Nüssli grandstands for the three largest concert events in Germany

In 2022, there were finally really big concerts again. The three biggest ever in Germany took place in Munich in August. All eyes were then on Andreas Gabalier, Helene Fischer and Robbie Williams. The Swiss event specialist Nüssli, who was responsible for the grandstands, was also involved.

100,000 to even 150,000 visitors were at each of the three concerts on the open-air grounds of Messe München-Riem for Bavaria Sounds. The majority celebrated standing up. Nüssli built five grandstands for around 30,000 additional seats. In cooperation with the Leutgeb Entertainment Group, the idea was born that no spectator should sit further away than in a large football stadium. Therefore, the stands were arranged in a fan shape, and in fact nowhere was the distance to the stage more than 168 meters. Also spread all over the site were a total of 2000 square meters of LED screens that projected the concerts up close to the far corners of the facility.

The gigantic spectacle was organized by Klaus Leutgeb from Graz with his team. He wanted to establish Munich "as one of the most important venues for the international music scene, comparable to the open-air series in London's Hyde Park. To this end, he had brought on board a host of specialists for lighting and sound, for planning, construction and logistics. Nüssli was chosen to build the grandstands. He was convinced by the event specialist's many years of experience and, in particular, by the flexible and sustainable system material that is used time and again in the construction of a wide variety of grandstands.

Nüssli's product range includes grandstands, stages, event structures, overlay, stadiums, pavilions and roadshows, museums and showrooms, special structures, hall construction and interior design solutions.

 

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