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Ballet Folklorico de Mexico

Calle Violeta 31, Mexico City 06300, Mexico
+52 55 5526 7805
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Folkloric Ballet in Mexico City
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The famous ballet troupe known for the discipline provided by its founder Doña Amalia Hernández.
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  • Very good16%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Calle Violeta 31, Mexico City 06300, Mexico
Alameda
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Unforgettable night we spent watching these musicians and dancers performing, loved the north part of Mexico typical dances and the coordination of these dancers. I highly recommend to see them when they perform.

Thank bryanmantezoni
Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw this amazing performance of folkloric dance in the the incredible historic Bellas Artes building! This is a not to be missed experience! The talent and passion of the performers, the beauty of the costumes and OMG the building itself filled with the most...More

Thank joclyncastor
Reviewed 1 week ago

Palacio de Bellas Artes is a beautiful, grand, architecturally significant theater dating from the golden age of Mexico City. The Ballet Folklórico de México was one of the highlights of a recent trip to Mexico, and I would recommend it to anyone visiting the capital...More

Thank SantoGabacho
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The costumes are very colorful, the dancers work very hard, and musicians are amazing. We sat close to the front but it may have better views and cheaper seats at the back or upstairs. I recommend to stay in that area until the show begins...More

Thank texan910
Reviewed 2 November 2017

The performance is high energy tapping (not traditional ballet), and I would rate the performance itself a 4. But it was totally RUINED by the audience members who insisted on using their phones to record and take pictures throughout - with no regard to the...More

3  Thank athena51
Reviewed 26 October 2017

I was a bit hesitant to go since I'm not a ballet aficionado but it's not classical ballet. The dancing was amazing, fun, and lively. And told Mexico's history through dance of many forms. We went to a morning performance and the kids around us...More

1  Thank MVDC
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We have seen the performance on October 8th at 9 PM and had to go through the crowd from our hotel which was 2 blocks from Zocalo where was the big benefit concert whole afternoon and evening with over 200000 people attending and with heavy...More

2  Thank MirkaYVR
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

Highly recommended! We truly enjoyed the Ballet showing the cultural and dance of Mexico. It's also lively and highly entertaining!

1  Thank shuyi m
Reviewed 25 September 2017

The last two performances were great, Fiesta en Jalisco and Jalisco Festivity, making this a classic ensemble of Mexico’s culture. The ballet was one of the highlights of my experiences in Mexico City. Do not miss it. You should note that you cannot purchase tickets...More

1  Thank ROB_DIANA_LEO12
Reviewed 9 September 2017

My sister-in-law and myself traveled to Mexico City from Tucson, Arizona via bus. Wanted to see the terrain - was not disappointed. Purchased tickets to see the Ballet Folklorico while in Mexico City and it was wonderful! Do not miss it, I highly recommend it!

1  Thank Rosaura D
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Nikki S
24 November 2017|
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Response from MirkaYVR | Reviewed this property |
They usually have the schedule just for a month in advance. I bought tickets when we arrived on Thursday evening (around 7 PM) for Sunday evening at the Bella Artes. If you buy cheapest tickets there is chance for the... More
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Lanidracl
6 October 2017|
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No there are not. Lol.
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Jaleh R
10 September 2017|
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Response from howardm22 | Reviewed this property |
I recall seeing a will-call window in the lobby of the theater. To be sure bring with your receipt.
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