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The Coca-Cola Arena is Dubai's answer to the Colosseum in Rome. The building, from outside, looks very similar in construction, though it's an indoor venue hosting a variety of events from sports to live shows and workshops. It's located next to City Walk and is...More
I have to say that event was mismanaged by Najahi to begin with and it was chaos with timing announcements and tickets and ticket exchange, but also coca cola arena staff didn't make it any better. I am curious if this event even did make...More
The Arena itself is big, nice from the exterior and interior and the accessibility in and out is good. However, the access to food was terrible and the lines were ridiculously long which made us miss parts of the event. After a long wait everything...More
I was at the Tony Robbins "Achieve the Unimaginable" event this week and I wish Tony had given the organizers some tips on how to run an event as the organization left a lot to be desired!
To lead with the positives, the venue is...More
We went there for Westlife concert. Firstly, coca cola arena has many parking areas but they asked us to pay 100 AED!!! We are already pay for the concert tickets, the parking should be free, you money slaves!!
Secondly, they took backbags of all standing...More
The Coca-Cola Arena is just what Dubai needed - a large, world class, multi purpose, indoor arena.
The arena is situated by City Walk, not far from the Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall metro station for those who fancy a walk.
The roads around City Walk can...More
Here for the Tony Robbins event, 10 hour event. No access to food, line ridiculously long. After waiting 2 hours we finally go to place an order but everything is out of stock except for chicken burgers and no vegetarian options.
Manager tells us to...More
I attended the Tony Robbins event at this venue and it was the most disorganized event in the history of events! The venue has two kiosks serving food. That’s two kiosks to feed thousands of people!! Can you imagine how ridiculous that is? People were...More