Sportpaleis - Lotto Arena

All major artists that visit Antwerp stop in the Sportpaleis (sports palace) or its smaller variant, the Lotto Arena.<br />

Artists who have sung their lungs out here include Madonna, U2 and Beyoncé and there is also the annual recurring Night of the Proms – a modern ode to classical music.

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Schijnpoortweg 119
Merksem (Antwerpen)

http://www.sportpaleis.be/
info@sportpaleisgroep.be

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