St David's Hall is the Conference Centre and National Concert Hall located in the heart of Wales. With its 2000 people seating capacity, it offers a broad range of workshops, conferences, live entertainment, bars and a coffee shop for its visitors. A multitude of live entertainment includes rhythm and blues, jazz, folk, rock, pop, comedy, musicals, dance and classical music performances. The venue has opened its doors in August of 1982 and has attracted 21000 people during its first few months of operation.
The venue is located at the Bridge Street in Cardiff and is easily accessible by car, train and bus.
By train: if you plan to take a train to the St. David’s Hall, the closest station would be Cardiff Central Station and Cardiff Queen Street Station. Both are approximately within five minutes' walking distance from the venue.
By car: your route to the St. David’s Hall will depend on your departure point.
International: if you are travelling to the event right from the Cardiff Airport, you should take the T9 express bus route to the Customhouse Street. The venue will be within 6 minutes walking distance from the bus stop.
The St.David’s centre is offering a 2000 space modern 24-hour parking facility. The parking is a 6-storey building with a 24 hour CCTV monitoring system and yellow lines for the disabled patrons.
Access for people with special needs
The Drop Off and Pick Up area is located at Wharton Street approximately 100 metres from the Hall. Facilities for the people in wheelchairs include low-level counters at the Box Office, Bar and Cloakroom, toilet facilities and level floors. The companions of people with disabilities are offered tickets at the lowest price. There is also an infrared system available for the guests with hearing issues.