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Gatorade Center, Turku

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Gatorade Center (formerly HK Areena, Elysée Arena, Typhoon, Turkuhalli and Åbohallen) is an arena in Turku, Finland. It is primarily used for ice hockey, and is the home arena of TPS, but it is also frequently used to host concerts and other events. Gatorade Center was the main venue for the 1991 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships and one of the venues in 1997 and 2003.

Gatorade Center opened in 1990 and holds 11,820 people. A record 12,041 attendance has been registered in 1991.

Janet Jackson performed there on 13 May 1998 as part of her The Velvet Rope Tour.

Bon Jovi started their European leg of the Crush Tour at the arena on 5 August 2000.

Bruce Springsteen had two shows at the arena during his Wrecking Ball World Tour: 7 and 8 May 2013.

Enrique Iglesias performed at the arena during his Euphoria Tour on 6 April 2011.

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  • Only been to see TPS in the hockey here. Not in the same opulent style as the US cathedrals of the sport, but very nice. Also has a great kids area that is free, and you can leave the child or children there for the first two periods, so that is a win!
  • Great building, lots of services. Great views of the ice surface.

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