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Palace of Sports, Kiev

Palace of Sports Kiev
Київський Палац Спорту
The Kyiv Palace of Sports in 2009
Location Kiev, Ukraine
Coordinates
Owner Kyivskyi Palats Sportu CJSC
Capacity Concerts: 10,000
Sport: 7,000
Surface floor/ice variable
Construction
Opened 1960
Renovated 1982, 2011
Architect M.Hrechyna, O. Zavarov

The Kiev Palace of Sports (Ukrainian: Київський Палац Спорту, Kyivskyi Palats Sportu) is a sport-concert complex situated in the center of Kiev, Ukraine. The complex is an independent state enterprise.

History

It was built in 1960, to design of Mykhailo Hrechyna and Oleksiy Zavarov, as a major indoor sports arena.

  • Capacity: 10,000 people for both the Eurovision Song Contest semi-final and final in 2005. Additionally 2,000 press delegates were catered for.

Events

The venue hosts indoor sports games, concerts, major exhibitions and trade fairs.

In 2005, it hosted the Eurovision Song Contest, which required the facilities to be brought up to the standard, required by the European Broadcasting Union. Also, the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest was hosted in the venue.

The Sports Palace is also a popular venue for concerts, having been the venue for Didier Marouani and Space (French band)on 10,11,12,13,14,15 of July 1983, Backstreet Boys, Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears on September 27, 2011 as part of her Femme Fatale Tour, Deep Purple, Judas Priest, A-ha, Jamiriquai, Jean Michel Jarre, Moby, [[Thirty Seconds to

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