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Europe’s largest indoor performance halls

While tabulating the data listed below, I was quite surprised at the famous cities and venues that are not included in the list. This may be partially due to the minimum 2,000 seat size chosen, but may also have to … Continue reading

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America’s largest indoor performance halls – UPDATE #6

The following list shows the the largest indoor performance halls in the United States (minimum 2,000 seats and collegiate in italics). It does not include other venues like outdoor amphitheaters, or sports facilities like arenas and stadiums. LDS Conference Center … Continue reading

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Canada’s largest indoor concert halls

Below is a list the largest indoor concert halls in Canada based on maximum seating, with a 1,500 seat minimum. They do not include outdoor amphitheatres or other venues used for concerts like stadiums and arenas. In parenthesis next to … Continue reading

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