The Razzia in Zurich-Seefeld was originally a movie theater, then a radio studio, and then a sandwich shop. After that, it lay in a deep sleep for nearly 30 years. eventagentur.ch awakened the historical building and made the Seefeld Razzia into a cultural center. To this end, the 19th-century frescoes were staged by a gentle renovation, the artworks had previously been hidden behind a gypsum wall.
In the revived Seefeld Razzia there were film screenings, bar service, live World Cup broadcasts, parties with various Zurich-based party labels, breakdance shows, fashion shows, and concerts.
Among others, fashion guru Michael Michalski presented his latest collection, and the Backstreet Boys gave an intimate concert. In addition to the use as a public venue, the Seefeld Razzia was also rented out privately. The exhibition of the venue by eventagentur.ch was limited to three years.