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Going off the website it looks like a private promoter holding the event at a privately owned venue.

 

Nobody stopping a private promoter hiring the Arena in Sheffield and doing the same.

 

Why do you think they dont bother?

 

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4 hours ago, bassett one said:

the arena is that big enough ,because of the seating to hold a full sized funfair ,plus climbing walls ect,its full of seats is it not,i mean a huge indoor area that a huge company can hire without seats or can the arena move them out?

It's managed to put a successful indoor motocross event to name but one. 

https://images.app.goo.gl/AJxvpin2cVjAYGBH9

 

Sheffield's Arena only has about 400 - 500 fewer seats, (Sheffield's capacity is around 13,600 with all the seats in down the sides & across the floor) than the Glasgow Hydro when it has all its seats laid out. 

 

The Hydro is basically the primary event arena for Scotland.  The problem with Sheffield its compleating for events with the similarly sized Leeds Arena & the much larger Manchester Arena, whose capacity is around 21,000.

 

If you were a promoter where would you take your indoor event?  The one which would give you the biggest profit of course. 

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30 minutes ago, Baron99 said:

It's managed to put a successful indoor motocross event to name but one. 

https://images.app.goo.gl/AJxvpin2cVjAYGBH9

 

Sheffield's Arena only has about 400 - 500 fewer seats, (Sheffield's capacity is around 13,600 with all the seats in down the sides & across the floor) than the Glasgow Hydro when it has all its seats laid out. 

 

The Hydro is basically the primary event arena for Scotland.  The problem with Sheffield its compleating for events with the similarly sized Leeds Arena & the much larger Manchester Arena, whose capacity is around 21,000.

 

If you were a promoter where would you take your indoor event?  The one which would give you the biggest profit of course. 

its not the seating area,this event they are holding is a huge funfair with big rides , plus c/walls ect,would sheffield area be able to hold that ? these events look great ,they also have at various citys indoor christmas events ect,we need to be able to compete with other citys ,but would the promoters come to sheffield?

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On 12/01/2023 at 21:33, Baron99 said:

It's managed to put a successful indoor motocross event to name but one. 

https://images.app.goo.gl/AJxvpin2cVjAYGBH9

 

Sheffield's Arena only has about 400 - 500 fewer seats, (Sheffield's capacity is around 13,600 with all the seats in down the sides & across the floor) than the Glasgow Hydro when it has all its seats laid out. 

 

The Hydro is basically the primary event arena for Scotland.  The problem with Sheffield its compleating for events with the similarly sized Leeds Arena & the much larger Manchester Arena, whose capacity is around 21,000.

 

If you were a promoter where would you take your indoor event?  The one which would give you the biggest profit of course. 

Sheffield arena to be honest is great for events speaking to companies I think it has issues though the load in is by far the best in the uk four lorries on dock doors and another 5 on side doors compared to Manchester 2 etc .

 

I agree I worked the motor cross was got to say the best event I have seen in ages 

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