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Cobo Hall Arena (P57653)


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Detroit Pistons (NBA) (1961–1978) Detroit Loves (WTT) (1974) Michigan Stags (WHA) (1974–1975) Detroit Titans (NCAA) (1989–1994; 1997–1999) Detroit Ambassadors (OHL) (1990–1992) Detroit Rockers (NPSL) (1990–2001) Motor City Mustangs (RHI) (1995) Detroit Dogs (ABA) (2000–2001)

Cobo Arena is a 12,191-seat indoor arena adjacent to Cobo Center. It was the home of the Detroit Pistons (1961-1978), the Michigan Stags of the WHA (1974-1975), the Detroit Ambassadors of the Ontario Hockey League (1990-1992), the Detroit Dogs of the American Basketball Association (2000-2001), the Detroit Rockers of the National Professional Soccer League (along with Joe Louis Arena) from 1990-2001, and the University of Detroit Mercy men's basketball team (along with Calihan Hall). The facility also hosted the 1990-1992 Mid-American Conference men's basketball tournaments.

Cobo Arena has consistently served as a concert venue for acts of all genres. Concert albums of Madonna The Virgin Tour, KISS (Alive! - Including the iconic arena photo on the album's back cover), Bob Seger (Live Bullet), Kid Rock (Live Trucker) The Tragically Hip (Live Between Us), Journey (Captured) and Yes (Yesshows) were all recorded, in whole or in part, in the arena. On September 25 and 26, 2009, Kiss performed at the Cobo Arena wanting to play there one last time before it gets torn down to expand Cobo Center.

Unused 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" standard size chrome

Dist. by Hiawatha

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