- by public transport:
Tram lines 1, 3, 6 or 7 to stop: train station, change to bus line 85 (direction Gösting) to 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. If you are surprised by rain at the end of the concert, we have rainponchos ready for you at the cloakroom.
- by bike-rikscha: Graz Rikscha
- with the taxi company: 878
- by car:
Coming from the south you drive over the Eggenberger Gürtel, from the north (Wiener Straße) via the Peter-Tunner-Gasse to the Waagner-Biro-Straße, where the Helmut List Halle is located.
Parking: The visitors of Helmut-List-Halle can use the parking lot in the north. Entering the parking area, you have to buy a ticket for EUR 3.
For coming back home you can use our shared taxi service (EUR 6) or the bus. Information about the departure of the bus will gladly be given to you by our staff at the shared taxi desk.
Food and drink before or after the styriarte 2020 concerts: The styriarte restaurant will be open for all styriarte evens at Helmut List Halle from 5 pm until midnight.
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.