CULTURE AND CONGRESS CENTER LIEDERHALLE
The history of the LiederhalleThe first foundation stone for the Stuttgart Liederhalle was laid in 1863. A year later, the Liederhalle was completed and built as a performance venue for the Stuttgart Liederkranz. A few years later, the old Liederhalle was rebuilt and expanded, after which it became the cultural and social center of Stuttgart. Bombs destroyed the Liederhalle in 1943. Adolf Abel and Rolf Gutbord rebuilt the Liederhalle on the same site thirteen years later. In 1991, Wolfgang Henning expanded the Liederhalle with a congress building, making it usable as a convention center. In 2019, the congress area was renovated. This involved modernizing the network, stage and event technology, as well as fire protection. The construction work lasted 18 months. The convention area reopened in mid-December 2020. During the Corona pandemic, the Liederhalle was medically converted and was a central vaccination center in Stuttgart from mid-December 2020 to the end of July 2021. During this period, more than 500,000 vaccinations were performed. Today, the Liederhalle is one of the most important German cultural buildings of the post-war period and is a regionally indispensable venue for events. The acoustics of the congress and cultural center became famous worldwide and offer an unforgettable listening experience. In addition to concerts, the Liederhalle also hosts conferences, seminars, congresses, trade fairs and company or club anniversaries. Many dance events, balls and receptions are also organized in the Liederhalle.
Mission statement and visionThe mission statement of the Liederhalle
was developed by the employees for the employees and all partners. The guiding principles formulated for the Liederhalle serve as orientation and are the basis for action. For the employees, the focus is on treating each other with respect. The flat hierarchies make it possible for every employee to express his or her opinion and voice criticism. The opinions of every customer, partner or employee are listened to - because the key to sustainable success for Liederhalle Stuttgart is reflection and communication. Various advanced training courses and seminars are held. Working efficiently and in a solution-oriented manner is essential. The responsible treatment of the environment also plays a major role, as does the appreciation of all cultures and nations. Experts with many years of experience work at the Liederhalle. Through the professional support of customers, partners and visitors, every event becomes an experience. The close cooperation with many partners makes every event special and ensures a unique experience and satisfied visitors.
The hallsThere are three halls in the Liederhalle:
- The teak-lined Beethoven Hall has 2089 seats. It is also the largest concert hall in the Liederhalle
- The Mozart Hall with its oak walls has 752 seats
- The Silcher Hall, which has glass block glazing, seats 320 people
- The Hegel Hall is covered by a daylight dome, which can be darkened, and seats approximately 1,900 people
- The Schiller Hall is suitable for events with up to 400 participants
Barrier free accessAccess to the Liederhalle is barrier-free for all wheelchair users and visitors with walking disabilities. In the building there are elevators suitable for wheelchairs, as well as toilets for the disabled. There are also special wheelchair spaces in the individual halls. However, these are limited, so registration for them is required. The nearby underground garages also have parking spaces for the disabled.
Events and ticketsIn the Event Calendar of Liederhalle
you can find information about all scheduled events, as well as order tickets for your desired event.
Hygiene conceptThe health of all Liederhalle employees, partners and visitors is a top priority. The hygiene concept developed by the Liederhalle enables events to be held. There are certain rules of conduct in the Liederhalle that must be observed by all visitors, employees and partners. Detailed information on infection control can be found here
Address and phoneBerliner Platz 1-3
phone: +49(0)711 – 2027- 710
ArrivalSince the Liederhalle is located in the heart of Stuttgart, visitors can easily reach the Liederhalle by train as well as by car. It is only 3 minutes from the main train station to the Liederhalle if you choose to take the subway. The U14 and U29 lines run every 10 minutes. At the stop "Berliner Platz / Liederhalle" you then have to change trains.
Stuttgart airport is 15km away from the Liederhalle. If you come from the airport, you can reach the Liederhalle with the S-Bahn lines S2 (direction Schorndorf) and S3 (direction Backnang). The journey takes about 25 minutes. After you get off at the Stadtmitte stop, you will have to walk for about another 10 minutes.
In the vicinity of the Liederhalle are several underground garages such as :
- Holzendarten street (price per hour: 2,70€)
- Liederhalle/Bosch-Areal (price per hour: 2,70€)
- Tivoli (price per hour: 1,50€)
Hotel Wartburg is located in the immediate vicinity of the Liederhalle - after about 5 minutes walk you can reach the Liederhalle.
to open the Google Maps map.
Social MediaFor more about the Liederhalle and the events that take place there, check out the
or the Facebook of the Liederhalle
Source: Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH
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