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I just attended a concert at the Kimo Theater last week. This is a historic old theater built in 1927. Recently renovated, the colors have been revitalized, and the outside and inside closely resembles it's original state. People were constantly remarking on the artistic beauty...More
Attended a recent movie screening at the Kimo. This is a beautiful, historic theater in the heart of downtown Albuquerque. It's not too large, so there are no bad seats. It was comfortable and the sound quality was good. I loved all the artistic details...More
We read about this place and stopped by on Saturday, June 23, to see this beautiful theatre. From the outside, we were in awe of the exterior beauty. After this, the whole experience goes totally south due to the Diva of Darkness behind the reception...More
Stopped in here to see a free movie. What a beautiful old theater, I was thoroughly impressed. It was clean and well maintained. I would love to see more productions at this theater. Stop in and check it out.
Very interesting venue. We enjoyed the complementary hour tour and lecture. The architecture and decor is unique and fascinating. Although we did not see a performance here, would definitely return to do so.
The KiMo is the most cherished jewel in the crown of Albuquerque. It was designed in the Pueblo-Revival, Art Deco form and is very rare. The theater was purchased by the City and fully restored to its former glory.
If you can, attend any performance...More
Kimo Theatre is a special events theatre in interesting, eclectic down town area of Albuquerque. Built in 1927 was rehabbed by the City in 2000 and restored to original glory. Specializes in playing in older movies from from the 50-80's. Prices are very reasonable. Theatre...More
KiMo Theatre is arguably the city’s most renowned landmark. Constructed in 1927 in the extravagant Pueblo Revival/Art Deco architectural style, it blends adobe decorative motifs from indigenous cultures and linear elements of Art Deco architecture common in the 1920s. This 3-story adobe structure seeped in...More
Stop by the Kimo and look at the beautiful renovation they have done, take a peek at the Route 66 memorabilia and if you can catch a flick on the silver screen, do so. It is an awesome place to watch movies.