The types of music performed are very varied, and so are the stages where it is performed. The most famous is probably the Nuremberg Meistersingerhalle, opened in 1963, a multi-functional building with a unique interior design. And exceptional ambience is provided by the Serenadenhof, a courtyard within the Congress Hall on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, or by the ruins of St. Catharine's Church. Lesser and greater bards assemble during the annual singer-songwriter festival, Bardentreffen, making the entire Old Town their stage, while stars from the rock and pop scene put on their big performance in the Arena Nürnberger Versicherung, in the easyCredit-Stadion or open air during the "Rock in the Park" festival on the Zeppelin Field.
Arena Nürnberger Versicherungen
The Arena Nürnberger Versicherungen, opened in February 2001, not only serves as an ice rink.
People are usually one step ahead of the trends in the former disinfection unit of the City of Nuremberg.
With 500 seats, it is Bavaria's largest concert hall, and it enjoys an excellent reputation all over Germany.
Der Hirsch (The Hirsch)
There is no way past the "Hirsch" for the greats of pop and rock.
Hirsvogelsaal (Hirsvogel Hall)
The Hirsvogel Hall of 1534 which is considered to be the most important Renaissance interior north of the Alps.
(Historical City Hall)
The historical City Hall is the most important element of the Old City Halls.
Hubertussaal (Hubertus Hall)
This pretty Art Nouveau hall in the Nuremberg district of Gibitzenhof holds 350 spectators.
Humboldtsaal (Humboldt Halls)
The Humboldt Halls are an Art Nouveau building erected in 1912 in the centre of the southern part of Nuremberg.
Jazz Studio Nürnberg
"One of the best live jazz addresses about" (self-confident description given by its programme planners).
(St. Catherine's Ruin)
During the Middle Ages, St. Catherine's Church was part of a Dominican ...
The children's and youth meeting place "Klüpfel" was established by the City of Nuremberg Youth Work Department.
(Cultural Centre K4)
For over 25 years now, the Music Association in the K4 has organised concerts, readings and parties ...
Löwensaal (Lion's Hall)
You could almost hear the lions roar – if the noise level in the Löwen Hall wasn't so high!
Luise – the Cult Factory
Luise – the Cult Factory was established by the Regional Youth Association for Nuremberg.
For over 40 years, the Nuremberg Meistersingerhalle has been the venue for concerts, conferences ...
Rockfabrik (Rock Factory)
The multi-functional hall "Rock Factory" is part of this "Resi" complex.
"Serenadenhof" is the name given to the inner courtyard in a wing of the Congress Hall on the former Party Rally Grounds.
In 1987, the former screw factory of entrepreneur Julius Tafel was converted into a theatre.
The "Z-Building company" refurbished the building and created an attractive venue for live music and clubbing.
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