This year, NODE takes place in two beautiful places in Frankfurt
— Mousonturm and Naxoshalle.


Exhibition, artworks, artist talks and discussions. Performances and Main Symposium                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
Waldschmidtstr. 4
D-60316 Frankfurt


Opening hours:

Mon Apr 27th - Wed Apr 29th
18:00 - 24:00

Thu Apr 30th
10:00 - early Friday morning

Fri May 1st - Sat May 2nd
12:00 - 24:00

Sun May 3rd
12:00 - 16:00


Entrance to the exhibition and cafe:
free of charge

Check Eventlist and Full Program!



Educational platform for open knowledge sharing, hands-on workshops, tools & talks. This is the heart and soul of the community around the visual programming language “vvvv”, an international network of artists and talents of the creative industries. 

Naxoshalle / Theater Willy Praml
Entrance via Waldschmidtstr. 19 
60316 Frankfurt, Germany


Opening hours:

Sun April 26th
19:00 (not earlier) - 22:00
only for pre accreditation

Mon Apr 27th - Sat May 2nd
09:30 - 24:00


You will need a workshop week pass or workshop day pass for attending the workshops. 

Check Program and  Tickets!




There are 16 beds available at the Jugendgästeetage, 17,- per person and per night – it's located just around the corner of NODE15 venues Mousonturm and Naxoshalle.
They offer two 6-bed-rooms and one 4-bed-room. The first groups who contact us via will get them.

Human Hotel

Human Hotel is a user-driven hospitality service connecting NODE participants with local Frankfurt hosts – welcoming you into their homes! This is a unique chance to share ideas outside of the conference and engage with like-minded locals who share your passion for the digital. The cost of being hosted for up to 3 nights is a flat fee of €50 total. Sign up at

Moving Around and Getting There


There are many different opportunities for bus traveling in Germany.
To get to Frankfurt by bus you can easily book on:

Local Transport

RMV as the regional train service helps you to get to Mousonturm and Naxoshalle.

From Frankfurt main station (Hauptbahnhof), use the subway number U4 in direction Enkheim/seckbacker Landstraße and stop at Merianplatz
Then walk down Hegelstraße (about 250meter) and turn left into Sandweg. After a few more meters you can see the Mousonturm and Naxoshalle.