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AccorHotels Arena
Bercy
AccorHotels Logo 2016.svg
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Exterior of venue
Former names Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy (1984–2014)
Bercy Arena (2014–2015)
Location 8 Boulevard de Bercy
Paris, Bercy, XIIe
France
Coordinates 48°50′19.15″N 2°22′42.60″E / 48.8386528°N 2.3785000°E / 48.8386528; 2.3785000Coordinates: 48°50′19.15″N 2°22′42.60″E / 48.8386528°N 2.3785000°E / 48.8386528; 2.3785000
Owner Ville de Paris
Operator SEM Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy
Capacity Concerts: 20,300
Boxing: 16,394
Tennis: 15,609
Handball: 15,609
Basketball: 15,609
Ice Hockey: 15,000
Athletics: 10,910
Surface Versatile
Construction
Broke ground February 1981 (1981-02)
Opened 3 February 1984 (1984-02-03)
Renovated 2014–15
Architect
Website
accorhotelsarena.com

AccorHotels Arena (originally known as Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy and formerly known as Bercy Arena) is an indoor sports arena and concert hall, that is located on boulevard de Bercy, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, France. The closest métro station is Bercy. Designed by the architectural firm Andrault-Parat, Jean Prouvé and Aydin Guvan, the arena has a pyramidal shape, and walls covered with a sloping lawn. It has a seating capacity ranging from 7,000 to 20,300, depending on the event.

History[edit]

The arena during the Paris Masters in 2008.

It has been used as the main venue for the Paris Masters ATP Tour tennis tournament, and for many sports events, such as: handball, basketball, boxing, gymnastics, track cycling, show jumping, and more.

POPB hosted the European gymnastics championship in 2000, the 1991 and 1996[1] FIBA EuroLeague Final Fours, and the FIBA EuroBasket championship in 1999, among others. It also hosted the 2009–10 EuroLeague Final Four. It also hosted the Masters Karting Paris Bercy star race, from 1993 to 2001, and again in 2011. It is also serving as a host, along with Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany of the 2017 IIHF World Championship. On 28 June, it was announced that the arena would host the 2017 European League of Legends Championship Series Summer Finals.[2]

As part of the 2014–15 renovations efforts, the arena was renamed to Bercy Arena on 1 January 2015. It was again renamed to AccorHotels Arena in October 2015.[3]

AccorHotels Arena will be a venue for 2024 Summer Olympics.

Ticket sales[edit]

World's Busiest Arenas – 2016[4]
Venue 2016 Ticket sales for concerts/shows
The O2 Arena, London, England, UK 1,590,093
Madison Square Garden, New York, USA 1,053,675
AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France 873,906
Manchester Arena, Manchester, England, UK 851,785
Mexico City Arena, Mexico City, Mexico 833,926
Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany 823,211
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA 757,141
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland, UK 751,487
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 702,516
The Forum, Inglewood, USA 701,601

Entertainment events[edit]

