Quality Hotel Bielefeld
Alte Verler Strasse 2
Phone: (49) 5205 9360
Fax: (49) 5205 936500
Built to safeguard against air strikes hitting the city, this bunker today aims at the preservation and exhibition of all sorts of art and entertainment. This youth and cultural center regularly hosts concerts, exhibition, literature readings and even cabaret. It is one of the oldest venues in the country for jazz and contemporary music lovers and regulars adds programs to its schedule to suit the same. For more information on upcoming shows and event spaces, check out their website.
Freigelände an der Radrennbahn is a unique venue in the city of Bielefeld for the array of events held here. The venue is host to a number of large scale events that include circuses and performance arts specials. The venue was also host to the 2010 World Pyro Games that brought together pyro experts from all over the world to a common platform.
Stadttheater was built in 1904 and has undergone renovation recently. The venue plays host to many plays, musical and opera performances; Bielefeld Philharmonic Orchestra also performs here. Stadttheater has been hailed as one of the cultural landmarks in the city.
Opened in 1994, the Stadion an der Poststraße has the capacity to hold around 5000 football lovers. Many local clubs participate in quite a few tournaments round the year. This stadium is also used for many non-sporting events too.
The Stadthalle Bielefeld is an ideal venue for all kinds of events, big or small, national or international. With a wonderful location, stunning white modern building and good transport links, it is amongst the top convention centers.
Forum Bielefeld is a famous venue that organizes many concerts. Past Performers include Chain and the Gang and Long Distance Calling. The events held here are always a smashing hit with the people and mostly one can see young people thronging to such events.
Rudolf-Oetker-Halle is a concert hall located in the city of Bielefeld, Germany. It was inaugurated in 1930, and since then it has seen several architectural overhauls and changes till it was renovated in 2008. The hall is divided into two sections; one is a small hall which has a seating capacity of about 300 and the large house with 1561 seats. Details of the current events and concerts are available from the website listed.
Ringlokschuppen is a place that spells out fun and fanfare. This venue hosts a range of shows from fashion to disco nights. Concerts too take place and names like Berlin Busters and Element of Crime have performed here. Of course not to miss are the disco nights with parties that leave patrons with happy feet.
Jazz has had a long standing affair with the city of Bielefeld, with this music genre finding a very receptive and welcoming audience in the local community. Before the Bielefelder JazzClub came into being, there was a growing need felt by the jazz community in the city to have a space that was dedicated to this music. Thus in the spring of 1980, some folks came together to open the Bielefelder JazzClub. Since then, this venue has been the destination for jazz musicians and bands from all across the country, as well as abroad, to play at when they come to Bielefeld. See the website or call to know more.
Located in the city of Gütersloh, Städtischer Marktplatz is a popular venue for a number of cultural events. The recurring site for the traveling Circus Krone, the grounds are the perfect place to experience a bit of local color and entertainment. The Städtischer Marktplatz is also the venue for music festivals, art shows and community programs. So the next time you find your self bored in Gütersloh, check out what's happening at the this urban marketplace.
One of the leading centers for furniture Trade Fairs and Exhibitions, Informa Messezentrum hosts events like MOW every year. At the exhibition center you'll find information and exhibitions by fifteen furniture specialists. For detailed information, visit the website.
Opened in the year 1933, Heidewaldstadion remains Kreis Gutersloh's biggest football stadium. FC Gutersloh's home stadium, Heidewaldstadion also hosted a tie of para-athletes during the 4th World Football Championship tournament. During the 2006 FIFA World Cup final match, the national football team of Portugal had its training camp at Marienfeld. Thus, a public training activity for the players was organized at Heidewaldstadion. For the UEFA Euro 2008 held at Marienfeld, Turkey's national team conducted a public training camp at Heidewaldstadion.