Pepsi Center WTC - Mexicocity
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Directions to Pepsi Center WTC
Located right behind one of the most emblematic buildings of Mexico City, the WTC, and in a very well communicated and tranquil zone of the city, the Pepsi Center WTC defines itself as a 'multifunctional and adaptable construction capable of hosting concerts as an auditorium or arena, big expos and sports shows. All of this within its 14,000 square meters'.
It has the most technologically advanced infrastructure for hosting any type of event, such as lifts with 10 tons capacity, 2 ramps to move and manage equipment, air conditioning, a snack and beverage bar, 2 VIP dressing rooms and 2 regular ones, etc. It can host up to 7,500 people for concerts and almost 3,500 car parking places.
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