Ziggo Dome

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Ziggo Dome
Location Amsterdam, Netherlands
Opened 24 June 2012
Owner HMH
Architect Benthem Crouwel Architekten
Capacity 17,000: Concerts

Ziggo Dome is a 17,000-seat multi-use indoor arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands.


  • Marco Borsato was the first artist to perform at the Dome on June 24, 2012 with his "Dichtbij" tour. The American rock band Pearl Jam was the first foreign artist to play in the Ziggo Dome; they played two shows in June 2012 as part of their European tour.[1]
  • The original name of the arena was "Music Dome". During construction, in 2009, the naming rights have been sold to Ziggo, the largest cable TV provider in The Netherlands. This is remarkable since cable TV service in the Amsterdam region is being provided exclusively by Ziggo's competitor UPC (a subsidiary of Libert Global).
The LED lights on the Ziggo Dome in the Amsterdam Zuid-Oost/Arena area


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Coordinates: 52°18′48″N 4°56′13″E / 52.31333°N 4.93694°E / 52.31333; 4.93694