Entertainment events at AccorHotels Arena
Date Nationality Artists Tours Supporting Acts Attendance Box Office
1986
29 November United Kingdom Iron Maiden Somewhere On Tour
1987
29 March United States Tina Turner Break Every Rule World Tour
30 March
31 March
13 June United States Prince Sign o' the Times Tour Madhouse
14 June
15 June
17 June
1988
18 May United States Whitney Houston Moment of Truth World Tour
8 July United States Prince Lovesexy Tour
9 July
10 July
12 July
24 September United Kingdom Iron Maiden Seventh Tour of a Seventh Tour
25 September
1989
27 June - 1 July United Kingdom Pink Floyd Another Lapse Tour none
7–8 December France Mylène Farmer Mylène Farmer en concert
1990
6–21 January France Dorothée Bercy 90
3 July United States Madonna Blond Ambition World Tour Technotronic 52,500 / 52,500 $1,548,000
4 July
5 July
14 October United States Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation World Tour 1990
15 October United States Tina Turner Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour
16 October
1991
1 October United States Whitney Houston I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour Snap!
2 October
1992
18 January – 2 February France Dorothée Bercy 92
10 July United States Prince Diamonds and Pearls Tour
11 July
12 July
1993
2–6 January France Dorothée Bercy 93
31 August United States Prince Act I and II
1 September
28 September United States Madonna The Girlie Show World Tour 52,230 / 52,230 $2,245,890
29 September
1 October
29 November United States Whitney Houston The Bodyguard World Tour
30 November
1994
15–26 January France Dorothée Bercy 94
1995
14–22 January France Hélène Rollès Bercy 95
10 April United States Janet Jackson Janet World Tour MN8
4 December Canada Céline Dion D'eux Tour
1996
29–31 January Canada Céline Dion D'eux Tour
3–5 May United States Tina Turner Wildest Dreams Tour
31 May – 1 June France Mylène Farmer Tour 1996
20 June United States Mariah Carey Daydream World Tour
11–13 September United States Tina Turner Wildest Dreams Tour
20–25 September Canada Céline Dion Falling Into You Around the World Tour
4–11 December France Dorothée Bercy 96
12 December France Mylène Farmer Tour 1996
13–15 December France Dorothée Bercy 96
1998
5–7 February France Patricia Kaas Rendez Vous
29 April United States Janet Jackson The Velvet Rope Tour Another Level
12-13 May United Kingdom Spice Girls Spiceworld Tour
6 July United States Whitney Houston The European Tour Conner Reeves
1999
9 September United Kingdom Iron Maiden The Ed Hunter Tour
21 September United States Whitney Houston My Love Is Your Love World Tour Amanda Marshall
24–29 September France Mylène Farmer Mylenium Tour (tour)
9 November United States Cher Believe Tour
13 December France Mylène Farmer Mylenium Tour (tour)
2000
23 February United States Mariah Carey Rainbow World Tour
3 May Puerto Rico Ricky Martin Livin' la Vida Loca Tour
8 June United States Pearl Jam Binaural Tour The Vandals Unknown
2001
14 June United Kingdom Iron Maiden Brave New World Tour
26 June United States Madonna Drowned World Tour 68,000 / 68,000 $4,443,155
27 June
29 June
30 June
2002
15 June Australia Kylie Minogue KylieFever2002
2003
28 March Colombia Shakira Tour of the Mongoose
25 June United Kingdom Iron Maiden Give Me Ed... 'Til I'm Dead Tour
4 November United States Mariah Carey Charmbracelet World Tour
22 November United Kingdom Iron Maiden Dance of Death World Tour
2004
11 February Canada Shania Twain Up! Tour
30 May United States Britney Spears Onyx Hotel Tour
1 September United States Madonna Re-Invention World Tour 68,000 / 68,000 $7,357,529
2 September
4 September
5 September
2005
29 November United Kingdom Coldplay Twisted Logic Tour
2006
13–29 January France Mylène Farmer Avant que l'ombre... à Bercy
16 February Colombia Shakira Oral Fixation Tour
27 August United States Madonna Confessions Tour David Guetta 67,758 / 67,758 $9,145,832
28 August
30 August
31 August
11 September United States Pearl Jam 2006 World Tour N/A Unknown
28 November United Kingdom Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death Tour
7 December United States Christina Aguilera Back To Basics Tour
2007
26 June United States Barbra Streisand Streisand (concert tour)
17 September United States Gwen Stefani Sweet Escape Tour
2008
6 May Australia Kylie Minogue KylieX2008
19–27 May Canada Céline Dion Taking Chances World Tour
1 July United Kingdom Iron Maiden Somewhere Back in Time World Tour
2 July
9 September United Kingdom Coldplay Viva la Vida Tour[5]
10 September
2009
16 March United States Tina Turner Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour
17 March
29 April
4 July United States Britney Spears Circus Tour Sliimy N/A
5 July
6 July
9 July United States Madonna Sticky & Sweet Tour Paul Oakenfold 15,806 / 15,806 $2,306,551
2010
5 March United States 30 Seconds To Mars Into the Wild Tour
14 April Germany Tokio Hotel 'Welcome to the Humanoiud City' World Tour
28 April Barbados Rihanna Last Girl on Earth Tour
