Trade shows & exhibitions
Launches of heavy products not a problem
We develop customised show floor plans tailor-made for your event
We offer suitable exhibition spaces for your trade show, product launch or exhibition
Accessible entrances on the ground floor: Our trade show buildings are fully accessible
Our impressive event venues offer you a wide range of perfect design options for your planned trade show, product launch or exhibition. Our spacious and variable venues are equipped with modern event technology and offer a special ambience that makes them unique.
The Alte Kelter is a perfect example. The historic building with its exposed self-supporting timber roof structure and a usable floor space of 2,500m² that can be variably divided as required is the perfect exhibition and trade show hall in Stuttgart.
It is fully accessible, and loading and unloading is made easy by the level entrances and the direct vehicle access via the car park. The heavy-duty flooring and the large double doors also make large machinery as well as new car and heavy goods vehicle launches possible, for example.
Our experienced team will be by your side and assist you with organising your trade show or exhibition. We organise a wide range of trade shows, such as food shows, record or railway memorabilia fairs, as well as art exhibitions or product launches, several times a year.
Alte Kelter (trade show) – 23.10. und 25.10.2021
In 2021, 65 selected artisan food and drink producers once again turned the Alte Kelter into a meeting place for gourmets and people keen to learn more about their tasty products. Young start-ups, hand-picked businesses and creative chefs wowed the around 7,000 visitors over the two days of the show. This year, the trade show, which is held annually at the Alte Kelter, took place in a way that complied with the "3G" Covid regulations.
Alte Kelter (exhibition) – 01.06. bis 29.09.2019
The Small Sculpture Triennial Fellbach first took place in 1980 and is one of the longest-running internationally renowned art exhibitions of its kind. It is held every three years and is an exhibition of contemporary sculptures created by international artists shown on the 3,000 square metres of floor space inside the Alte Kelter. In 2019, 60 artists from 40 countries once again transformed the historic Alte Kelter into an impressive art gallery with 150 works; around 12,000 people visited the exhibition.