In recent years, due to tight budgets, a large number of multipurpose halls have been constructed applying relatively inexpensive materials without regard to planning for noise control to mitigate loud, unpleasant, unanticipated, or undesired sound. Consequently, after construction is completed, noise issues are often proven within the spaces and render the initial purposes of the structure unattainable. This book inference would not only edify potentials and professionals on the importance of acoustics as a major factor in building design, but also address the common solutions to mitigate noise in multipurpose spaces. Multipurpose hall is expected to be used for various activities such as music functions, sports, and speeches. This book recapitulates the acoustic design of early and recent performing halls and multipurpose halls. It also presents the fundamentals of sound and room acoustics, including the behaviour of sound in enclosed spaces. Suggestions and recommendations to this effect is given in this book to guide any institution or architectural design students who may wish to design the acoustics for indoor sports facility halls or multipurpose halls in the future.