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Linzer Stadion was a multi-purpose stadium, in Linz, Austria. Originally built in 1952, the stadium was last modified in 2012 and now has a capacity of 21,005. The 2012 modifications included the installation of rail seats for safe standing.
|Opened||28 June 1952|
The stadium was opened on 28 July 1952, on the grounds of the former Froschberg-Brickworks. The stadium is also known as "Auf der Gugl", the name of the hill on which it is situated.
In July 2020, LASK presented their plans to build a new stadium on the site of the old stadium, in which the groundbreaking should take place in early 2021. Completion is currently scheduled for February 2023.
- Pink Floyd performed there on 23 June 1989 as part of their A Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour.
- Genesis performed at the Stadium on 19 June 2007 during their reunion tour Turn It On Again: The Tour.
- Pink performed at the venue on 8 July 2010 during The Funhouse Summer Carnival.
- Bon Jovi performed at the venue on 15 May 2006 during their Have a Nice Day Tour.
- Michael Jackson performed at the venue on 6 September 1988 during his Bad World Tour in front of 40,000 people.
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- "LASK ENGAGES PORR TO DEVELOP RAIFFEISEN ARENA". thestadiumbusiness.com. 1 October 2021.