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The ÖVB arena stands for a new dimension of live culture and is unique in its multi-functionality. Covering everything from heavy metal to symphony it wows audiences with excellent room acoustics. Many stars, covering the whole spectrum from Abba to Zappa, have celebrated successes here in the course of the past decades. Sporting events are also popular.
From dunking to top spin – the masters underneath the basket shine in the ÖVB Arena, just as the celluloid artists at their tables. Be it basketball, football, tennis, table tennis, volleyball, handball, freestyle motocross, artistic gymnastics, or dancing, cycling or equestrian sports: the ÖVB Arena is the location in which almost every kind of sport can demonstrate its appeal. The ranks as well as the interior stands with their proximity to the playfield, virtually turn this hall into a small stadium.
The ÖVB Arena is as multi-faceted and variable as the collective show and sport business. The magical world of an ice revue, the elegance of a ballet performance, the glamour of international TV shows, and the rustic atmosphere of folk musicians: everything under one roof. However, the ÖVB Arena is also the ideal location for a catwalk and techno party, offering the perfect atmosphere.
The ÖVB Arena sets new standards in terms of comfort. Generously dimensioned cloakroom and toilet facilities, broad stairways and exits, escalators up to the top level, lifts for persons with disabilities, and well-lit passages ensure the most pleasant visit possible.
Photo: © Oevb Arena - Jan Rathke