Saku Suurhall Arena

The Saku Suurhall ( estn Suurhall = Great Hall ) is a multi-purpose hall in the Estonian capital Tallinn. It is the largest multi-purpose hall of Estonia.

The Saku Suurhall was inaugurated in November 2001. It is named after its main sponsor, the Estonian beer Saku brand, named. Since 2002, Saku Suurhall member of the European Arenas Association ( EAA).

Overall, 13,220 m² of space spread over four floors. Every year in the hall instead of about 300 events, of which about 70 major events. In her find 10,000 concertgoers space, of which 7,200 seats.

The Saku Suurhall is a regular venue for basketball and ice hockey games. In addition, it is the most modern concert and the musical hall of Estonia. In the Saku Suurhall the Euro Vision Song Contest was held in 2002. In it included performances by Bryan Adams, Ray Charles, David Copperfield, Deep Purple, Depeche Mode, Judas Priest, Lordi, Marilyn Manson, Mark Knopfler, Phil Collins, Rammstein, Chris Rea, REM, Roxette Ruslana Lyschytschko, Sarah Brightman, Simple Minds, Simply Red, Sting, Suzi Quatro, Vanessa - Mae, Vanilla Ninja and Vaya Con Dios on.

Owner of Saku Suurhall is the joint-stock company AS Rocca al Mare Suurhall. It belongs to 67 % of the company ÖÜ Pivotal to 24.3% of the Estonian state and 8.6% of the city of Tallinn. 0.1 % of the shares are in the hands of small investors. The multi-purpose hall is operated under the auspices of the City of Tallinn.