Hallenstadion, Zurich

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  • The Hallenstadion is very well located. By train less than 10min from Zurich city, them a 5min walk There is also a tram running from Zurich city and stops in front of the doors 20-25min All many Swis...  more »
  • It is Switzerland's largest indoor sports stadium. It is used for sports events, concerts, conventions and fairs. The acoustics for concerts is usually not very good, except when the sound mix enginee...  more »
  • I don't really mind the acoustics issues the stadium has , (after all it is a stadium and you go there to watch hockey and gymnastics and cycling ) but I agree that concerts in other halls are much mo...  more »
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  • Once in a lifetime concert of Ennio Morricone in a modern and contemporary concert venue!
  • Hallenstadion for concerts and events is quite good around 3 to 4 stars. However the stadion is mainly for Icehockey. So I went there to watch a hockey game but it was not how I excepted it to be because first of all the food and the service was terrible. By terrible I mean that I ask the workers something and they just say overthere or something totally wrong. Now many will say it's a miss understanding but it's not, because although I live and come from Canada I lived in Switzerland for 7 years and I am also 1/4 swiss so I speak german and swiss german. The second point why it is bad is because there is that seperation between ice and seats. The seats are also bad for watching hockey because they are way to closed to each other so don't have space for your legs and you can't see anything because the person infront of you is way to close so it blocks your vison.
  • Great venue but no atmosphere in the crowd
  • Second time there, super organised and super easy to find your spot. Awesome
  • Since this is a multi-purpose hall, I have to mention that I was visiting a concert in the hall and that my review is based on that experience. Let's start with the good points. The catering, if you want to call it like that, is well organized and you are able to order and receive drinks and food with almost 0 waiting time. If this is always the case or we were just lucky ? I don't know, the concert was sold out and the hall loaded, so I assume it's realy good organized. But that's almost everything about the good points. Seriously the security control is way out of the ballpark. Okay, I accept that it is necessary ... but seriously guys, do you really need to control the key chains, wallets and everything ? - okay, you take your job very serious, fair enough. Access control to the "infield" includes ticket scanning when you walk in and out of the infield ? Why ? Excpet of bothering people, I don't get the point ... All what it is good for is to extend the time it takes to leave the place. It's even worse at the concert end. All people have to leave, using this tiny exit ... - Lack of planning ? Overall, I think there is only one chance that we will visit the place again. There has to be the one and only chance to see a great magnificent concert... We never felt comfortable at the place. Secure for sure but never comfortable.