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On its own, Palais Nikaïa has seats for between 1,500 to 6,250 persons depending upon configuration, with an upwards maximum of 9,000 capacity including those standing. However, in a unique arrangement, it is located next to the outdoor Stade Charles-Ehrmann, with sliding glass doors to operate between them, and the two in combination can be used to host very large concerts with up to 50,000 or more in attendance.
In addition to concerts, Palais Nikaïa can host variety shows, sporting events, conventions, and the like.