Huxleys Neue Welt

Local nameHuxleys Neue Welt
LocationBerlin, Germany

Neue Welt was a concert hall in Berlin, Germany. Neue Welt had two halls. The smaller one held 1,500 people, the larger one up to 3,000. Both were rebuilt around 1950. Adolf Hitler spoke at Neue Welt in 1930 to an audience containing Albert Speer who would later be appointed First Architect. From the 1960s until its closing in 1982, it was a popular venue for pop and rock concerts. Notable performers included Jimi Hendrix, Ted Nugent, Whitesnake and Bob Seger. Today there is a venue called Huxley's Neue Welt at this location.

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Admission

The tickets can be bought through phone call, online or at the box desk - see the website for details. The price of tickets vary.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neue_Welt_(Berlin)

Official Website https://huxleysneuewelt.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/huxleysneuewelt

Email info@trinitymusic.de

Phone +493078099810

Address 107-113 Hasenheide, 10967, Berlin, DE

Coordinates 52°29'11.363" N 13°25'18.27" E

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