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Arena Market: Bolivia

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Bolivia is the poorest country in South America, so it might not be a surprise that it lacks an indoor arena, modern or otherwise.

When the big guns roll into town – in this case usually meaning either the administrative capital of La Paz or the largest city, Santa Cruz – it’s usually to adapted football stadiums: the 41,143-cap Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz or the 38,000-cap Estadio Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera or 25,000-cap Estadio Juan Carlos Durán in Santa Cruz.

In Santa Cruz, a key venue is the Sonilum Arena, an outdoor site on the north-eastern edge of the city with capacity for 6,000 people.

That said, there are other options. In Santa Cruz, a key venue is the Sonilum Arena, an outdoor site on the north-eastern edge of the city with capacity for 6,000 people.

Its newly revived schedule includes Colombian-American heartthrob Sebastián Yatra in August, Plácido Domingo in October, and Luis Fonsi in November. Ventura Arena, in the north-west of the city, is another outdoor site that comes to life for visiting festivals, most recently the pre-Covid 2019 edition of ULTRA Worldwide’s house and techno brand Resistance.

In La Paz, the 8,000- to 10,000-capacity Teatro al Aire Libre Jaime Laredo is the sole outdoor amphitheatre. Colombian Christian singer Alex Campos, South Korean boy-band graduate Kim Hyun-Joong, and Chilean-Mexican singer Mon Laferte are among the last through, but Yatra was due in August.

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