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Atlas Arena[1] is a multipurpose indoor arena in Łódź, Poland, opened on June 26, 2009 at al. Bandurskiego. It is one of the largest Polish venues with seating 10,400, with an optional extra 3,000, it has 1,500 parking places and 11 VIP lounges (each with a terrace). The arena hosts conferences, concerts and sports events (e.g. volleyball, basketball, athletics and ice hockey). In August 2009, Atlas Group purchased the naming rights to the arena for a period of 5 years.

Atlas Arena
Atlas Arena - Łódź.jpg
Locationaleja Bandurskiego 7, 94-020 Łódź, Poland
Coordinates51°45′25″N 19°25′30″E / 51.75694°N 19.42500°E / 51.75694; 19.42500Coordinates: 51°45′25″N 19°25′30″E / 51.75694°N 19.42500°E / 51.75694; 19.42500
OwnerCity of Łódź
OperatorMiejska Arena Kultury i Sportu
Seating typeReserved seating
Capacity13,805
Construction
Built2006–2009
OpenedJune 26, 2009
Construction cost 80 million
ArchitectATJ Architekci
Main contractors
  • Varitex
  • Mostostal
  • Skanska
Website
www.atlasarena.pl

EventsEdit

Sports eventsEdit

ConcertsEdit

Concerts at Atlas Arena
Date Artist Tour Attendance
25 October 2009 Alexandrov Ensemble N/A
17 November 2009 A-ha Foot of the Mountain Tour N/A
10 February 2010 Depeche Mode Tour of the Universe 31,064
11 February 2010 N/A
12 March 2010 Rammstein Liebe ist für alle da Tour 13,996
14 March 2010 Tokio Hotel Humanoid City World Tour N/A
11 April 2011 Slayer + Megadeth World Painted Blood Tour N/A
18 April 2011 Roger Waters The Wall Live 26,231
19 April 2011 N/A
17 May 2011 Shakira The Sun Comes Out World Tour N/A
7 November 2011 Thirty Seconds to Mars Into the Wild Tour N/A
8 November 2011 N/A
11 November 2011 Sade Sade Live N/A
6 December 2011 Rihanna Loud Tour N/A
29 April 2012 Andrea Bocelli N/A
7 July 2012 Elton John Greatest Hits Tour N/A
12 September 2012 Il Divo N/A
21 November 2012 Sting Back to Bass Tour N/A
23 November 2012 Muse The 2nd Law World Tour N/A
14 December 2012 Smokie N/A
25 March 2013 Justin Bieber Believe Tour N/A
8 May 2013 Mark Knopfler Privateering Tour N/A
7 June 2013 Eric Clapton N/A
18 June 2013 Green Day 99 Revolutions Tour N/A
25 June 2013 Toto 35th Anniversary Tour N/A
3 July 2013 Iron Maiden Maiden England World Tour 13,836
19 July 2013 Leonard Cohen Old Ideas World Tour N/A
13 August 2013 System of a Down System of a Down Reunion Tour N/A
24 February 2014 Depeche Mode Delta Machine Tour 15,764
7 May 2014 Charles Aznavour
9 May 2014 André Rieu 7,553
12 May 2014 Peter Gabriel N/A
4 June 2014 Avenged Sevenfold N/A
11 June 2014 Black Sabbath Black Sabbath Reunion Tour N/A
12 June 2014 Aerosmith Global Warming Tour N/A
28 September 2014 Il Divo N/A
30 October 2014 Kylie Minogue Kiss Me Once Tour N/A
21 November 2014 Chicago Blues Brothers 7,000
15 December 2014 Lenny Kravitz Strut Europe Tour 2014 N/A
5 May 2015 Scorpions Return to Forever/50th Anniversary Tour N/A
29 May 2015 André Rieu N/A
27 June 2015 Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls Tour N/A
10 October 2015 Metro N/A
17 October 2015 Lady Pank N/A
25 October 2015 Deep Purple Now What? World Tour N/A
20 November 2015 Slash World on Fire World Tour N/A
21 November 2015 Alexandrov Ensemble N/A
12 December 2015 Florence and the Machine How Big Tour N/A
2 February 2016 Imagine Dragons Smoke + Mirrors Tour N/A
18 March 2016 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Part II: A European Tour N/A
1 May 2016 Hans Zimmer Live On Tour 2016 N/A
28 May 2016 Rod Stewart The Hits 2016 N/A
3 June 2016 André Rieu N/A
7 June 2016 Korn + Megadeth + Sixx:A.M. Power Festival 2016 N/A
20 October 2016 The Cure The Cure Tour 2016 N/A
5 November 2016 Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica World Tour 2016 N/A
23 May 2017 Deep Purple N/A
6 November 2017 Queen + Adam Lambert Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2017–2018 N/A
9 February 2018 Depeche Mode Global Spirit Tour 14,270
15 February 2019 Twenty One Pilots The Bandito Tour N/A
24 February 2019 Nicki Minaj NickiWrldTour N/A
23 may 2020 Celine Dion Courage World Tour[2] N/A

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  Media related to Atlas Arena at Wikimedia Commons

Events and tenants
Preceded by
O2 Arena
  Prague
CEV Champions League
Final Venue

2010
Succeeded by
PalaOnda
  Bolzano
Preceded by
PalaOnda
  Bolzano
CEV Champions League
Final Venue

2012
Succeeded by
Sports-Concerts Complex Viktora Blinova
  Omsk