5.9.-3.10. 2024

Plenary hall of the Bundestag ©Timo Semmler
Plenary hall of the Bundestag © Timo Semmler

About the venue

Platz d. Vereinten Nationen 2
53113 Bonn
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Located directly on the Rhine and an extraordinary venue: the former plenary hall of the German Bundestag, where the members of the Bundestag met from 1992 to 1999. Today, the plenary hall offers space for events with up to 1,230 people. The plenum with the seats of the parliamentary groups, the government bench, the Bundesrat and the presidium has a total of 734 seats. The tribune offers space for 496 people.


This venue is barrier-free for wheelchair users. A barrier-free toilet is available.
Please feel free to e-mail tickets@beethovenfest.de with any questions.


The concert will take place in the plenary hall, Platz der United Nations 2, 53113 Bonn.
Arrival by train: To Bonn main station with ICE, IC, local or S-Bahn trains. From Bonn main station, take tram line 16.66 and get off at the Heussallee/Museumsmeile stop. From there it's a 350m 5min walk. Walking time.
Your tickets entitle you to travel throughout the Rhein-Sieg Transport Association (VRS) from four hours before the event until 3 a.m.
Special feature of print@home: The print@home ticket alone is not valid as a travel document. If you have purchased an e-ticket (via online purchase), you must activate the VRS ticket in advance. You can find out how this works at https://www.beethovenfest.de/de/ticketinfos.
Arrival by car: Coming from the north, take the A4 to Köln-Süd and then take the A555 to the Bonn-Nord motorway junction. Then drive onto the A565 and take the exit towards B9/Bonn-Poppelsdorf/Bonn-Bad-Godesberg. Follow Reuterstrasse to Karl-Carstens-Strasse.
The World Conference Center Bonn car park is located in the immediate vicinity of the plenary hall.
You can find the charging stations for your electric car here: https://www.carwow.de/elektroauto/ladesaeulenkarte.