Important information for visitors
We are pleased to be able to welcome you back to our venue. Our visitors' health and safety is of course an important concern for us. For this purpose and to allow us to respond to the latest developments, we maintain close contact with the relevant authorities in the State of Baden-Württemberg. We are implementing the appropriate requirements to ensure you can visit us with peace of mind.
Current rules according to the Baden-Württemberg Corona Ordinance
From 15 October 2021, the new Corona Ordinance of the state government of Baden-Württemberg will apply. You can find the currently applicable rules here.
Conduct rules within the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
If the basic or warning level applies, the respective organiser decides whether the event is to be held according to the 2-G regulation or 3-G regulation.
In the case of the 3-G regulation, the following must be observed and checked: Only persons who are "recovered" or "fully vaccinated" or who can present a negative Corona rapid test updated on the day may be admitted to the venue.
The following must be observed and checked for the 2-G rule: Only persons who are "recovered" or "fully vaccinated" may be admitted to the venue. Appropriate proof must be presented for this purpose.
If the alarm level of the three-stage warning system is reached, only the 2-G rule (verifiably vaccinated or recovered) applies.
Wherever possible, keep your distance from other people. This is especially important if they have signs of illness such as cough, cold or fever.
However, we would like to point out that the current Corona regulations permit full occupancy of the halls. For information on the occupancy of the halls in individual cases, please contact the respective organiser.
Mouth and nose protection must be worn at all times during public events. This applies to the entrance and also in the entire hall area. A doctor's certificate does not exempt you from the obligation to wear mouth and nose protection!
If the mouth/nose protection is not worn, admission to the hall will be denied.
The mouth/nose protection may only be removed for the consumption of food and drinks. Otherwise, the mouth/nose protection must be worn at all times, including during the event.
The mask requirement does not apply to events that are held according to the 2-G regulation.
- Avoid touching. Refrain from shaking hands or hugging when greeting or saying goodbye to others.
- Be conscious of hygiene when coughing and sneezing. Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a tissue and immediately dispose of the tissue in a bin.
- Keep your hands away from your face. Avoid touching your mouth, eyes or nose with your hands.
- Wash your hands regularly. Wash your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds.
Information for your visit to the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
A “general hygiene policy” has been devised for catering within the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle. The MARITIM Hotel Stuttgart, as our designated catering partner, is responsible for implementing and observing the measures outlined in the policy.
A “general hygiene policy” has been devised for the use of cloakrooms.
Alternative dates have been arranged for certain cancelled events. You can find details in our Event Calendar.
Any ticket refunds must be arranged with the relevant event organiser or the ticket service from which you purchased the tickets.
The Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle has no influence on the ticket sales process. This is regulated individually by the organiser. However, we recommend that tickets are sold online. If tickets are sold on site, the organiser is obliged to record the purchasers' data.
We inform our visitors about the current regulations before the events via our website and social networks.
Only persons with a valid ticket will be granted access to the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle. This is monitored by appropriate staff at the entrances.
There are currently no body checks at the entrance. The size of the bags brought along must not exceed DIN A3. In addition, visitors must open them wide at the entrance so that the security staff can carry out a visual check.