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Kaunas Zalgiris Arena - construction
Lithuania

Kaunas Žalgiris Arena is one of the largest arenas and entertainment venues in the Baltic states, located in Kaunas, the second biggest city in Lithuania. A breathtaking opening of arena took place on 2011 18th of August. The arena is new, modern and innovative – definitely a worthy tourist attraction. World famous artists and bands have already chosen to hold their performances at Žalgiris Arena: James Blunt, Lenny Kravitz, Rammstein, the Hurts, Jean Michel Jarre, Mireille Mathieu among others. By far the most expected event to be held at the arena is the EuroBasket 2011championship.

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Updated: 29/03/2015
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