Event Technology Cologne

Your event partner for events in the cathedral city.

Event technology for the greater Cologne area.

Cologne is one of the most popular cities in Germany and an ideal location for events of all kinds. The metropolis on the Rhine offers a colorful program of events as well as a lively nightlife. There are numerous event locations, spacious exhibition halls, impressive concert halls, huge outdoor areas and a modern film industry such as MMC Film- und TV Studios Köln GmbH. Gahrens und Battermann supplies state-of-the-art event technology for many Cologne events.

Cologne contacts

We offer this event technology:

We support you on request in all areas. Of course, we also offer completely individual solutions in the field of event technology.

Your contacts for event technology Cologne

Whether in the north or south of Cologne, in the new or old town: The Cologne specialists for event technology of Gahrens and Battermann reliably and individually take care of your event in Cologne and its surroundings.

Eric Kutter Kontakt Licht

Eric Kutter

Branch Manager

“Kölle, du bes e Jeföhl” for my part means “Cologne mentality” with the values: Cosmopolitanism, tolerance and the great tendency to Gemütlichkeit.”

Christian Lauscher

Christian Lauscher

Senior Account Manager

,,I’m a big fan of the city’s varied 2,000-year-old architecture. On my favorite tour are the Historic City Hall, Cologne Cathedral, the crane houses and the Hohenzollern Bridge.”

Alexander de Blaer

Alexander De Blaer

Head of Sales

,,I am thrilled by Cologne as a media capital with its numerous film and television studios, especially the MMC Studios.”.

Annalisa Mugavero

Annalisa Mugavero

Account Manager

,,My favorite Cologne carnival song is Viva Colonia. As an Italian, it sounds so beautifully like Italian joie de vivre to me.”

Olaf Selbach

Olaf Selbach

Head of Production

,,I like the tolerance of the people of Cologne, their cosmopolitanism, the carnival and of course the numerous breweries with the delicious Kölsch.”