. Since the 1990s, it has been expanded by additional halls. In addition to the halls A to F here is the Stadthallenbad housed. This was built 1972-1974 on the occasion of the European Swimming Championship, which took place in ’74.
As a result, enough space was gradually created – for sports events and gala concerts, as well as major events such as the Eurovision Song Contest.
In the 1960s, the Stadthalle even functioned as a film production company. Around 25 films were produced. Since these were only moderately successful, the film engagement was discontinued in 1966 again.
Today, the Wiener Stadthalle attracts visitors all year round to various events for young and old. From dance to sport, from rock to opera and cabaret, from fair and congress to show. The Horse Festival Apassionata, Herbert Grönemeyer, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Volbeat, Bruno Mars, Helene Fischer, Andrea Berg, Holiday on Ice, Masters of Dirt and many more events will find plenty of space in the halls.
Location and map of the Wiener Stadthalle:
Address: Wiener Stadthalle, Roland Rainer Platz 1, 1150 Vienna
Tip: Most of the tickets of the Wiener Stadthalle are also valid as a ticket for the Wiener Linien (subway / tram). In addition to barrier-free wheelchair spaces, many events offer special price reductions.
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