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In 1956, Vienna acquired the Vienna Stadthalle, thanks to architect Roland Rainer, as a flagship for modern concerts and shows. In those days, the unheard of size made events in a class of their own possible from the outset and brought the world elite, from Louis Armstrong and Deep Purple to Frank Zappa, closer to a euphoric audience.

Since the modernisation, and construction of the second Hall F, the spectrum of events has grown even wider: besides exhibitions, trade fairs, shows and musical productions, top stars can also be seen on a regular basis. You too can look forward to evenings in 2015 with stars such as:

  • Lionel Richie - All the Hits All Night Long (14. 2. 2015)
  • Ennio Morricone - My Life in Music World Tour (15. 2. 2015)
  • Katy Perry (26. 2. 2015)
  • ABBA Tribute Show (29. 3. 2015)
  • Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage together (1. 4. 2015)
  • Massachusetts - The Bee Gees Musical (22. 4. 2015)
  • James Last & Orchestra "Non Stop Music in Concert 2015" (23. 4. 2015) - his last tour
  • 60. Eurovision Song Contest Vienna (23. 5. 2015)
  • Roxette - 30th Anniversary Tour (8. 7. 2015)
  • Eros Ramazzotti (2. 10. 2015)
  • Take That "Live 2015" (9. 10. 2015)
  • 30 Years Simply Red: The Big Love Tour 2015 (27. 10. 2015)
  • Nickelback "No Fixed Address" (29. 10. 2015)
  • Andy Lee Lang: "Happy Birthday, Frank Sinatra" - dedicated to Sinatra's 100th birthday (12. 12. 2015)

Tickets on www.wien-ticket.at

Vienna Stadthalle

Roland-Rainer-Platz 1, 1150 Wien
  • Accessibility

    • Main entrance
      • no steps
    • Car parks Main entrance
      • Parking spaces for people with disabilities
        on Sorbaitgasse and in the main car park of the Stadthalle
    • Further information
      • Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
    • Special offers for people with disabilities

      Special wheelchair seats in halls D and F. Inductive hearing system in Hall F.

    • Comments

      Halls D and F are wheelchair-accessible.

 

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