Time Out says
Driving here is a nightmare, parking is a disaster, you have to walk a mile on the racetrack to get to the stage, if it rains, you’re screwed, and there’s a 99% chance that if you bought tickets in the grandstands, the visibility is garbage. Yet, some of the biggest names in music have given us some of the most memorable shows of all time here. It’s simply the most important private entertainment venue in the city and its capacity is surpassed only by Estadio Azteca and the Zocalo (whose logistics make it a catastrophic place to host a concert).
If you are going to buy a ticket to the Foro Sol, make sure it is not in the stands, the best price and quality area is usually "General B", where the crowd is and, therefore, the best vibes. If you weren’t able to get tickets there, sell one of your kidneys on the black market and spring for tickets in the "General A" zone. If it sold out (or nobody bought your kidney), we anticipate that your experience in the stands will be a bit… frustrating.
Viaducto Río de la Piedad s/n
|Cross street:||Río Churubusco|
|Transport:||Metro Ciudad Deportiva|