21 May United States Lady Gaga Monster Ball Tour[6] Semi Precious Weapons 31,474 / 31,552 $2,763,340
22 May
18 December France Dorothée Bercy 2010
6 December Colombia Shakira The Sun Comes Out World Tour
20 December United States Lady Gaga Monster Ball Tour[6]
21 December
2011
15 March Australia Kylie Minogue Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour
13 June Colombia Shakira The Sun Comes Out World Tour
14 June
27 June United Kingdom Iron Maiden The Final Frontier World Tour
28 June
6 October United States Britney Spears Femme Fatale Tour Clique Girlz N/A
20 October Barbados Rihanna Loud Tour[7] Calvin Harris N/A
21 October
2012
7 April France David Guetta Nothing But The Beat Tour
8 April
17 April Finland Nightwish Imaginaerum World Tour[8] Battle Beast N/A
1 June United States Jay-Z
Kanye West
Watch the Throne Tour[9] N/A
2 June
16 October United States Jennifer Lopez Dance Again World Tour[10] Stooshe N/A
7 December United States Chris Brown Carpe Diem Tour 40,600 / 40,600
9 December
8 December Sweden Swedish House Mafia One Last Tour[11][12] N/A
2013
2 April N/A Cirque de Soleil Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour[13] N/A 58,458 / 83,024 $5,950,080
3 April
4 April
5 April
6 April
7 April
24 April United States Beyoncé The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour[14] Luke James 30,764 / 30,866 $2,338,754
25 April
5 June United Kingdom Iron Maiden Maiden England World Tour 16,530 / 16,530 $1,180,960
7–21 September France Mylène Farmer Timeless (Mylène Farmer)
14 October United States Bruno Mars Moonshine Jungle Tour[15] Mayer Hawthorne N/A
25 November - 5 December Canada Céline Dion Sans attendre Tour 73,333 / 73,507 $14,876,447
2014
15 November Australia Kylie Minogue Kiss Me Once Tour Sam Feldt
24 November United States Lady Gaga ArtRave: The Artpop Ball[16] Lady Starlight 13,018 / 13,018 $1,249,746
2015
24 November Germany Scorpions Return to Forever / 50th Anniversary Tour
9 December United States Madonna Rebel Heart Tour[17] Lunice 30,817 / 30,817 $3,868,967
10 December
18 December France David Guetta Listen Tour 37 600/37 600
19 December
2016
27 January France David Guetta Listen Tour
26 February United Kingdom Muse Drones World Tour[18] X Ambassadors
Phantogram
Nothing But Thieves
N/A
27 February
29 February
1 March
3 March
4 March
21 April United States Mariah Carey The Sweet Sweet Fantasy Tour N/A N/A
17 May Australia 5 Seconds of Summer Sounds Live Feels Live World Tour[19] Don Broco N/A
28 May United States Chris Brown One Hell Of a Nite Tour
9 June United Kingdom Adele 2016 World Tour[20] N/A
10 June
24 June Canada Celine Dion Summer Tour 2016[21] André-Philippe Gagnon 110,052 / 110,052 $18,428,543
25 June
28 June
29 June
2 July
3 July
6 July
7 July
9 July
20 September Canada Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour[22] The Knocks
Vic Mensa
TBA
21 September
15 October United States Red Hot Chili Peppers The Getaway World Tour[23] N/A TBA
16 October
18 October
2017
3 February United Stades Green Day Revolution Radio Tour[24] N/A TBA
28 February Canada The Weeknd Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour[25] N/A TBA
2 March United States Avenged Sevenfold The Stage World Tour[26] N/A TBA
12 March Canada Drake Boy Meets World Tour[27][28] N/A
13 March
6 April England Ed Sheeran ÷ Tour[29] N/A TBA
24 May United States Shawn Mendes Illuminate World Tour[30][31] N/A TBA
3 June England Deep Purple The Long Goodbye Tour[32] N/A TBA
5 June United States Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour[33] N/A
6 June
7 June United States Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman Tour KnowleDJ
Victoria Monét
TBA
11 June Germany Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer Live on Tour[34] N/A TBA
18 June United Kingdom Phil Collins Not Dead Yet Tour[35] TBA
19 June
20 June
22 June
23 June
25 June – 8 July Europe Various Artists Eurovision 2017 (Alternative) N/A
1 July England Robbie Williams The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour[36] N/A TBA
4 July Canada Celine Dion Celine Dion Live 2017[37] Véronic DiCaire 48,226/48,226 $7,918,424
5 July
8 July
9 July
8 September United States Metallica WorldWired Tour[38] Kvelertak
10 September
28 September South Korea G-Dragon Act III: M.O.T.T.E World Tour[39] N/A
7 October
14 October France Justice Woman World Tour[40] N/A TBA TBA
1 December England Elton John Wonderful Crazy Night Tour[41] TBA N/A
13 December France Charles Aznavour «En toute intimité» World Tour[42] N/A TBA TBA
2018
19 January France David Guetta European Arena Tour 18 800/18 800
2 March 2018 Taiwan Mayday Life Tour TBA TBA
29 May United States Katy Perry Witness: The Tour TBA TBA TBA
13 June Colombia Shakira El Dorado World Tour TBA TBA TBA
14 June
5 July United Kingdom Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast World Tour TBA TBA TBA
6 July
28 August United States Britney Spears Piece of Me Tour Pitbull TBA TBA
29 August

