Set in a 1930s building which is known for its Austrian modernism architecture, Kuddelmuddel Kinderkulturzentrum was established in 1990. This bi-level cultural center for kids is also home to the Linzer Puppentheater. This facility regularly hosts enthralling puppet shows, theater, musicals, dance performances and more for children between the age of 1.5 years to 14 years. They also hold workshops on acrobatics, comic sketches, dance and theater.
Linz Gugl Stadion is an international stadium that is used mainly for football matches. With its well-maintained pitch and modern light and sound systems, watching a match here is truly exciting. Besides, the place is also used to conduct concerts and other events. If you are in the city, catch live action at this stadium.
Established in 1989, Theater Phönix is an esteemed theater in Linz. It has won many awards for its plays. From contemporary works to classics and more, they have interesting shows for the young and old. This facility has three spaces such as the main hall, studio and balcony for performances. Besides these it also features dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, workshop areas and a clubhouse.
Grosser Saal or the large hall, located inside Posthof is used as a stage for different kinds of performing arts. The hall is used to host theatrical performances, concerts and even comedy acts, besides all other kinds of staging. With its wide seating arrangement, great lighting and acoustics, Grosser Saal brings alive all the performances that are staged here. If you are in the city and looking for some fun activity, attending one of the performances here might be a great idea.
Mittlerer Saal is a medium sized hall located inside Posthof. The hall is used for musical performances, theatrical staging and other events. Several famed singers and performers are known to have set this stage on fire with their performances here. If performing arts is what you prefer, then Mittlerer Saal is one place you should go to.
Named after the famous Austrian composer, Anton Bruckner, the Brucknerhaus has been a hot spot for concerts since 1974. The building has been built to the designs of Kaija Siren and Heikki Siren, celebrated Finnish-born architects. Located right on the shore of the Danube, visitors can enjoy music performances of all kinds, from classical to jazz, and more. Nearly 200 recitals and performances are held every year. Brucknerhaus also hosts the Brucknerfest and Ars Electronica event.