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The MHPArena

The arena for sports, concerts and galas.

Blick auf die MHPArena von der Straße aus
© T&E, Wolfgang List
Blick auf das Basketball-Spielfeld der vollbesetzten MHPArena
© T&E, Marko Beens
Rock-Konzert mit viel Publikum in der ausverkauften MHPArena
© T&E, Benjamin Stollenberg

A popular venue for major events

This modern 6,200-seat arena is home to Ludwigsburg’s national league basketball team, as well as the city’s award-winning ballroom dance team. As well as hosting major sports events, this is also a popular music venue for the region, with a regular lineup of live concerts, from rock and heavy metal to classical.


  • Event-Tip: Before your visit, be sure to take a look at the calendar of events to see who is in town. All the big names love to play the MHPArena!

Prices, Opening Hours & Information

Tickets & prices

Prices vary according to the event.

Opening hours

Opening hours vary according to the event.



Beneath the MHPArena, there is a convenient underground car park with specially marked parking spaces for disabled visitors. An elevator provides access to the various levels. There are also designated places for wheelchair users and their companions (level A + E). These places must be booked ahead of time through the respective ticket seller.

Toilets are barrier-free.

Contact us

Schwieberdinger Str. 30
71636 Ludwigsburg
Tel: +49 7141 9103966

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Ballett Zürich © Gregory Batardon

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Sol Gabetta © Julia Wesely

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