Hello 2020! There’s nothing better than starting the year knowing what to do, what to visit and where to eat. If you are visiting Mexico City on January, we will give you the best things to experience so you have the most wonderful time.
January is a great month to visit Mexico City. You can get to know many places and visit monuments without worrying about large crowds (it’s the low season). In addition, traffic is very relaxed and the weather is ideal, maybe a bit cold, but in general very pleasant. Get ready to have a great time with the activities you can do this month.
Hurry up! The Möet Chandon pop up store will be up until January 2nd at the Palacio de Palacios in Polanco. Here you’ll find the best bottles and you can customize them with gold leaves, make Christmas cards, buy boxes of chocolates or bouquets. You can also monogram your initials, write a message or whatever you want on your bottles.
Where: On the ground floor of El Palacio de Hierro in Polanco, Moliere 222, until January 2nd, 2020.
This month you can still enjoy the Broadway hit Chicago in Spanish. It isone of the most acclaimed Broadway musicals and is taking the critics by storm. It is ending at the beginning of February and it has been a total success, so if you have not seen it we assure you that it will be a great experience.
Where: Find your tickets here. Until February 2 at the Telcel Theater. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra # 386.
The ice rink in the Zócalo in the city’s downtown will be running until January 6th. You just have to see the ecological synthetic ice rink and the Christmas festival with lights and the Christmas tree. Enjoy the disco nights with mariachis, cumbia, salsa and rancheras.
Where: Find schedules here. until January 6 in the Zocalo.
SEVENTEEN, the K-pop group with 13 members from Korea, China and the United States will come for the first time to Mexico on January 17th. If you want to know a little more about this musical genre that became so popular, this concert is a great option.
On January 22nd, the National Auditorium presents Playa Limbo, a Mexican pop group that sings in Spanish with a jazz influence. If you know the style of groups like Presuntos Implicados or Belanova you’ll know what to expect.. If you want to go to dinner before, we recommend the Karisma bar that has good food, an excellent atmosphere and is a few blocks from the Auditorium.
Where: In the National Auditorium (Auditorio Nacional) at 20:30. Karisma Bar, Campos Elíseos# 219.
Visit the Tamale Fair in Coyoacán. National and international producers with more than 100 varieties of tamales will be there for you to try everything. You can pair them up with traditional atole, Mexican hot chocolate, champurrado or coffee.
Where: From January 30th to February 3rd. In the National Museum of Popular Cultures. Miguel Hidalgo # 289.
Visit The Two Fridas in the Museum of Modern Art. This work is one of the most recognized pieces of this Mexican painter and this exhibition shows documents, works and photographs that illustrate the influence that Marcel Duchamp and the French capital had on Frida Kahlo. The exhibition also includes Marcel Duchamp’s visit to Mexico City and his encounter with one of Frida’s students. It is an exhibition of Las Dos Fridas and the influence of these two cities in her work.
Where: At the Museum of Modern Art, Paseo de la Reforma s / n until January 2020.
Patrick Watson will be at Plaza Condesa on January 31st promoting his new Wave album. This singer and composer of the Indie Pop genre has composed songs for soundtracks in series such as Grey’s Anatomy, American Idol, Heaven and The Blacklist. Surely you’ve already heard one or two songs of his. This show promises to be a great experience for any music lover. Do not miss it!
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