The Principality Stadium (formerly Millennium Stadium) is in the heart of Cardiff City Centre and is an iconic sports venue, hosts high profile concerts, exhibitions and conferences in Cardiff.
It is home to the Wales national rugby union team (WRU) and has also staged games for the Wales national football team. It was initially built in 1999 to host the Rugby World Cup. It has gone on to host other large-scale events such as the Tsunami Relief concert, Super Special Stage, Wales Rally Great Britain and the Speedway Grand Prix.
It is also a popular concert venue with megastars Madonna, Ed Sheeran, Beyonce, The Rolling Stone, Sir Paul McCartney, Rihanna and Coldplay to name a few performing there. In 2019 other superstars hitting the stage will be the long-awaited Spice Girls reunion tour, Pink and Take That.
Stadium tours offer the opportunity to explore one of the most iconic stadiums in the world. Experience the build-up before the match in the Dragon's Lair, Wales' team dressing room or imagine the roar of 74,500 fans as you take a stroll down the players' tunnel towards the hallowed turf. Learn about the semi-artificial Desso pitch system and fully retractable roof, which allows the entire playing surface to be covered to create one of the world's largest indoor arenas. Drink in the view of the pitch from a VIP hospitality suite, and finally hold the trophy skywards like a sporting superstar in the President's Box, an area usually reserved for royalty.
The Principality Stadium is a short taxi journey from Future Inn Cardiff hotel or a 30-minute walk, making it an ideal place to stay when visiting the city to cheer on your favourite sports team or watch your favourite artist.
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