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Jahrhunderthalle, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

Jahrhun­der­thalle


Temple of high cul­ture

A Jahrhun­der­halle (=cen­tury hall) can only stand in one part of town: Stahl­hausen. The hall is by no means as sprightly as its name, but rather elast­ic in the way it gives con­certs and events aura. It is, of course, part of the in­dus­tri­al cul­ture, as well as the ven­ue of the Ruhrtri­en­nale and thus a play­ground for spec­tac­u­lar new pro­duc­tions of op­er­as (Die Sold­aten, Das Rhein­gold) but also for trade fairs or rock, pop and clas­sic­al con­certs. It is thus a temple of high cul­ture and at the same time a ven­ue for great mu­sic­al events of all genres. The 1LIVE crown has also already taken place here.

Fur­ther in­form­a­tion
An der Jahrhun­der­thalle 1, 44793 Bo­chum

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