Luna Park in Buenos Aires is the premiere location for concerts and sport events. With 8,000 seats the arena can easily fit anyone looking for a night out. Luna Park was completed in 1934 and through the years has seen the likes of Sinatra, Pavarotti, and Pope John Paul II. Along with these famous personalities, Luna Park is known for its boxing. Many contenders have seen the ropes of Luna Park in hopes of going the distance. Ballets, volleyballs, and even circuses are held at Luna Park.
Located in the neighborhood of San Nicolas, Luna Park is surrounded by restaurants and shops making for an enjoyable part of Buenos Aires. While not in the city center, Luna Park is easily accessible using public or private transportation. Visitors love the nostalgic feel and look to Luna Park. The arena is multi-functional often hosting staggering different venues in a short period of time. It is not unusual to attend a boxing match one week and an Ice skating show the next.