Echo Arena Liverpool

Echo Arena Liverpool

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Echo Arena Liverpool

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Echo Arena Liverpool is the arena half of ACC (Arena and Convention Centre) Liverpool located on the former King's Dock in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom. The BT Convention Centre forms the other half of the complex. Although Echo Arena itself opened in January 2008, ACC Liverpool as a whole was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during their visit to Liverpool on 22 May 2008. The complex's naming rights belong to the Liverpool Echo and the BT Group.

The full ACC Liverpool building, designed by Wilkinson Eyre and Buro Happold, consists of two main elements either side of a central galleria: an arena and a convention centre. The arena has 7,513 permanent seats around three sides of a central floor suitable for indoor sports events. The capacity for end-stage or in-the-round concerts is 10,600 including floor seating. With floor standing, the capacity is increased to 11,000. BT Convention Centre has a 3,725 square metre multipurpose hall on the ground floor, with a 1,350 capacity auditorium and eighteen break out rooms above. It can be possible to use the exhibition hall in conjunction with the arena, giving a total exhibition space of over 7,000 square metres. This unique design being the only one of its kind in Europe.

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In terms of capacity, Echo Arena Liverpool is the eleventh largest arena in the United Kingdom. ACC Liverpool as a whole was...
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