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The shows are on Sundays and Wednesdays. We bought our tickets 2 days before at the booth in the Palacio de Bellas Artes. We bought the cheapest tickets so we were seated up high but we still enjoyed the show very much. I recommend bringing...More
We were in Mexico City with our daughter and grandchildren (16 and 17) for a short visit. We had seen the ballet many years before and remembered it was quite a beautiful setting and production. IT WAS EVEN BETTER TODAY!! The Bellas Artes venue was...More
January, 2019--Wanted to see Ballet Folklorico. City tourist offices told us that it was not being performed at Palacio de Bellas Artes at this time, therefore, no way to see it. Searching the internet revealed performances at the Chapultepec Castle, on the other side of...More
I would still like to see a show at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, but the Castle venue for the Christmas show was delightful. We purchased tickets a few days in advance. To avoid the long climb to the castle at night, vans shuttled guests...More
The Mexican folkloric ballet spectacle was just amazing. The music, costumes, it's a beautiful performance, definitely go and see it if you are in Mexico city for few days. We bought the cheapest tickets (around 15 euros) and we could see the stage well, you...More
The Christmas Ballet was at the Castle in Chapultepec Park. The performance was a combination of the traditional Ballet Folklorico and nativity story with the Three Kings. The performance featured a choir performing with the Mariachis and Ballet Dancers. Some of the choir performances were...More
I last went to this show in 1994 in Bellas Artes. It was nice but touristy. They do a Christmas show outdoors at Chapultepec Castle two weeks per year and I finally went tonight. Great. So holiday festive. A celebration of Mexico. Must do at...More
We went to the Ballet Folklorico, at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, expecting a lot - and what we saw far exceeded our expectations. If you read no further, buy your tickets in advance if you can, to avoid the "day of" line, and if...More
Response from A2864TNevas | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don’t know if the season extends to August, however, when I was planning my Mexico City trip, I couldn’t confirm the schedule until a few weeks in advance ... so I recommend to keep checking in ...because it’s not... More
Sorry I don’t know if the season extends to August, however, when I was planning my Mexico City trip, I couldn’t confirm the schedule until a few weeks in advance ... so I recommend to keep checking in ...because it’s not necessary to buy tickets in advance
Ballet Folklorico de Mexico - March 2018 dates? (4 Replies)
Anyone know when the Ballet will announce dates for 2018? The furthest out they have posted on the official website is just through the first week of January 2018. I'm looking to buy tickets perhaps during Holy Week if they do have such performances at that time.
December 28, 2017|
The February dates are already posted on the Bellas Artes website. However, there is no need to worry as the auditorium is rarely more than half full. If you really want to book in advance, you can usually do so at Ticketmaster.
Ballet Folklorico De Mexico (2 Replies)
Hello Everybody, Does anybody know what's the best way to get tickets for Ballet Folklorico De Mexico and what is the best show that they have. I remember reading somewhere that the best time to see it is their Sunday morning show when they bring down the glass curtain. Is this true? Thanks, Bita
January 10, 2006|
Response fromBill M|
Ticketmaster is a good way to get tickets in advance, although your hotel will help you get them also, as travel agents distribute them all over town (and they have packages whereby they pick you up in a van/bus and take you to/from). Sunday a.m. is when you can see the glass curtain, that information is still accurate as far as I know.
Ballet Folklorico De Mexico (2 Replies)
We will be in Mexico City from 12/24 to 1/1. Are they going to have any performance around that time? Ticketmaster only has their show listed till 12/5. Thanks ahead!
October 22, 2015|
The conpany's own website has no performances listed beyond this month, so you should check back nearer the time. No problem with tickets though, since it plays to half empty houses.