Gelora Bung Tomo Stadium
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|Broke ground||1 January 2008|
|Built||8 August 2008|
|Opened||11 August 2010|
|Renovated||11 July 2010|
|Expanded||11 June 2010|
|Construction cost||IDR 500 billion|
Gelora Bung Tomo Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Surabaya (a national capital of the province of East Java), Indonesia. It is a part of the Surabaya Sports Center. The rest of the sports complex consists of an indoor stadium and a mosque. This stadium is used mostly for football matches. It replaced the older Gelora 10 November Stadium.
Groundbreaking occurred on 1 January 2008. Construction cost was estimated at Rp100 billion. The arena was designed by Malay architects KLIA. Gelora Bung Tomo Stadium was officially opened by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on 11 August 2010.
Major concerts and shows
The stadium has hosted major concerts and shows by many famous artists and bands, spanning many different genres.
|20 June 2013||Aaron Kwok (郭富城)||Dream Will Fade Away Tour (夢難留)|
|9 July 2013||7icons||The Journey of Love Tour|
|7 August 2013||Zhuang Xue Zhong (莊學忠)||Grateful Heart Tour (感恩的心)|
|15 August 2013||Bunga Citra Lestari||Habibie & Ainun Tour|
|16 August 2013||Albert Effendy||Mari Bercinta Tour|
|23 August 2013||Blink||Putih Abu-Abu Tour|
|24 August 2013||The Sisters||The Journey of Love Tour|
|30 August 2013||Shireen Sungkar & Marsha Aruan||Cinta Fitri Tour|
|31 August 2013||The Sisters||The Journey of Love Tour|
|6 September 2013||Nikita Willy||Lebih Dari Indah Tour|
|14 September 2013||Maudy Ayunda||Tiba-Tiba Cinta Datang Tour|
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