Time Out says
If you grew up in Mexico City, surely you have more than one fond memory associated with this place: a concert that blew your mind, a magic show that left you spinning, a televised opera that made you feel cultured ...
This spectacle host has seen acts of all kinds from politics, music, theater, dance, writers, poets, dozens of traveling merchants and endless rows of fans. Not only are events in its impressive capacity, they also host them on the outdoor mezzanine, where you can find anything from photography exhibitions to book fairs.
Designed by Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Gonzálo Ramírez del Sordo in 1952 and remodeled and enlarged by Abraham Zabulovsky and Teodoro González de León in 1989, the Auditorio Nacional is probably, along with the Palacio de los Deportes, the most emblematic Mexico City music forum.
|Opening hours:||Ticket office Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 11am-6pm|