Citibank Hall (São Paulo)

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Coordinates: 23°38′51″S 46°43′26″W / 23.64750°S 46.72389°W / -23.64750; -46.72389

Citibank Hall
Venue seen with former signage
Former names Credicard Hall (1999-2013)
Address Avenida das Nações Unidas 17955
São Paulo-SP
04795-100 Brazil
Location Santo Amaro
Owner Time for Fun
Capacity 7,000
Opened September 1999 (1999-09)

Citibank Hall (originally Credicard Hall) is a music theater in the city of Sao Paulo, São Paulo. It opened in September 1999, with capacity for 7,744 people. Considered to be one of the largest entertainment venues in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America.[1] The 60th anniversary Miss Universe 2011 pageant was held on September 12 that year at the hall.


International artists who have passed the stage at the Citibank Hall include: Laura Pausini October 25–27, 2001 (The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te Tour), April 28 and 29, 2005 (Resta in Ascolto Tour), October 6 and 07, 2009 (Primavera in Anticipo Tour), January 21–23, 2012 (Inedito World Tour), Kylie Minogue November 08, 2008 (KylieX2008), Demi Lovato April 20 and 30, 2012 (A Special Night With Demi Lovato), On April 21, 2013 Super Junior was the first Korean artist to hold a solo concert in São Paulo at the Citibank Hall on their World Tour (Super Show 5), Luis Miguel (1999/2012) and Sarah Brightman on her Dreamchaser World Tour on November 28 and 29, 2013.

Naming history[edit]

  • Credicard Hall (September 1999—20 November 2013)
  • Citibank Hall (21 November 2013—Present)[2]

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Preceded by
Mandalay Bay Events Center
Miss Universe Venue
Succeeded by
PH Live