Coliseo Centenario

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Coliseo Centenario de Torreón
Location

Raul Lopez Sanchez s/n y Carretera a San Pedro

Torreón, Mexico
Owner Privately Own
Operator

Director of Operations: Francisco Mata & Director of

Marketing & Image: Rafael Cortes Montalvo
Capacity Maximum 10,000
Construction
Broke ground October 2006
Opened February 8, 2008
Construction cost $100 million MXN
Architect Gilberto Of Yta

The Coliseo Centenario de Torreón (Centennial Coliseum of Torreón in English), officially named "Centro de Espectaculos Coliseo Centenario" is a multi-purpose complex in Torreón, in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. The complex can seat up to 10,000 people. It can also accommodate and services concerts, theater, sports venue, exhibitions and conventions it also has restaurants, a bullfighting museum, and offices.

Coliseo Centenario is one of the most modern centers of spectacles of the north of the country in Mexico.[1] Its first event was bullfighting event on February 8, 2008. It first music concert was held on February 14, 2008 performed by the remaining members of The Doors. Other musical acts that appear at the Coliseo Centenario includes Banda el Recodo, Maná, Mägo de Oz, Pedro Fernández, Café Tacuba and Juan Gabriel.

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Coordinates: 25°35′19″N 103°24′12″W / 25.588511°N 103.403385°W / 25.588511; -103.403385