This massive outdoor venue in Berlin's western suburbs is the German capital's largest entertainment venue. Built for the 1936 Olympic Games, the Waldbühne or Woodland Stage, has hosted cultural events of every stripe - from a notorious Rolling Stones concert that ended in a riot to the Berlin Philharmonic's annual summer season, featuring international stars alongside the acclaimed orchestra.
Seating over 22,000 people, the Waldbühne is modeled on a classical Greek amphitheater, ensuring that all attendees have excellent sightlines, despite the last row being over 93 meters from the stage!
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Take the S3 or S9 to S-Bahn station Pichelsberg, an approximately 10 minute walk from the Waldbühne.
Take the U2 to U-Bahn station Olympiastadion. The station is approximately 20 minute's walk from the Waldbühne.
Parking is extremely limited, but disabled parking is available for those with the correct identification.