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The new Coca-Cola Arena, (formerly known as the Dubai Arena) located at City Walk, the design-inspired open-air lifestyle neighbourhood by Meraas.
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Brand new indoor entertainment venue in Dubai.
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The main floor of the Coca-Cola Arena has 3,870 sqm of floor space, that can be possibly configured in a huge variety of stage configurations thanks to the multipurpose drape reduction system that can scale the arena to 3000 and 5000 seater audience capacity as required.
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Coca-Cola has signed a ten-year naming rights deal with Dubai Arena.
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The multipurpose arena is packed with sophisticated technology such as LED screens, high tech scoreboard, fully retractable seating, VVIP boxes and lounges.
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Coca-Cola Arena is set to open its doors to the public with a live show by comedian Russell Peters on June 6th followed by US superstars, Maroon 5 on June 14th.
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The huge arena complex can hold up to 17,000 people and a stage set-up that can be configured rapidly to different capacities meet the demands of various entertainment, events, corporate and sports events.
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Coca-Cola Arena is the perfect home for events taking place during the hotter months of the year when staging events outside is not an option.
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First fully-enclosed and climate-controlled arena of its size in the region
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VVIP boxes and lounges.
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The specially designed roof can hold a weight load of 190 metric tonnes.
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The day-to-day operations of Coca-Cola Arena are being handled by international venue management company AEG Ogden, part of the Anschutz Entertainment Group. Its portfolio also includes The O2 in London, Staples Centre in Los Angeles, the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai and Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.