Citibank Hall RJ Citibank Hall Sp Citibank Hall
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|Location||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Owner||Time for Fun|
|Former name(s)||Metropolitan (1994-2000)
ATL Hall (2000-2003)
Claro Hall (2003-2007)
|Capacity||8,450 (Config 1)
6,300 (Config 2)
3,350 (Config 3)
3,100 (Config 4)
Citibank Hall (previously Metropolitan) is a music venue group, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, capital of the same state and in Sao Paulo, in Brazil. The venue has a capacity of 8450, but for specific events, can have four different configurations.
It was opened in September 1994, with the name of Metropolitan. In late 2000, after a naming rights agreement, it was renamed ATL Hall, Claro Hall after the consolidation of the América Móvil-owned networks in Brazil, and since March 2007, when the Claro agreement expired, it is called Citibank Hall.
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