Hull Venue before opening in July 2018
|Former names||Hull Venue|
|Owner||Hull City Council|
|Construction cost||£36 million|
|Main contractors||BAM Construct UK|
Hull Venue, currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Bonus Arena, is an indoor arena near Hull Marina in Hull, England. It was opened in August 2018 and has hosted music, comedy and sports events.
Since opening in August 2018, the arena has hosted shows from Van Morrison, the Courteeners, Westlife, Boyzone, George Ezra, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Sean Paul, James Acaster, Professor Brian Cox, Diversity, Jimmy Carr, Richard Ashcroft, The Harlem Globetrotters, NXT UK (WWE brand) and Strictly Come Dancing Live!.
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