Helmut List Halle

Helmut List Halle, Graz

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Arrival details

Außenanicht der Helmut List Halle in Graz

Arrival Helmut List Halle

by public transport:
Tram line 6 in the direction of Smart-City, stop: Dreierschützengasse/Helmut List Halle

by bike:
Right next to the Helmut List Halle you will find a bicycle wardrobe, where you can safely park your bike during the event.

with the taxi company 878

by car:

Parking spaces at the Helmut List Halle are limited!
By car, you can reach the Helmut List Halle from the north via Peter Tunner Gasse and from the south via Eggenberger Gürtel. There are 3 parking options for your car:

* multi-storey car park behind the Helmut List Halle (EUR 6 for the duration of the event) - entrance south of the hall

* Underground car park at the Hofer supermarket, north of the List Halle. Entry only with debit card!
Discounted exit tickets are available at the cloakroom (EUR 6 for the duration of the event, max. 4 hours).

* "Parken am Bau" car park, north of the List Halle. Entry only with debit card or credit card!

8 disabled parking spaces are located to the right in front of the entrance to the Helmut List Halle car park.

Further Informations


The Helmut List Halle is a masterpiece of modern architecture, built on the steel constructions of a 20th century former industrial hall.

The hall was named after Prof. Dr. h.c. Helmut List who financed the construction of the hall and is chairman and CEO of AVL List GmbH, an internationally renowned company in the engine and automotive sector located in Graz.

For acoustic reasons, the building itself has several skins. Conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt was integrated in the planning of the hall and insisted on the use of materials such as filled wooden elements, wooden panels and textile fabrics for the interior design of the hall.

Thanks to the AVL List company’s vast experience in acoustic research, the hall has become an ideal venue for performances and recordings of classical and contemporary music.

Did you know, that Markus Pernthaler, the architect of the hall, set the building on a layer of rubber tiles? He had this idea to isolate the hall from the noisy surroundings of the nearby freight depot.

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