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Indoor Stadia

The 12 500-seat Hong Kong Coliseum and the 3 500-seat Queen Elizabeth Stadium are the territory's two premier multi-purpose indoor stadia. They offer great flexibility in staging and seating configurations to suit a variety of events, including major and international sports tournaments, concerts of pop and classical music, spectacular entertainment programmes, and major celebratory and ceremonial events.

Hong Kong Coliseum

During the year, an array of renowned pop singers performed at the coliseum, including local artists Eddie Ng, Andy Hui, Justin, Edmond Leung, Lui Fong, Kelly Chan, George Lam, Priscilla Chan, Maria Cordero and Sandy Lam; local ensembles Taichi, Twins and Wynners; joint concerts by William So and Steve Wong, Edmond Leung and Richie Jen, and Hacken Lee and Joey Yung; visiting artists Fish Leong, JJ, Jam Hsiao, Bibi Chou, Jolin Tsai, Amei and A Lin; and visiting ensemble Sodagreen. Other attractions included the Dr. Joseph Koo Glorious Concert, a concert of the lyric works of Poon Yuen Leung, Summer Pop Live in HK 2015, Gala Spectacular 2015, The Voice of China Live in HK 2015, classical concerts by the Asian Youth Orchestra and renowned pianist Lang Lang, a Variety Show and Youth Concert for Celebration of the 66th Anniversary of the Founding of the People's Republic of China, Celebration of the Lord Buddha's Birthday, and The Great Repentance Dharma Function and the Three Refuge Five Precepts Ceremony. Also held there during the year were the 5th Hong Kong Games Opening Ceremony, along with several international sports events including the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix – Hong Kong 2015, the Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2015 (part of the BWF World Superseries), and the World Hong Kong Luminous Dragon and Lion Dance Championship 2016.

During the year, the 41 events held at the coliseum attracted 1 172 800 spectators.

The event Asian Youth Orchestra - Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence was held in August 2015.
The FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix took place in Hong Kong in July 2015.

Queen Elizabeth Stadium

Major sporting events held at the stadium in the year included the Hong Kong Silver Shield Basketball Championship 2015, the 8th Hong Kong Dancesport Festival – WDSF Grandslam Hong Kong 2015, the ADSF Asian Single Dance Championships Hong Kong 2015, the Hong Kong Gymnastics For All Festival 2015, the 5th EAKF (East Asian Karatedo Federation) Senior Championships & the 4th EAKF Junior & Cadet Championships, the Hong Kong Basketball League 2015, the 2015 Hong Kong Bodybuilding Championships cum South China Bodybuilding Invitational Championships & HK-GZ Bodybuilding Championships, the Asian Powerlifting Championship 2015, the 2015 Hong Kong Annual Badminton Championships, the 2015 Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open – ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) Golden Series Junior Circuit, the Table Tennis Asian Cup 2015, the 52nd Schools Dance Festival – Dancesport, and the Hong Kong Rhythmic Gymnastics Festival for the Elderly 2016.

An action moment during the Hong Kong Basketball League 2015, held in June and July.

Cultural events held at the stadium included the 2015 Hong Kong Youth Music Interflows - Symphonic Band Contest, the Hong Kong Marching Band Contest 2015, the 2015 Hong Kong Marching Band Festival, 2015 Summer Fun Party, Circus in Town: Bianco by NoFit State Circus (UK), the 2016 Hong Kong International a cappella Festival - International a cappella Extravaganza, and the Beach Boys with the HK Phil.

Contestants at the 2016 HKFYG Jockey Club, Hong Kong International a cappella Festival - International a cappella Extravaganza in March 2016.

Pop concerts and entertainment shows included Rosanne Lui's Concert, Albert Au & Friends In Concert 2015, HOCC 2015 Reimagine HK, C AllLive 2015, Classic Hong Kong, Duet in Concert 2015, Palwerful Concert 2016, TV Most 1st Guy Ten Big Ging Cook Gum Cook Awards Distribution, and stand-up comedy shows by Vincci Cheuk, Bob Lam, and Cheung Tat Ming with FAMA.

During the year, the stadium hosted 115 events, which attracted a total of 329 600 spectators.