Teatro de Verano (Open-Air Theatre)
Teatro de Verano “Ramón Collazo” is the largest open-air performance center in the city of Montevideo.
Inaugurated on January 15, 1944, it is located in a privileged place, due to its particular natural environment and architecture, as the quarries of Rodó Park are. Over the years it became a cultural icon of the city.
This emblematic stage has a wide and varied program, receiving hundreds of thousands of spectators who pass year after year through its stalls and enjoy the most diverse shows and festivals by national and international artists.
Here you can experience one of the most important cultural event of the country, the Carnival. This theatre houses the different Carnival shows: the Official Contest, the Carnival of Promises, the Young Murga Final, and the Admission Test.
Due to the health emergency, the guided tours are suspended until further notice.
The guided tours, lasting approximately one hour, have a circuit of posters with photographs that accompany the tour, as well as an audiovisual that illustrates the artistic life of the theatre.
The story covers the history of the theatre, its privileged natural environment, as well as the artistic life of this outstanding open-air stage.
In case of bad weather it is not suspended and an alternative visit is made through an audiovisual.
Tickets are purchased by Tickantel at all its points of sale: RedPagos, Abitab and Tiendas de Antel.
Also on the Tickantel website: http://bit.ly/VisitasTeatrodeVerano
It has access through ramps, paved walkways, safe stair railings and accessible sectors in the lower stalls.
Rambla Wilson s/n (Canteras del Parque Rodó)