Orfeo Superdomo

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Orfeo Superdome
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Exterior of the arena.
LocationAv. Cardeñosa 3450. B° Alto Verde Córdoba, Argentina
Coordinates31°21′54″S 64°13′17″W / 31.36500°S 64.22139°W / -31.36500; -64.22139Coordinates: 31°21′54″S 64°13′17″W / 31.36500°S 64.22139°W / -31.36500; -64.22139
OwnerDinosaurio Group
CapacitySports: 14,000
Concerts: 8,000–12,000
Field sizeterrain: 23.000 m2,
covered: 16.730 m2
Opened6 September 2002
Tenants
Atenas basketball

The Orfeo Superdome is an indoor sports arena that is located in Córdoba, Argentina. The arena is primarily used to host basketball, volleyball, boxing, and tennis events. It's also the host venue for most concerts in Córdoba. The seating capacity of the arena is 14,000 people for sports, and 8,000 to 12,000 people for concerts.

History[edit]

Orfeo Superdome's opening was on 6 September 2002, with a concert by rock band Divididos. On 24 January 2010, Orfeo Superdome hosted a concert by Metallica, which sold out within a few hours of being announced. On 12 October 2011, Orfeo Superdomo hosted a concert by Guns And Roses, and six days later hosted Deep Purple.

Orfeo was one of the host venues of the 2002 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship, and it also hosted the final round of the 2010 FIVB Volleyball World League. It also hosted the final stage of the 2017 FIBA AmeriCup. The arena has also been used to host some of the Asociación Deportiva Atenas basketball team's home games.

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