PNE Agrodome is a sports arena located in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was built in 1963 and holds 5,000 people or 3,260 when configured to use the hockey or lacrosse surface. It annually hosts the provincial high school boys' 'AAA' basketball championships. It was host to the Vancouver Voodoo roller hockey franchise from 1993 to 1994.
The venue played the role of the Soviet arena in the climactic fight between Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago in the movie Rocky IV. It also portrayed Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York for the film Miracle. It has also appeared in films such as Slap Shot 2 and in episodes of McGyver and Booker.
The Arena hosted concerts by some of the worlds biggest rock acts on their early tours. Some of these acts include The Rolling Stones (1965), The Who (1967), Led Zeppelin (twice in 1969), Vanilla Fudge (1969), and Pink Floyd (1970).