Auditorio Blackberry

Insurgentes Sur 453,
casi esquina Tlaxcala, Col. Condesa
Mexico City, Mexico
+52 55 64 12 94
Price : $$$ (Expensive)

About Auditorio Blackberry

The Auditorio BlackBerry is hosted on a legendary building created by José Villagrán, a very renowned Mexican architect. It was established in 1952, and it hosted the “Cine Las Américas”, a cinema that was made famous because many important films were premiered in there, such as King Creole, with Elvis Presley. Nowadays, this is a place for alternative music and the most mod and trendy people of the city have finally found a place to enjoy the night out on a different way, away from mainstream music. This venue hosts both live concerts and DJ sessions, and it has an impressive acoustic designed at the time the building was created. It has been completely refurbished in order to provide a modern taste with some love for the retro aesthetics. It provides a main dance floor and huge balconies with rows of seats for live concerts. For DJ sessions, often programmed after live concerts, it is the main floor the space where the night is spent dancing and hanging around. This auditorium hosts many alternative music festivals and live concerts of international artists, such as CocoRosie, Andrew Bird, The XX, James Blake or the Argentinian band Babasónicos. This is for sure a place committed to become a legend in Mexico City musical life.


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