The SSE Hydro
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Hosting some famous acts in the music world this year, tickets are readily available on-line.
The SSE Hydro is a multi-purpose indoor arena. In 2016 the arena handled 751,487 ticket sales; making it the eighth-busiest music arena in the world in terms of ticket sales. It also hosted the UFC's first event in Scotland – an event which was impossible to hold in any other arena in the country.
The SSE Hydro is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow.
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