The atmosphere at the Deichkind concert in the Mitsubishi Electric HALLE, © Anke Hesse

Mit­subishi Elec­tric Halle (EX-Philip­shalle)

Con­certs in great style

Lights off, spot on: Sparks fly­ing to the sounds of Jamiroquai, Nena warm­ing up the audi­ence in her deuts­chrock-style and couples rev­el­ling to R'n'B maes­tro John Le­gend: The square box with cult status, which was opened in 1971, is more than just an im­press­ive rel­ic of the great era of in­ter­na­tion­al per­formers in multi-pur­pose halls. Ob­vi­ously Queen, Gen­es­is and Tina Turn­er have played here, provid­ing half of the cit­ies pop­u­la­tion with memor­ies of their first con­certs, secret de­li­ri­ums and back­stage-passes in former Philip­sHALLE. But still today the Mit­subishi Elec­tric HALLE at­tracts many dif­fer­ent scenes, even­though con­certs of lar­ger di­men­sions take place at MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA, due to its great­er ca­pa­city. Any­way: Con­certs quite reg­u­larly are sold out at the Mit­subishi Elec­tric HALLE, so that up to 7500 fans can cel­eb­rate ever­greens from Alan Par­sons Pro­ject to Toto or loc­al her­oes and speed­met­al-crew Kreat­or, as well as  Annen­MayKantereit and their in­die-sound. 

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The entrance to the Mitsubishi Electric HALLE, © Jörg Eicker
The inside of the Mitsubishi Electric HALLE, © Jörg Eicker
The concert atmosphere at Mitsubishi Electric HALLE, © Anke Hesse
The Mitsubishi Electric HALLE view from the street, © Jörg Eicker