Viking Hall (Bristol)
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The Viking Hall is a 6,100-seat multi-purpose arena in Bristol, Tennessee, USA. It hosts locals sporting events and concerts. The arena is the home stadium for Bristol Tennessee High School. It was opened in 1981. Also the major site of controversy when White Zombie came to perform in the early 90's and local churches came to protest Rob Zombie's purported "connection to Satan"
In 2010 Highlands Fellowship celebrated their 15 Anniversary at Viking Hall on Easter Sunday breaking all previous attendance records at the Civic Center. The local Fire Marshall closed the doors after reaching beyond its capacity. He estimated over 8000 people in attendance which included over 2000 outside who could not get in.
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