Heineken Music Hall
|Address||Arena Boulevard 590
1101 DS Amsterdam
|Owner||Government of Amsterdam
(operated by Live Nation)
|Opened||1 February 2001|
|Construction cost||€30 million|
Heineken Music Hall (or commonly abbreviated as HMH) is a concert hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands, near the Amsterdam ArenA (Amsterdam South-East). The big hall has a capacity of 5500 and is 3000 m²; a smaller hall (for after parties) has a capacity of 700.
The Heineken Music Hall was specially designed for amplified music. The architect was Frits van Dongen of Architekten Cie. The building was constructed between 1996 and 2001, and cost €30 million. 
- Groenendijk, Paul; Vollaard, Piet (2006). Architectuurgids Nederland: 1900-2000. 010 Publishers. p. 293. ISBN 9789064505737. Retrieved 1 September 2012.
- "Geen schoteltje bij de wc's van concertzaal Ziggo Dome". Het Parool. 18 April 2010. Retrieved 1 September 2012.
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