|Former names||Preussag Arena (2000–2004)|
|Broke ground||August 1998|
|Owner||Arena Hannover GmbH|
|Construction cost||70 million Eur|
|Capacity||10.767 (Ice hockey)
|Hannover Scorpions (DEL, 2001-)|
TUI Arena (formerly Preussag Arena) is an arena in Hanover, Germany. The arena opened in 2000 and holds 10,767, during hockey matches and up to 14,000, during concerts. The arena is situated at the Expo 2000 grounds, in the south of Hanover, astride the Kronsberg and Mittelfeld areas.
Janet Jackson was scheduled to perform during her All for You Tour on November 12, 2001, but the show was cancelled, due to the September 11, 2001 attacks. The Scorpions performed a Classic-Concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker on June 1, 2000, at the Arena and during her Get Your Sting and Blackout World Tour on June 1, 2010 a Rockshow. In the Arena, there is a Scorpions-Lounge with a variety of devotional of the band.
On February 14, 2013, the German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest, Unser Song für Malmö took place here.
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