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