Saint-Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex

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Saint-Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex
SKK Peterburgsky
Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex.jpg
Former names V. I. Lenin Sport & Concert Complex (1980-1991)
Location 8, Yu. Gagarina av.
Saint-Petersburg 196105
Russia
Broke ground 1970
Opened 20 May 1980 (1980-05-20)
Owner Federal State Unitary Enterprise
Capacity 20,000
Website Venue English Website
Tenants
St. Petersburg Open (1995-Present)

The Saint-Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex (SKK Peterburgsky) (Russian: Петербургский Спортивно-Концертный Комплекс) is an arena in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Soviet time, it was called V. I. Lenin Sport & Concert Complex (Russian: Спортивно-концертный комплекс им. В.И.Ленина). The complex was completed in 1979 and opened on May 19, 1980. During concerts, it holds up to 20,000 people. Besides concerts, the arena is used for various sports, notably tennis, as it is the location of the St. Petersburg Open. Other sport events hosted at the SKK include bowling, tennis table, fencing. The SKK is also used for some trade fairs.

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Coordinates: 59°52′09″N 30°20′31″E / 59.86917°N 30.34194°E / 59.86917; 30.34194