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Opened in 2006, BIX Jazzclub reverberates with the swinging sounds of jazz. The club encourages jazz music in every form and from everywhere. There are live music shows and performances by jazz musicians here, besides other events to look forward to regularly.
Developed to be a cultural lab, the Laboratorium is a popular live music venue. Located at the Friedhof Gaisburg corner, this place hosts a variety of live entertainment. Music festivals and live performances by local as well as international artists can be frequently seen here. Besides this, every genre of world music is very popular here along with its regular children's programs.
The place is essentially modern with an artistic and contemporary outlook. The events conducted her, range from musical concerts to fashion shows and corporate events to weddings. Wagenhallen adapts itself brilliantly to suit your need with innovative spatial reorganizations and elegant decorative improvisations. The large beer garden is another reason for the popular appeal of the place. Whatever be the event, you are assured to have a grand time here.
The Theaterhaus Stuttgart is one of Europe's most innovative cultural projects, a new type of theatrical institution whose beacon shines out far beyond the city boundaries. Replete with a unique blend of art, sports and youth work, it presents impressive shows like 'Reden mit Mama and Was heißt hier Liebe?' among many others. The Theaterhaus offers not only an ambitious multicultural actor ensemble portraying excellent dramatic pieces but also gorgeous dance theater performances.
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle is a large indoor space and the largest in South Germany, located around the Neckar Park area. It also functions as a hall duo with the Porsche-Arena as both of them are interconnected and people can move freely between events happening at both venues. The hall has attracted around 14 million visitors and continues to pull many more with its versatility for different types of cultural and sporting events.
Located in Stuttgart's Neckar Park, the Porsche Arena is a venue for multiple events that range from sports to concerts. The Arena can seat around 7500 people and private functions can also be staged. The Porsche Arena is linked to the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle by a foyer and the two halls are interlinked. Lighting has been designed with care in this arena as there is daylight in every nook and cranny of the place during mornings.
The Mercedes-Benz Arena was formerly known as many names such as: Century Stadium, Kampfbahn, Neckarstadion, and Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion. The stadium was built by German architect Paul Bonatz and can hold a crowd of more than 60,000. The arena is a major soccer venue in the city and is home to Vfb Stuttgart (a Bundesliga Team). The headquarters, factory and museum of the Mercedes brand is near the stadium.
After a long day of sightseeing, one is bound to crave something unique, which is when you should head to the Strotmanns Magic Lounge. As the name suggests, this theater entertains patrons with magic shows that are known to attract and entertain visitors. Thorsten Strotmann is the man you will be applauding here and his tricks are sure to keep you wondering for a long, long time. The venue itself is impeccably maintained; it's drenched in subtle hues of teal black and illuminated with candles and yellow lights to create an enchanting setting. Visual effects and acoustics add immeasurably to your experience.
The words "hub of entertainment" can be aptly exemplified through SI-Erlebnis-Centrum Stuttgart, which houses many theaters, cinemas, and restaurants. Watch a movie at the famed CinemaxX. While six movie screens will allow you to choose from a variety of movies, the yummy snacks available will keep you wanting more. For risk-takers try Casino Stuttgart to see if lady luck shines on you. If you're looking to wine and dine, there are numerous eateries to suit your palette. If you are too weary to head home, Millenium Hotel and Resorts offer excellent accommodation.