This state-of-the-art 16,000-capacity sports palace was inaugurated in early 2005 and occupies the site where its predecessor stood until it was destroyed by fire four years previously. It is a multi-purpose venue which can host a wide range of indoor sports thanks to a modern system of retractable stands. As well as sports, you can catch spectacles such as Disney on Ice or any number of rock concerts: Springsteen, Depeche Mode and Coldplay have all performed here.
|Venue name:||WiZink Center (Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid)|
Av. Felipe II, s/n
|Transport:||Goya (M: L2, L4)|
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After taking a break to spend time caring for his son, Michael Bublé returned in 2018 with his tenth studio album, 'Love'. The Canadian artist, whose style reminds so many of Frank Sinatra, is back in Spain to present tracks off the new effort and of...Saturday September 28 2019