This Friday, April 28, the Spanish singer rosalia will offer a concert free in the Plinth from Mexico City, which according to estimates by the Ministry of Culture headed by Claudia Curiel de Icaza, could bring together more than 200,000 people. A few days after this massive event, we share the schedule, climate, closed streets and road alternatives for this event in CDMX.
The followers of rosalia will have the opportunity to attend a concert free in the Plinth of the CDMX this Friday April 28th. Previously, the Plaza de la Constitución has been the scene of concerts by other artists such as Grupo Firme, Los Tigres del Norte and La Maldita Vecindad. As reported by Claudia Curiel de Icaza, access to the event will be through 20 de Noviembre street and she indicated that those who do not manage to enter will be able to enjoy the concert from the nearby avenues.
In the same way, the Ministry of Culture indicated that, to avoid crowds, there will be screens in strategic places on avenues surrounding the Plinth, such as Tlaxcoaque, Alameda and Avenida Juárez. In addition, it was reported that the spaces near the stage will be closed to have relief areas and avoid shoving, and that it is intended that everyone can enjoy the concert Of the singer rosalia in a safe way.
Closed streets and alternative roads
At previous events in the Plinth of the CDMX, some roads have been closed to allow the assembly of the facilities and facilitate pedestrian access for attendees. commonly the closed streets They are the Plaza de la Constitución Circuit, Avenida 20 de Noviembre, José María Pino Suárez, 5 de Febrero, Corregidora and 5 de Mayo. As road alternatives, usually remain open Eje 1 Norte, Eje 1 Oriente, Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, José María Izazaga and Fray Servando Teresa de Mier. In addition, the Zócalo/Tenochtitlán metro station will be closed on April 28, but users can make use of the nearby stations of line 2: Pino Suárez, Allende and Bellas Artes.
One option to get to concert of rosalia in the CDMX is the Metro Collective Transport System, and although it has not yet been confirmed if the station Plinth will be open, it usually remains closed in massive events, so an alternative is to arrive from the Allende, Pino Suárez or Bellas Artes stations on Line 2. You can also take the metrobus on Line 4 and get off at the Museo de la City.
Hours and weather
He concert of rosalia de will begin at 8:00 p.m. and it is advisable to be aware of the weather conditions this Friday, April 28 in order to fully enjoy the concert. According to ‘Meteored’, it is expected that the climate in the CDMX be warm with a 50 percent chance of rain between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. The website also indicates that the sky is expected to clear after 9:00 p.m. Therefore, it is advisable to dress with suitable clothing to withstand high temperatures and possible rain.
Due to the large number of fans expected at the concert free of rosalia in it Plinth of the CDMX attendees are suggested to take into account some precautions. The Secretary of Culture has pointed out that some people could arrive early or even from the night before to make sure they get a good place. It is advisable to monitor social networks to know the capacity and thus determine a schedule convenient to get to the main square.
In addition, it is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, since if you arrive early you could be on your feet for a long time, as well as sunscreen, a sweatshirt, a raincoat, and a hat. It is suggested to bring a small backpack or fanny pack to take up less space and keep an eye on your belongings. It is important to have cash in case you want to buy something on site or to return by public transport at the end of the concert of rosalia in it Plinth.