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1996 Final Four: Victory comes to Greece and the Greens Archived 12 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Arrivé, Paul (28 June 2017). "eSport - League of Legends : les finales LCS à l'AccorHotels Arena de Paris". L'Équipe (in French). Retrieved 2017-06-28. 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-05-09. Retrieved 2015-10-12. 
  4. ^ "TOP 200 ARENA VENUES 2016" (PDF). 31 December 2016. 
  5. ^ "Coldplay's Viva la Vida Tour". gigwise. Retrieved 2016-10-11. 
  6. ^ a b Strauss, Neil (2010-07-08). "The Broken Heart and Violent Fantasies of Lady Gaga". Rolling Stones. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
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  8. ^ Charles Darwin. "Past Shows - Nightwish – The Official Website". Nightwish.com. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
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  10. ^ "Jennifer Lopez". Party Earth. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  11. ^ "Swedish House Mafia Announce 'One Last Tour'". Rolling Stone. 2012-09-24. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  12. ^ "Swedish House Mafia Announce Dates For One Last Tour Of Farewell Shows". Stereoboard. 2012-09-24. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  13. ^ "The Immortal World Tour à Paris, hommage du Cirque du Soleil à Michael Jackson". Culturebox. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
  14. ^ "BeyoncĂŠ". Beyonce.com. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  15. ^ Doiezie, Mathilde (2013-10-17). "Bruno Mars acclamé à Bercy". lefigaro.fr. Retrieved 2016-10-08. 
  16. ^ "Lady Gaga : suivez le concert ŕ Paris-Bercy !". Chartsinfrance.net. 2014-11-24. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  17. ^ Spanos, Brittany (2015-03-02). "Madonna Plots Rebel Heart Tour for North America, Europe". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  18. ^ "Muse - Drones World tour". AccorHotels Arena. 2016-02-26. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  19. ^ "5 Seconds Of Summer". AccorHotels Arena. 2016-05-17. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  20. ^ Le HuffPost avec AFP. "À Bercy, Adele a prévenu qu'elle était ronchonne". Huffingtonpost.fr. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  21. ^ "Celine Dion - June 24, 25, 28, July 2, 3". AccorHotels Arena. 2016-06-24. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  22. ^ "Justin Bieber - Purpose World Tour". AccorHotels Arena. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  23. ^ "Red Hot Chili Peppers". AccorHotels Arena. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  24. ^ "Green Day, roi d'un soir à Bercy". 
  25. ^ "The Weeknd : Starboy Legend of the Fall, les dates de la tournée mondiale annoncées". 
  26. ^ "Deux dates en France pour Avenged Sevenfold en 2017". 
  27. ^ Penrose, Nerisha (2016-10-10). "Drake Announces 2017 'The Boy Meets World' European Tour". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  28. ^ Yoo, Noah (2016-10-10). "Drake Announces 2017 Europe Tour". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2016-10-13. 
  29. ^ "Ed Sheeran annonce un concert en France en 2017". 
  30. ^ "Shawn Mendes - Illuminate World Tour". AccorHotels Arena. Retrieved 2016-10-08. 
  31. ^ "Shawn Mendes Announces 2017 World Tour". radio.com. 2016-09-07. Retrieved 2016-10-08. 
  32. ^ "Deep Purple fait ses adieux : concerts à Paris et Lille en juin". 
  33. ^ "Bruno Mars : Son concert à Paris déjà complet, une nouvelle date ajoutée". 
  34. ^ "Hans Zimmer en concert à l'Arena Bercy de Paris en juin 2017". 
  35. ^ "Phil Collins". AccorHotels Arena. Retrieved 2017-03-09. 
  36. ^ "Robbie Williams remonte sur scène le 1er juillet 2017 à Paris avec Europe 1". 
  37. ^ http://www.celinedion.com/#tourdates-info-10270412
  38. ^ "Events - Metallica". 
  39. ^ "G-Dragon 2017 World Tour Act III, MOTTE a Paris". Accor-Hotels Arena. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  40. ^ "Justice : Concert à Lyon et Paris en octobre 2017 !". 
  41. ^ "Elton John en concert le 1er décembre 2017 à l'AccorHotels Arena !". 
  42. ^ "Justice : Concert à Lyon et Paris en octobre 2017 !". 

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