Tivoli Hall

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Tivoli Hall
HalaTivoli-Ljubljana.JPG
Location Ljubljana, Slovenia
Coordinates 46°03′37″N 14°29′43″E / 46.0602916°N 14.4952792°E / 46.0602916; 14.4952792
Broke ground 1963
Opened 1965
Renovated 1995 (Smaller Hall)
2000 (Larger Hall)
Owner City Municipality of Ljubljana
Operator Javni zavod Šport Ljubljana
Surface

Ice (Larger Hall)

Parquet (Smaller Hall)
Architect Marjan Božič
Stanko Bloudek
Capacity 4,000 (Larger Hall, Ice Hockey)
5,600 (Larger Hall, Basketball)[1]
4,050 (Smaller Hall, Basketball)

The Tivoli Hall (Slovene: Hala Tivoli) is a complex of two multi-purpose indoor sport arenas in the Tivoli Park in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The complex was opened in 1965. The larger, ice hockey arena has a seating capacity of 4,000 people. When configured to host basketball games, the capacity is adjusted to 5,600.[2]

This hall hosted home games of the professional basketball team KK Union Olimpija until 2011. The smaller basketball hall has a seating capacity of 4,050 people. The larger one is the home of HDD Olimpija Ljubljana professional ice hockey club.

History[edit]

Other activities[edit]

Apart from being a sporting venue, the Tivoli Hall also hosts numerous concerts, musicals and other shows.

Concerts[edit]

Cancellations:

  • Chris Rea – 2008
  • Lenny Kravitz – June 9, 2009
  • Lady Gaga was scheduled to perform on September 6, 2009, but the show was cancelled.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Cilindro Municipal
Montevideo
FIBA World Championship
Final Venue

1970
Succeeded by
Roberto Clemente Coliseum
San Juan
Preceded by
Ericsson Globe
Stockholm
European Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

2004
Succeeded by
Hallenstadion
Zurich

Coordinates: 46°3′35″N 14°29′42″E / 46.05972°N 14.49500°E / 46.05972; 14.49500