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Luna Park, Buenos Aires

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  • The outside of the building is 30/40 years old and certainly looks like that era of design in a red colour type Offers many different shows, performances and sports. In the middle of the newly renovat...  more »
  • The show was incredible, the stage was nice, and the whole complex is well done. You could see from eveywhere (I personally recommend being in front of the stage) and the sound was more than perfect. ...  more »
  • The stadium is large and covered with large capacity, I enjoyed the concert of Andre Riu , and was optimal acoustic, lighting was poor.  more »
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  • It's a really big closed stadium that offers some of the highest esteemed showed.
  • Just a big theatre for night shows. Getting tickets can be a little confusing because it has several entries and ticket offices. Better get there by underground or at least by taxi or Uber, traffic can be a nightmare if you get there with your own car.
  • One of Buenos Aires most famous concert venues. It needs some renovations in terms of services, specially in the bathroom area.
  • Very nice theatre. However, the behind-the-scenes should have air conditioning since hot summer days are not bearable.
  • +7 and it could've been better. I had to use binoculars.