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Thursday 30 of May 2024

What You’re Doing This Weekend in Mexico City

Lana del Rey at Coachella,photo: Wikimedia/Neon Tommy
Lana del Rey at Coachella,photo: Wikimedia/Neon Tommy
This weekend, take time to enjoy all the music and art the city offers


Have you been rejoicing in the 90’s comeback? The bar Perra in the Historic Center will be hosting The Terrible 90’s this weekend, and they will be playing all of your favorite Britney throwbacks. If you arrive before 11 p.m. the cover is free, if not, it’s 50 pesos.


Kallo Collective will be coming to the Tamayo Museum to put on a circus and theater show. The performers, Gaby Muñoz, Jenni Kallo, Sampo Kuruppa, and Thomas Monckton, have toured around the world so make sure not to miss your chance to see them here. Tickets are 250 pesos and you can get them at the museum.

Head over to ArtSpace México in Condesa Friday night for video performances that explore identity and relations to our body. The event is called Holografía//Homography and includes videos by artists like Sofía Moreno, Leche de Virgen Trimegisto, Igor Dewe and Juriji Der Klee. The event starts at 5 p.m. and entrance is free.

Are feminist fanzines your thing? In EI77 Centro Cultural Autogestivo, you can join the conversation about how to make fanzines yourself. There will be nearly a dozen organizations presenting and the conversation starts at 7 p.m.


Starting this Saturday, you can go on guided tours through La Profesa Church in the Historic Center. The church contains more than 355 oil paintings and was founded in 1977. Tours run from 12-2 p.m. and are free.


Corona Capital 2016 hits the streets of Mexico this weekend. Acts include Calvin Harris, Lana del Rey, Ryan Adams and some of the most popular indie-pop/rock bands of the last few years. The festival takes place in Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez and starts at 2 p.m. on Saturday. You can find tickets online, but hopefully, you’ve already bought yours because prices are climbing.