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Jyske Bank Boxen

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Jyske Bank Boxen
Jyske Bank Boxen (cropped).jpg
Former namesHedens Colosseum (planning/construction)
MCH MultiArena (2010)
LocationHerning, Denmark
Coordinates56°7′4.88″N 8°57′9.00″E / 56.1180222°N 8.9525000°E / 56.1180222; 8.9525000
OwnerMCH Group
Capacity12,500 (Handball)
11,000 (Ice hockey)
Broke groundOctober 2008
Opened20 October 2010
Construction costDKK 329 million
EUR € 44 million
ArchitectAarstiderne Arkitekter

Jyske Bank Boxen is an indoor arena, located in Herning, Denmark, that is part of the Messecenter Herning. It has a capacity of 12,500.

It hosts concerts, ice hockey, basketball, volleyball, team handball and gymnastics competitions. It has hosted the 2010 European Women's Handball Championships, the 2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships, the 2014 European Men's Handball Championship, and the 2019 World Men's Handball Championship.

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On 1 October 2010 Danish financial institution Jyske Bank purchased naming rights to the arena.

The arena's opening event, on 20 October 2010, was a concert by Lady Gaga, during The Monster Ball Tour, with Semi Precious Weapons as her opening act.

The arena was also being considered as the venue for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, before the contract was eventually won by B&W Hallerne, Refshaleøen in Copenhagen.[1]

The arena was one of two arenas to host the 2018 IIHF World Championship, the other being the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.[2][3]


Artist Tour Date
Lady Gaga The Monster Ball Tour 20 October 2010
Prince Prince 20Ten 22 October 2010
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns Tour 30 October 2010
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour 19 February 2011
Eric Clapton 11 June 2011
Roger Waters The Wall Live 13 June 2011
George Michael Symphonica Tour 29, 31 August & 2 September 2011
Britney Spears Femme Fatale Tour 10 October 2011
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm with You World Tour 14 October 2011
Rihanna Loud Tour 28 October 2011
Rammstein Made in Germany 1995-2011 22 February 2012
BSB/New Kids on the Block NKOTBSB Tour 12 May 2012
One Direction Take Me Home Tour 5 May 2013
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball World Tour 16 May 2013
P!nk The Truth About Love Tour 30 May 2013
Peter Gabriel Back to Front Tour 28 September 2013
Nephew 5 October 2013
John Mayer Born and Raised World Tour 15 October 2013
Volbeat Outlaw Gangsters And Shady Ladies Tour 23 November 2013
Depeche Mode The Delta Machine Tour 29 November 2013
Robbie Williams The Swing Tour Live 10 & 11 May 2014
Lady Gaga Artrave: The Artpop Ball Tour 27 September 2014
Queen + Adam Lambert Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2014–2015 15 February 2015
Katy Perry The Prismatic World Tour 7 March 2015
Helene Fischer Farbenspiel Live 30 May 2015
Take That Live 2015 1 October 2015
Madonna Rebel Heart Tour 16 November 2015
Adele Adele Live 2016 4 May 2016
5 Seconds of Summer Sounds Live Feels Live World Tour 28 May 2016
Iron Maiden The Book of Souls World Tour 21 June 2016
Paul McCartney One on One 27 June 2016
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Getaway World Tour 16 November 2016
John Mayer The Search for Everything World Tour 5 May 2017
Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman Tour 12 May 2017
Marcus & Martinus Together Tour 2 September 2017
Moments Tour 9 February 2018
Metallica WorldWired Tour 27 March 2018
Queen + Adam Lambert 15 June 2018
Runrig The Last Mile 23 June 2018
Roger Waters Us + Them Tour 7 August 2018


  1. ^ Jiandani, Sanjay. "Denmark 2014: Copenhagen and B&W Hallerne will host Eurovision". Retrieved 5 September 2013.
  2. ^ Denmark to host Ice Hockey World Championship in 2018
  3. ^ To Denmark in 2018

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Events and tenants
Preceded by
Boris Trajkovski Arena
European Women's Handball Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Belgrade Arena
Preceded by
European Swimming Championships (SC)

Succeeded by
Wingate Institute
Preceded by
Belgrade Arena
European Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Kraków Arena
Preceded by
Belgrade Arena
World Women's Handball Championship
Final Venue

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