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Tauron Arena Kraków

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Tauron Arena Kraków
Kraków Arena z lotu ptaa.JPG
Tauron Arena Kraków
LocationStanisława Lema 7, 31-571, Kraków, Poland
Coordinates50°04′02.9″N 19°59′30.1″E / 50.067472°N 19.991694°E / 50.067472; 19.991694
Capacitymax 22,000
Broke groundMay 2010
Opened12 May 2014
Construction costPLN zł 445 million
EUR € 106 million
Tauron Arena Kraków on 1 April 2014
Tauron Arena Kraków on 1 April 2014
Kraków Arena seen from east
Kraków Arena seen from east
Thank you message after Ennio Morricone concert
Thank you message after Ennio Morricone concert

Tauron Arena Kraków[1] is an indoor arena located in Kraków, Poland. It has a seating capacity of 15,030 for sporting events.[2] It hosted the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship tournament, 2016 European League of Legends Championship Finals and 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I.


Tauron Arena Kraków is the largest and one of most modern entertainment and sports venues in Poland.[3] It allows to host a variety of sports events, including badminton, boxing, curling, acrobatic and artistic gymnastics, indoor football, hockey, basketball, track and field, figure skating, volleyball, handball, martial arts, extreme sports, tennis, table tennis, equestrian competitions, and sports dancing competitions.[2]

The facility area has 61,434 m2, with maximum area of the arena court of 4 546 m2. The average capacity is 18,000 for concerts, and 15,000 for sport events, with maximum number of spectators being 22,000.[2]

The Arena boasts Poland's largest LED media façade, with a total surface of 5,200 m2 of LED strip lighting, wrapping around the stadium, and one of Europe's largest LED screens, measuring over 540 m2.[4]


Sports events


Concerts at Tauron Arena
Date Artist Tour Attendance
4 November 2014 Michael Bublé To Be Loved Tour N/A
5 November 2014 Elton John Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour N/A
20 November 2014 Slash World on Fire World Tour N/A
16 December 2014 Bryan Adams Reckless 30th Anniversary Tour N/A
14 February 2015 Ennio Morricone N/A
21 February 2015 Queen + Adam Lambert Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2014–2015 N/A
24 February 2015 Katy Perry The Prismatic World Tour 12 500
17 April 2015 Robbie Williams Let Me Entertain You Tour N/A
28 May 2015 André Rieu N/A
8 June 2015 Faith No More N/A
13 July 2015 Mark Knopfler Tracker Tour[5][6] N/A
29 September 2015 Eros Ramazzotti Eros World Tour 2015 N/A
9 November 2015 Foo Fighters Sonic Highways World Tour N/A
20 December 2015 José Carreras A Life in Music N/A
6 February 2016 Thomas Anders + Modern Talking N/A
4 March 2016 Scorpions Get Your Sting and Blackout World Tour N/A
11 April 2016 Mariah Carey Sweet Sweet Fantasy Tour N/A
3 May 2016 Hans Zimmer N/A
15 May 2016 Al Bano and Romina Power N/A
31 May 2016 Il Divo Amor & Pasión Tour 2016 N/A
1 June 2016 Maroon 5 Maroon V Tour N/A
4 June 2016 André Rieu N/A
15 June 2016 Zaz N/A
2 July 2016 Black Sabbath The End Tour N/A
8 September 2016 Kings of Leon N/A
11 November 2016 Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour N/A
27 November 2016 Martin Garrix N/A
16 December 2016 Enrique Iglesias Sex and Love Tour N/A
21 January 2017 Green Day Revolution Radio Tour N/A
6 February 2017 Ennio Morricone 60 Years of Music World Tour N/A
8 February 2017 Lara Fabian N/A
19 February 2017 Rod Stewart Hits N/A
24 February 2017 Lindsey Stirling Brave Enough Tour N/A
3 March 2017 Sabaton The Last Tour N/A
6 May 2017 Hardwell Go Hardwell or go home Tour N/A
27 May 2017 Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour 18,528
30 May 2017 Hans Zimmer Live on Tour N/A
2 June 2017 Aerosmith Aero-Vederci Baby! Tour N/A
15 June 2017 Linkin Park One More Light World Tour N/A
17 June 2017 System of a Down Impact Festival N/A
9 July 2017 Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica World Tour N/A
12 October 2017 Sting 57th & 9th Tour N/A
17 October 2017 Imany N/A
25 October 2017 David Garrett Explosive – Live N/A
11 November 2017 Andrea Bocelli N/A
11 November 2017 James Newton Howard N/A
27 January 2018 David Guetta N/A
7 February 2018 Depeche Mode Global Spirit Tour 15,390 / 15,390
8 April 2018 The Kelly Family We Got Love – Live 2018 N/A
28 April 2018 Metallica WorldWired Tour 19,751 / 19,751
8 June 2018 Lenny Kravitz Raise Your Vibration Tour N/A
1 July 2018 Deep Purple The Long Goodbye Tour N/A
3 July 2018 Pearl Jam Pearl Jam 2018 Tour N/A
27 July 2018 Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast World Tour 39,640
28 July 2018
3 December 2018 Paul McCartney Freshen Up Tour 2018 N/A
2 April 2019 Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes The Tour[7] TBA
4 May 2019 Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road TBA
7 May 2019 Enrique Iglesias All The Hits Live TBA
18 June 2019 KISS End of the Road World Tour TBA
21 June 2019 Rod Stewart Live in Concert TBA
22 June 2019 Muse Simulation Theory Tour 14,222/14,222
30 June 2020 System of a Down[8][9] N/A TBA
10 September 2020 Rage Against the Machine Public Service Announcement Tour TBA
25 February 2021 Harry Styles Love On Tour TBA
15 May 2021 Celine Dion Courage World Tour[10] TBA
Cancelled concerts
Date Artist Tour
9 September 2019 Ariana Grande Sweetener World Tour

See also


  1. ^ Kraków Arena zmienia nazwę. Znaleziono sponsora (in Polish)
  2. ^ a b c "About Us". TAURON Arena Kraków. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  3. ^ "Duże hale sportowo-widowiskowe w Polsce. Inwentaryzacja bazy sportowej". Ministerstwo Sportu i Turystyki Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  4. ^ "Kraków Arena | References". ColosseoEAS. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  5. ^ "New album and European tour dates". Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  6. ^ "Tour". Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  7. ^ Jones, Abby (May 8, 2018). "Shawn Mendes Announces Self-Titled International Arena Tour". Billboard. Retrieved June 12, 2018.
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External links

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