The Festival Hall in Baden-Baden, Germany offers a weekly programme of music and dance presenting some of the world’s most highly esteemed artists and troupes. With a roster including everything from classic music to Broadway revues, and ballet to Flashdance, what’s on at the Festival Hall includes a little something for everyone. The impressive building was formerly a train station, and has been built in the same neoclassical architectural style that graces much of the city. In the 1990s, Viennese architect Wilhelm Holzbauer reconstructed the opera house in collaboration with German physicist Karlheinz Müller to obtain ideal acoustics that enhance the stunning performances taking place there.
When visiting Baden-Baden, one of the most perfect ways to spend an evening is to catch a performance at the beautiful, 2,500 seat Festival Hall. Embrace the magic of live art in an exquisite venue. You will leave the theatre feeling like you’ve taken an entirely new journey—in addition to the one that brought you to the endearing city of Baden-Baden.
The Festival Hall
Festspielhaus und Festspiele Baden-Baden gGmbH
Beim Alten Bahnhof 2
+49 (0) 72 21/30 13-101