Stadthalle Vienna

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With over 300 events and around one million visitors each year, Wiener Stadthalle is Austria’s largest event centre and one of Europe’s top ten arenas. Built according to a design by star architect Roland Rainer and opened in 1958, Wiener Stadthalle has been hosting events of all kinds for over 60 years, building up a wealth of expertise in the process. With its unrivalled versatility, the venue can host a wide and varied programme of events, with everything from rock concerts, opera evenings and TV shows to sports events, fairs to conferences.The site comprises six halls which can be individually or jointly let, making this one of Europe’s most firmly established, multipurpose event centres.s – from concerts, fairs and sporting events to TV shows and corporate functions.

The Wiener Stadthalle is located at Roland-Rainer-Platz 1, only five minutes from BahnhofCity Wien West and a 15-minute ride from Vienna city centre. It has excellent links to the public transport network, and tickets for most events can be used on Wiener Linien bus, tram and underground lines.

Your ticket to Vienna’s public transport system

Tickets marked “Gilt auch als Fahrschein” (“Also valid for public transport”) can be used for travelling with the Wiener Linien public transport network on the day of the event between 2 hours before until 6 hours after the START of the event.
Note: The planned admission time does not apply! 

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How to reach by public transport

Underground line U6, Burggasse-Stadthalle, Urban-Loritz-Platz exit

Underground line U3, Schweglerstrasse, Märzstraße exit

Tram line 6, Burggasse-Stadthalle

Tram line 9, Urban-Loritz-Platz

Tram line 18, Burggasse-Stadthalle

Tram line 49, Urban-Loritz-Platz

Bus line 48A, Moeringgasse or Koppstrasse/Thaliastrasse


Bus stop Yes
Restaurant Yes
Tea & Coffee Yes
Capacity 12,500
Location Vienna
On-Site Food Outlets Yes
Train/Tube/Metro Yes