Tallin Saku Suurhall
The Saku Suurhall (English: Saku Great Hall) is an indoor multi-purpose arena in Tallin, Estonia. It was opened in November of 2001 and was designed by architects Esa Viitanen of Pro Ark OY and Andres Kariste of North Project AS. It is the largest multi-purpose arena in the country with the capacity of up to 10,500 people. It's named after the Saku Brewery, an Estonian beer brewery and soft drink company.
The arena is, since 2002, a member of the European Arenas Association (EAA). It is owned and operated by OÜ Best Idea and is the home arena to BC Kalev/Cramo, a local Tallin-based basketball team.
The arena has hosted a variety of different events and concerts since it opened, including the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest, Baltic Basketball League Final Six in 2006, the 2010 European Figure Skating Championships, the 2015 Toyota Four Nations Cup and has hosted all the Eesti Laul (Estonian Eurovision Selection Competition) Finals since 2016. Concerts that took place include those from aritsts such as Elton John, Kraftwerk, Mark Knopfler, Bob Dylan, Deep Purple, Def Leppard, R.E.M., Underworld, Ray Charles, Sting, The Prodigy, Depeche Mode, Rammstein, Jamiroquai, Ozzy Osbourne and more.
Muse only played at the arena once in 2012, in what was their first performance in Estonia.
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