The Centennial Hall complex is also a cultural and artistic space that attracts artists and art lovers from Poland and abroad. This huge area, various rooms and the aforementioned location make all the events taking place here have a unique character and gather crowds of spectators. Genres, styles, art forms and music mix here. The Guest Hall is selective, cares about the quality of the staging, but is undoubtedly liberal. The quintessence of the eclecticism of the Centennial Hall is the concert of Krzysztof Penderecki, Jonny Greenwood, and Aphex Twin, which took place as part of the European Culture Congress in 2011. And if you have not heard the music for Harry Potter’s show played live, then you do not know what magic is.
Among the most interesting events organized in the Centennial Hall complex were:
- opera performances (“Aida”, “Prince Igor”, “Faust”, “Flying Dutchman”),
- Cirque de Soleil super show,
- theatrical performances (“Frankenstein”),
- musicals (“Metro”, “I love You”, “King of POP”),
- concerts of foreign artists (Leonard Cohen, Deep Purple, Ennio Morricone, Jean Michael Jarre, The Cranberries, Goran Bregovic, Steven Wilson, John Mayall, Tiesto, Joe Cocker),
- concerts of Polish music scene stars (Jimek Symphonixx, Quebonafide, Kult unplugged, Dawid Podsiadło, Leszek Możdżer, KAMP!, Agnieszka Chylińska),
- festivals (Etno Jazz Festival, Męskie Granie, 3-Majówka, One Love Festival, Hip Hop Festival, wROCK for Freedom).
More and more often, the organisers, both Polish and from abroad, choose the Centennial Hall complex as a venue for thematic banquets, integration meetings and proms. A number of amenities (including the largest dance floor to accommodate ALL the dancing stars) create an opportunity to adapt the space to all expectations.