The Tivoli Sports Hall, also known as a venue for concerts and other events, consists of two middle-sized sports halls. The bigger of the two, intended mainly for hockey events, can hold around 6,000 spectators, and the smaller around 4,000.
The first artist to give a concert at the Tivoli Sports Hall was the famous American jazz musician Louis Armstrong in 1965. Since then, the hall has hosted concerts by numerous international stars including, among others, B.B. King, Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Eros Ramazzotti, David Bowie, Anastacia, Bryan Adams, Sting, Queen, Spandau Ballet, The Dubliners, Rammstein, Deep Purple, Nirvana, Jean Michel Jarre, Il Divo, Pink, 50 Cent, and Billy Idol, as well as several performances of the famous dance shows Magic of the Dance and Lord of the Dance.