New Premises 14/11/2013

Multiversum © AOCThe new venue for the Austrian Open is the Multiversum, a unique multi-functional event complex in Vienna - Schwechat that opened in January 2011.

Fitted with state-of-the-art technology and a flexible floor plan as well as stage design, it is the perfect setting for an event like the AOC.

A new era for top-level international DanceSport at the fine complex was inaugurated with the 2012 European Formation Latin. Only a few weeks ago, on 28 September, the World Cup Latin was the second big event held there to much acclaim. Now it's the turn of the "biggest DanceSport event in central Europe" that will bring approximately 3,000 dancers and as many as 8,000 spectators to the Multiversum over the next three days.

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