Cardiff International Arena


Cardiff International Arena

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name=Cardiff International Arena
nickname="The CIA"


location=Mary Ann Street
Cardiff, CF10 2EQ
broke_ground=
opened=October 14, 1993
owner=Live Nation UK Holdings Ltd
operator=Live Nation UK Holdings Ltd
construction_cost=
architect=
tenants=
Live Nation and the

World Trade Centers Association [ [http://world.wtca.org/portal/site/wtcaonline/template.MAXIMIZE/menuitem.6c36ecab295c3945cb8d9d6331208a0c/?javax.portlet.tpst=75e21e367a327dd212f5fd1021208a0c_ws_MX&javax.portlet.prp_75e21e367a327dd212f5fd1021208a0c_viewID=proxy_view_secondary&javax.portlet.prp_75e21e367a327dd212f5fd1021208a0c_wcproxyurl=http%253A%252F%252Fagi.wtca.org%252Ffindatradecenter%252Fapplication%252Fview_tradecenter_details.php%253Fwtcid%253DCardiff&beanID=1443277283&viewID=proxy_view_secondary&javax.portlet.begCacheTok=token&javax.portlet.endCacheTok=token World Trade Centers Association] ]
seating_capacity=
7,500 cite web
url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/4665427.stm
title = BBC NEWS | Wales | REM bring curtain up on new arena
publisher = BBC News
accessdate = 2007-10-13
]

:"See also Cardiff Arena for the temporary ice hockey arena in Cardiff Bay, home to the Cardiff Devils."

The Cardiff International Arena (CIA) is an exhibition and events facility located in the centre of Cardiff, Wales, in the United Kingdom. The arena contains a number of function areas; the largest being the Main Arena.

Areas

The Main Arena at the CIA offers 4,500 square metres of exhibition spaceFact|date=July 2008.

There are over thirty additional areas including a conference suite (groups of up to 460) and executive boardroom designed for four peopleFact|date=July 2008.

Uses

The arena is a music venue for performers from the UK and around the worldFact|date=July 2008.

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) use the venue for hosting their UK sports-entertainment showsFact|date=July 2008.

References

External links

* [http://music.livenation.co.uk/cia/ Official site of the Cardiff International Arena]
* [http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/cardiffinternationalarena/ Cardiff International Arena Photos]
* [http://www.iheartcdf.co.uk/events/venues/cia-2/cardiff-arena-seating-plan/ Cardiff International Arena Seating Plan]


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