• Music
  • Miguel Hidalgo
  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
Lunario del Auditorio Nacional
Foto: Fernando Aceves

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

This small-but-mighty spot has seen the dreams of many music lovers come true. Lunario normally receives cult bands that can’t’ fill a bigger venue but still have a loyal following - for example, Kashmir’s first visit to Mexico City went through here. What ended up happening wasn’t expected by either fans or the band: three fully sold-out date and fans lined up outside from early morning to take in an intimate concert in a space that could not be better suited.

We also welcomed Beirut along with the vocals of Zach Condon here. Although, we don’t know who was more surprised, them or us. There was also the Indie-O Fests surrounded by people who really love music, not those who go only because it's trendy. The same with The Radio Dept and José González. Before El Plaza and the Blackberry, the Lunario was THE spot to see your favorite bands: an incredible intimacy between the band and the crow, as well as excellent acoustics and visibility. We kindly beg the show promoter gods not to forget this space because music lovers have made some incredible memories here.

Written by Mara Vargas


Paseo de la Reforma 50
Mexico City
Cross street:
Frente a Campo Marte
Metro Auditorio.
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