Crocus City Hall

Moscow, Russia

Crocus City Hall

The Crocus City Hall (Russian: Крокус-Сити-холл) is a music venue administratively located in Krasnogorsk Urban Settlement (near the city of Krasnogorsk) in the Krasnogorsky District (north-west to Moscow Ring Road). The venue was opened by the businessman Aras Agalarov on 25 October 2009 and named after the singer Muslim Magomayev.

The concert hall is a part of Crocus City, comprising the Crocus City Mall, Crocus Expo, Vegas City Hall along with various hotels and restaurants. The closest metro station is Myakinino, the first privately funded station and the first metro station in Moscow Oblast. The building is constructed in memory of Russian-Azerbaijani singer Muslim Magomaev and owned by Aras Agalarov's company Crocus International and Crocus Group.

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