Boasting two concert halls – the Main Hall that can accommodate an audience of up to 6500 and the Club that can hold 1200 – the Rockhal, a complex managed by the public institution Centre de Musiques Amplifiées and co-financed by the Luxembourgish State, today stands as a shining jewel on the Luxembourgish musical landscape.
The Rockhal is also a Music & Resources Centre, comprising no fewer than six rehearsal rooms, a recording studio, a dance studio and a Documentation Centre. In short, a place where players of the Luxembourg music scene, professional and amateur alike, can interact and share their views on the local industry.
Inaugurated in September 2005 with concerts featuring The Prodigy and KoRn, the Rockhal has set itself the objective of strengthening Luxembourg’s position on the international music map. Since then, more concerts have followed… with no two alike! Diversity, eclecticism and a variety of genres… these are the key elements of the Rockhal’s artistic vision.
With its goal of becoming one of Europe’s most sought-after concert halls, the Rockhal is placing a bet on the future. An extraordinary setting (the old industrial wasteland of Esch-Belval), a great location (in the heart of the Greater Region) and a unique complex: the Rockhal, Centre de Musiques Amplifiées, the new hub of the music scene.