Credicard Hall (São Paulo)

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Coordinates: 23°38′51″S 46°43′26″W / 23.64750°S 46.72389°W / -23.64750; -46.72389

UnimedHall
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Venue seen with former signage
Former namesCredicard Hall (2000–13)
Citibank Hall (2013-2018)
AddressAv. das Nações Unidas 17955
São PauloSP
04795-100 Brazil
LocationSanto Amaro
OperatorTime for Fun
Capacity7,000
OpenedJanuary 2000 (2000-01)

UnimedHall is a music theatre in the Santo Amaro neighbourhood, city of São Paulo, Brazil. It opened in January 2000, with capacity for 7,000 people. Considered to be one of the largest indoor entertainment venues in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America.[1] The 60th anniversary Miss Universe 2011 pageant was held on September 12 that year at the hall. It used to be called Credicard Hall in most of its history, but its name changed in October 2019 due to a naming rights partner.[2]

Naming historyEdit

  • Credicard Hall (January 2000-20 November 2013)
  • Citibank Hall (21 November 2013-April 2018)[3]
  • Credicard Hall (April 2018-October 2019)
  • UnimedHall (October 2019-present)

PerformersEdit

International artists who have passed the stage at the Citibank Hall include:

Band/artist Tour Year Date Attendance Revenue
Luis Miguel Amarte Es Un Placer Tour 1999 October 28, 29 and 30 N/A N/A
Laura Pausini The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te Tour 2001 October 25, 26 and 27 N/A N/A
Laura Pausini Resta in Ascolto Tour 2005 April 28 and 29 N/A N/A
Oasis Don't Believe the Truth Tour 2006 March 15 N/A N/A
Kylie Minogue KylieX2008 2008 November 8 5,082 / 6,938 $258,062
Laura Pausini Primavera in Anticipo Tour 2009 October 6 and 7 7,512 / 8,096 $808,085
Sarah Brightman Sarah Brightman in Concert October 20 and 21 7,184 / 8,212 $1,063,193[4]
Scorpions Get Your Sting and Blackout World Tour 2010 September 18 and 19 N/A N/A
Roxette The Neverending World Tour 2011 April 14, 19 13,351 / 14,126 $1,134,020[5]
Avril Lavigne Black Star Tour July 27, 28 13,347 /14,108 $980,009[6]
Laura Pausini Inedito World Tour 2012 January 21, 22 and 23 11,475 / 11,736 $1,317,550
Luis Miguel Luis Miguel Tour March 8 and 9 7,624 / 7,748 $1,625,950
Demi Lovato A Special Night with Demi Lovato April 20 and 30 12,916 / 13,224 $916,672
Scorpions Get Your Sting and Blackout World Tour September 20 and 21 N/A N/A
Super Junior Super Show 5 Tour 2013 April 21 8.093 / 8.093 $1,003,470
Sarah Brightman Dreamchaser World Tour November 28 and 29 N/A N/A
Laura Pausini The Greatest Hits World Tour 2014 19–20 February 7,864 / 7,864 $706,290
Demi Lovato The Neon Lights Tour April 22, 24, 25 20,125 / 20,125 $1,472,530[7]
Avril Lavigne The Avril Lavigne Tour April 29, 30 10,111 /13,152 $$739,322[8]
Jason Derulo Talk Dirty Tour November, 13 N/A N/A
BTS 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour 2017 March 19 and 20 15,327 / 15,327 $1,207,360[9]
Bryan Adams Get Up Tour April 28, 29 and 30 N/A N/A
Jamiroquai Automaton Tour December 18
Europe War of Kings World Tour May 28

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ References from Media.corporate-ir.net
  2. ^ "Fernando Alterio reinventa maior casa de shows e anuncia o UnimedHall". VEJA SÃO PAULO (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-10-18.
  3. ^ "Citibank Hall Will Be the New Name of Credicard Hall, Brazil's Premier Performance Venue" (Press release). Citigroup. 6 November 2013. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 11/21/2009". 19 November 2012.
  5. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 05/19/2011". 19 May 2011.
  6. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 08/25/2011". 25 August 2011.
  7. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 05/09/2014". 9 May 2014.
  8. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 05/09/2014". 9 May 2014.
  9. ^ "Billboard Boxscore 04/19/2017". 19 April 2017.