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Singapore Indoor Stadium

Singapore Indoor Stadium

Stadium Tertutup Singapura
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Singapore Indoor Stadium.jpg
LocationKallang, Singapore
Coordinates1°18?2.5?N 103°52?27.2?E / 1.300694°N 103.874222°E / 1.300694; 103.874222Coordinates: 1°18?2.5?N 103°52?27.2?E / 1.300694°N 103.874222°E / 1.300694; 103.874222
Public transitStadium
Kallang
Tanjong Rhu (from 2023)
OwnerGovernment of Singapore
OperatorSport Singapore
Capacity12,000
Construction
Broke ground1 January 1985
Built1 March 1987
Opened31 December 1989
Renovated1 July 1988
Expanded1 February 1988
Construction costS$90 million
ArchitectKenzo Tange
Tenants
Sport Singapore
Singapore Slingers
Singapore Slammers (IPTL, 2014-present)
Singapore Open

The Singapore Indoor Stadium (Chinese?; Malay: Stadium Tertutup Singapura; Tamil? ?) is an indoor sports arena, located in Kallang, Singapore.

The stadium is within walking distance of the Singapore National Stadium, and collectively they are part of the Singapore Sports Hub. Both the Stadium MRT station on the Circle Line and the Tanjung Rhu MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line (Opening in 2023) enables visitors to commute to the stadium via train service.

Singapore Indoor Stadium has been ranked as the 150th busiest arena venue in the world for 2015, with 72,342 tickets being sold for the entire year.[1]

History

Construction began on 1 January 1985, and it was built at a cost of S$ 90 million. The arena was designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, and it has a cone shaped roof and a pillarless arena. It was completed on 1 March 1987 and officially opened to public on 1 July 1988.[2]

On 31 December 1989, Singapore Indoor Stadium was officially opened in an inaugural ceremony by the Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew.[2]

Capacity

Due to its flexible stage configuration, the capacity of the stadium varies from 7,306-7,968 during concerts to 8,126-10,786 during sporting events. Its full capacity is around 12,000.[2]

Sporting events

Entertainment events

The stadium has hosted major concerts and shows by many famous artists and bands, spanning many different genres.[14]

  Events from local artists
  Events from Asian and regional artists
  Events from international artists

1990-2010

2011-present

Other Events

Alpha Conference organised by the Hope Church Singapore was held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 28-29 May 2016.[196]

See also

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