Erlangen –events at one of Northern Bavaria´s TOP economic locations
Roads meet in Erlangen: here the Medieval Ages meet the Baroque, history matches modernity, a tranquil old town charme comes together with a vivaciously pulsating centre of economy and industry.
For scientific conferences, galas, classical concerts or trade fairs the Heinrich-Lades-Halle is the ideal platform for up to 3,000 guests.
The Heinrich-Lades-Hall is one of the most important congress centers in northern Bavaria. With two event halls, two foyers and
eight meeting rooms (a total of approximately 4,000 square meters), it offers you best conditions for all occasions: classical- or pop-concerts,
theater performances, exhibitions, trade fairs, congresses or seminars. The rooms can be adapted to different requirements and
have the latest audio-visual equipment available.
For us, finesse and flexibility are the top priorities. Finesse in the kitchen with regional and seasonal, freshly prepared products,
including game specialties from our own hunting grounds , fish from regional ponds and vegetables from the Franconian area.
Flexibility in organization, logistics and service: with a wide portfolio from snacks to a full buffet and dinner for small
to large companies, we ensure that everything is in its place and every guest will be completely satisfied.
Arrival & Parking
Leave the A73 at junction “Erlangen Zentrum” and take the “Werner-von-Siemens-Straße” about 500 meters. Follow the signs „Stadtmitte“,
turn left into “Nürnberger Straße”. After 200 meters you will find the Erlanger Congress and Marketing GmbH on the right side
at the “Rathausplatz”. Parking is available in the parking garage „Neuer Markt“ (access via Schuhstraße) and in the
parking garage „Arcaden“ (access via Nägelsbachstraße).
Distance from train station: 1 km, distance to the Nuremberg airport: 16 km
The heart of the Heinrich-Lades-Hall is the spacious main hall.
On the ground, it offers 900 square meters of space, complemented by the stage with 200 square meters.
The large hall is characterized by an architecture with pointed forms and missing right angles.
The wood pane-ling of the ceiling consists of Peruvian Walnut and ensures excellent acoustics.
The great hall is supplemented by the large foyer that holds plenty of space for the reception of guests.
With 1,300 square meters, the foyer is also often used as a meeting space, for fairs and exhibitions.