Friedrich-Ebert-Halle

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For the hall where The Beatles recorded with Tony Sheridan, see Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasium.
Friedrich-Ebert-Halle

Friedrich-Ebert-Halle is an indoor arena located in Ludwigshafen, Germany, which can accommodate 2,250 guests.[1] The hall was designed by Roland Rainer and completed in 1965. It is used for sporting events, fairs, exhibitions and concerts.[2] Past performers include The Who, Dio, Rainbow and Whitesnake.

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Coordinates: 49°29′29″N 8°24′46″E / 49.4914°N 8.4129°E / 49.4914; 8.4129