Parkbühne im Clara Zetkin Park

Parkbühne im Clara Zetkin Park

Karl-Tauchnitz-Str. 28 / Rennbahnweg 04107 Leipzig Navigation >
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In the 1950s, the park stage in what was then Albert Park, today Clara Zetkin Park, was planned according to a Weber design. The groundbreaking ceremony took place around March 2, 1955, and from the summer of 1955, a wide variety of happenings took place there: Open-air cinema, the summer theater performances of the Leipzig universities, choir performances, summer film days, exhibitions and concerts of rock, pop, folk music or Schlager. After it became quieter around the turn of the century, the Parkbühne was taken over by Mawi Concert GmbH in 2000, awakening the location from its slumber. The Parkbühne was made presentable again, even for megastars. The backstage areas were spruced up, as were the sanitary facilities, and the stage was given a huge roof. Now the Parkbühne - with a capacity of around 3,000 standing places - has become one of the largest open-air park stages in the country, and concert guests have been able to experience great moments with heroes such as Van Morrison, BB King, Billy Idol and many others. The unique atmosphere makes the location attractive for international show stars. The almost private atmosphere creates a close contact between artists and guests. Also, the beautiful location in the greenery has made the Parkbühne a magnet for young and old - every year the most diverse concerts and shows of all stripes attract thousands of guests. This content has been machine translated.
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