After an 18-month, $180 million refurbishment, the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum reopened on April 5, 2017 with a Billy Joel concert. The Coliseum has 14,500 seats for basketball, MMA, and boxing, 13,900 for hockey, up to 16,000 for concerts, and 4,500 seats for theater. The Nassau Coliseum is home to the Long Island Nets and the New York Riptide. On February 11, 1972, the Coliseum opened its doors to the public with an ABA game between the New York Nets and the Pittsburgh Condors. The arena, which had a capacity of 15,000 at the time, took up 63 acres of Mitchel Field, a former Army/Air Force post, and cost $32 million to build.
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