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Hallenstadion Zurich is a spacious multi-purpose arena, located in the Oerlikon quarter in northern Zurich, and is home mainly to National League A’s ZSC Lions. With a general capacity of up to fourteen thousand in concert, the facility is famous for hosting some of the biggest sports events including boxing, hockey, tennis, and handball, as well as the most high profile musical performances. Among other events it has also welcomed the fourteenth Dalai Lama in 2005, who gave many initiations and teachings along with a public talk on Art of Happiness, and this event was open for ten days for everyone. In addition, the arena hosted the sixty-first FIFA Congress in 2011.
Given the many exciting events the facility has been holding throughout, Hallenstadion Zurich tickets are quite a sought-after treat among the city’s sports and music fans.
Hallenstadion Zurich arena was originally opened in 1939, and right away became home to bicycle racings. The well known Zurcher 6-Tagerennen started there in 1954, and ran on its peculiar oval wooden boards up until the facility was closed down for renovation temporarily in 2004. The event has continued there since it re-opened, in a more modern surrounding. The arena hosted the prestigious Ice Hockey World Championship of 1998, alongside Basel and has been the home stadium to Swiss hockey franchise ZSC Lions since 1950. In 2006, it was designated as the venue for the finals and semi-finals of the European Men’s Handball Championship.
Hallenstadion has also been home to the yearly Zurich Open, which is essentially the WTA Tour tennis tournament and was discontinued in 2008 after twenty-five years. In 2010, this sport came back with an exhibition featuring Rafael Nadal against Roger Federer, as benefit for Federer’s foundation. In 2009, the facility hosted the Victoria Cup, in which Chicago Blackhawks of NHL played against the Zurich Lions, where latter is the title holder of Champions Hockey League. Then in 2011, the stadium became home to the top division games of IIHF Women’s World Championship, where games were held in the ice rink hockey facility.
The arena has been the spot of the most anticipated concerts, having welcomed artists from various genres such as Cher who performed there on her Living Proof; Farewell Tour; Britney Spears played there thrice on his world tours Oops I Did It Again, The Onyx Hotel Tour and Femme Fatale Tour; Lady Gaga on the Born This Way Tour with a audience of fourteen thousand; Laura Pausini on Inedito World Tour; Jennifer Lopes on the Dance Again World Tour; Beyonce on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour with a sold out show; Rihanna performed twice on Loud and Diamonds World Tours; and One Direction which played a concert there while on their Take Me Home Tour.
If you are looking to enjoy the weekend and unwind with a great game or an exciting concert, just make to grab some Hallenstadion Zurich tickets and watch your favorite shows.