|Full name||CotaiArena at The Venetian Macao|
|Former names||Venetian Arena (2007-2010)|
|Location||Cotai, das Ilhas, Macau, China|
|Owner||Las Vegas Sands|
|Operator||Las Vegas Sands|
|Broke ground||26 May 2005|
|Opened||8 April 2007|
The Cotai Arena is an indoor arena, located on the premises of The Venetian Macao, on the Cotai Strip, in Macau, China. It opened in 2007 with a seating capacity of 15,000. The arena was known as Venetian Arena from 2007 to 2010, when it was renamed as CotaiArena. It hosts sporting events such as basketball, tennis and boxing, as well as concerts and international televised awards shows.
- Annually: Miss Macau Beauty Pagent
- United States Basketball International Challenge: United States, Lithuania, Turkey
- The Amazing Race Australia - third leg
- 2007 Asian Indoor Games - closing ceremonies
- 20 October 2007: Cleveland Cavaliers vs Orlando Magic - NBA exhibition match
- November 3, 2007: The Beyoncé Experience by Beyoncé
- 26 January 2008: Ray Mercer vs Derric Rossy - heavyweight title flight
- 15 March 2008: Celine Dion brought her Taking Chances Tour to the arena
- November 2008 The Venetian Macao Tennis Showdown
- 15 August 2009: Lady Gaga brought The Fame Ball Tour to the arena
- 25 October 2009: Andre Agassi vs Pete Sampras - exhibition tennis match
- 2009: IIFA Awards
- 2010 Mnet Asian Music Awards - South Korean music awards show organised by Mnet Media
- 2011: STAR Parivaar Awards
- 29 Dec 2011 to 1 Jan 2012: Cantopop Legend, 'God of Songs' Jacky Cheung held his 'Jacky Cheung 1/2 Century World Tour'.
- 2012: Zee Cine Awards
- 9 and 10 March 2012: Super Show 4 World Tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior. They also became the first Korean singers to hold two consecutive shows in Macau, with a sold-out crowd of 26,756 people.
- 31 March 2012: Jam Hsiao World Tour 2012 by Taiwanese Mandopop singer Jam Hsiao
- 10 November 2012: UFC on Fuel TV: Franklin vs. Le
- 2013: IIFA Awards
- 13 and 14 September 2013: Diamonds World Tour by Barbadian pop singer Rihanna
- 12 October 2013: Believe Tour by Justin Bieber
- 23 November 2013: Welterweight Boxing bout between Manny Pacquiao and Brandon Ríos
- 30 November 2013: Super Show 5 World Tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior with a sold-out crowd of 14,183 people.
- 15 February 2014: Girls' Generation World Tour Girls & Peace by South Korean girl band Girls' Generation with a sold-out crowd of 10,914 people.
- 9 March 2014 : 50 & Counting Tour Asia Tour by The Rolling Stones
- 23 April 2014: 18th China Music Awards (CMA) by Star China Media Ltd
- 1, 2 and 3 May 2014: X.X.X. Live Tour concert by Hong Kong singer-songwriter G.E.M.
- 23 August 2014: UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Le
- 17 October 2014: All or Nothing World Tour by South Korean girl group 2NE1
- 22 November 2014: Welterweight Boxing bout between Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri
- 1 March 2015: Super Show 6 World Tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior, With a sold-out crowd of 14,750 fans, It is the second biggest audience at the Cotai Arena in a single concert after Super Show 7 World Tour in 2018.
- 1 and 2 May 2015: The Prismatic World Tour by American singer and songwriter Katy Perry.
- 23, 24 and 25 October 2015: sold out concerts for Made World Tour by BIGBANG
- 21 November 2015: EXO PLANET #2 - The EXO’luXion by South Korean boy band EXO with a sold-out crowd of 13,108 people.
- 18 February 2017: Race Start! Season 4 - Running Man Fan Meeting 2017 by the members of Running Man, as the second Running Man fan-meeting of 2017.
- 25 March 2017: Asia Tour "The Rebirth Of J" in Macau by South Korean singer Kim Jaejoong
- 17 and 18 June 2017: two sold out shows for Act III: M.O.T.T.E World Tour by G-Dragon
- 4 November 2017: 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour by BTS (band)
- 17 November 2017: Live performance by YouTube star performers V Minor.
- 12 May 2018: Super Show 7 World Tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior, it is the biggest audience at the venue in a single concert and the number one with the highest-grossing in Cotai Arena history
- 24 February 2018: Queen of Hearts World Tour concert by Hong Kong singer-songwriter G.E.M. 
- 29 and 30 June 2018: Celine Dion Live 2018 by Celine Dion
- 10 and 11 August 2018: Exo Planet 4 - The EℓyXiOn by South Korean boy band EXO
- 30 September 2018: Joker Xue Skyscraper World Tour by Chinese singer-songwriter Joker Xue
- 20 October 2018: The Number 1's Tour by Mariah Carey
- 8 June 2019: Blackpink World Tour (In Your Area) by South Korean girl group BLACKPINK
- 26 and 27 July 2019: The Twenty Tour by Westlife, first date announced as sold out in just a few seconds after its ticket sales opening.
- 13 October 2019: Shawn Mendes: The Tour by Shawn Mendes
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