Radisson Blu Hotel, Gdansk

Ergo Arena


The Ergo Arena Gdańsk is a modern facility designed to serve all of northern Poland’s exciting sporting and cultural events. When visitors are seated, the arena can hold crowds of up 11,000, but this number swells up to 15,000 with standing places. From basketball to windsurfing, the arena plays host to a staggering range of sports competitions, and the state-of-the-art acoustics and high-tech PA system also make it a world-class venue for music, theatre, and business events. Opened in 2010, this new arena benefits from the latest technology and lighting equipment for concerts and conferences alike. The first major event was a performance from Lady Gaga on her Monster Ball Tour in 2010, with a crowd of over 12,000. Since then, a vast number of famous international acts have passed through the doors.
 

Gain VIP access


Located between Gdańsk and Sopot, the Ergo Arena benefits from a prime location, which allows it to organize events for a broad range of visitors. In fact, the boundary between these two cities runs right through the exhibition hall. Explore the arena with a tour, held on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Local guides will fill you in on the details of the effort required to manage a major entertainment facility like this. You’ll get a VIP view of the backstage areas, including player changing rooms, the celebrity dressing room, and the VIP boxes where the movers and shakers get premium views of the events. The tour takes approximately 40-50 minutes.
 

Concerts, sports, and more


Visit the venue’s website to see what’s coming up during your stay, with tickets available online or at the onsite ticket office located just outside of the A-1 main entrance. The box office is open between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday, and you’ll also be able to purchase tickets on show days. The Ergo Arena is easily accessible from Gdańsk and Sopot via Zeilona Droga, only a 20-minute drive from our Radisson Blu Hotel, Gdańsk. Private parking is also available for all events, and is free for handicapped visitors.