Citibank Hall (Rio de Janeiro)

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Citibank Hall
Former names Metropolitan (1994–2000)
ATL Hall (2000–2003)
Claro Hall (2003–2007)
Citibank Hall (2007–)
Location Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Owner Time for Fun
Type Music venue
Capacity 8,450 (Config 1)[1]
6,300 (Config 2)[1]
3,350 (Config 3)[1]
3,100 (Config 4)[1]
Opened September 1994

Citibank Hall is a music venue, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, capital of the same state. The venue has a capacity of 8,450 spectators, but can have four different configurations.

It was opened in September 1994, with the name of Metropolitan. In late 2000, after a naming rights agreement, it was renamed as ATL Hall, and as Claro Hall after the consolidation of the América Móvil-owned networks in Brazil, and since March 2007, when the Claro agreement expired, it is called Citibank Hall. It is owned by the same group as the São Paulo venue.

Located in Barra da Tijuca, it is one of the major show houses of Rio de Janeiro.[citation needed]


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