Hop on a flight to Mexico City International Airport, which is only about 10 minutes away from Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. We don’t recommend that you drive in Mexico City due to the city’s notoriously bad traffic and widespread disregard for traffic laws. Instead, call a cab provided by your hotel, take the bus, or get on Metro Line 9 to the Puebla station, the closest station to the festival.
Organizers recommend to stay near the airport if all you’re doing is attending the festival. If you want to go full-on tourist mode, find a place to stay somewhere along Paseo de la Reforma. Reforma is a popular avenue that cuts through the heart of Mexico City and is home to many tourist attractions, restaurants, public art and much more.
Having a hard time keeping track of who’s playing where at what time? This schedule maps out both Saturday and Sunday’s lineup.
Beyond Food and Music
This family-friendly festival offers more than scrumptious food and sensational music. You can look forward to colorful art installations, all kinds of fun games and many other activities.