The Richard & Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall, located in the Center for the Arts, seats 493 people (565 with seats on the pit). The acoustically designed hall uses dense hardwood and concrete surfaces, an extensive set of acoustic control curtains, and numerous sound reflecting panels on and above the stage. The hall boasts a state of the art dimmer system, hydraulically controlled orchestra pit, a 9-foot Steinway grand piano, and a 40 rank concert organ.

The Brodbeck family has played a significant role in the history and economic development of southwest Wisconsin through their business enterprise, Dick's Supermarkets. The Brodbeck's are longtime patrons of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, providing employment for students, career positions for graduates, and resources to support scholarships and arts programming. The Hall is named in recognition of the generosity the Brodbeck's have shown UW-Platteville over many years and their dedication to the arts on campus.