Tampere Hall has been voted as the best conference centre in Finland seven times in a row. Tampere Hall is also known for impressive acoustics and is hosting great concerts and other cultural events all round the year. Tampere Hall Ltd was founded in 1987, and its only shareholder is the city of Tampere. Tampere Hall sis one of the largest conference and concert centres in the Nordic countries, hosting 675.000 visitors annually, organizing approximately 1 100 events, and injecting EUR 50 million into the local economy. Tampere Hall is also a home for Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra and the world's only Moomin Museum.

Tampere Hall is located at Tampere city center, just 500 metres (6 minutes by walking) from the bus station and railway station, and there are many hotels nearby.

Venue street address: Yliopistonkatu 55, 33100 Tampere - show on Google Maps


IPA-23 conference will take place in three auditoria of Tampere Hall: Small Auditorium (500 seats), Maestro (235 seats) and Duetto (390 seats). The exhibition is arranged in Park Foyer 2, which is right next to the entrance of Small Auditorium.

All the auditoriums have great acoustics, AV, sound and lighting technology.

Small Auditorium

The Small Auditorium has a capacity of seating 500 people. The entrance is from 2nd floor.


Duetto consists of two identical smaller auditoria. Combined the capacity is 390 seats. The entrance is from the 2nd floor.


Located on the 3rd floor, Maestro is an auditorium which has a seating capacity for 235 people.

Park Foyer 2

The exhibit space is on the 2nd floor right next to the entrance to the Small Auditorium and Duetto.

Floor Plan


All of Tampere Hall's conference facilities and public areas are wheelchair accessible. There are threshold ramps in all doorways, and the entrances have automatic doors. Corridors and doorways are wide, and the end of handrails on stairs is indicated by a tactile marker on the last step.