Olympiahalle (Innsbruck)

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Olympiahalle
LocationInnsbruck,  Austria
Coordinates47°15′28″N 11°24′35″E / 47.25778°N 11.40965°E / 47.25778; 11.40965Coordinates: 47°15′28″N 11°24′35″E / 47.25778°N 11.40965°E / 47.25778; 11.40965
Capacity10,000
Construction
Built1963
Renovated2004

Olympiahalle is an indoor sports venue located in Innsbruck, Austria. During the 1964 Winter Olympics, it hosted the figure skating and ice hockey events. Twelve years later, at the 1976 Winter Olympics, it again hosted figure skating and ice hockey.

Twelve years later, Olympic competitions were again held at the Olympiahalle. For the IIHF World Championship 2005 it was renovated and built a second small ice rink. The capacity is approximately 7,800 spectators at the Olympiahalle in Innsbruck, and approximately 3,200 in the smaller hall, the Tyrolean hydropower arena. In the smaller hall bears the HC Innsbruck from his ice hockey games.

Top acts in the Olympic Hall since 1964: Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Cher, Dire Straits, Joe Cocker, Nena, Falco, Simply Red, Sting, Rainhard Fendrich, Pink, Marilyn Manson, Iron Maiden, Wolfgang Ambros, Lenny Kravitz, Gianna Nannini, Supertramp, amongst others.

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