In the heart of Downtown Albuquerque stands a magestic and historic landmark unlike any other -- the KiMo Theatre.
About the KiMo
A Pueblo Deco picture palace, the KiMo opened Sept. 19, 1927. It was commissioned by the innovative Oresete Bachechi, who had envisioned a Southwestern style theater for Albuquerque.
Every detail of the theater contains historical significance, making it one the region's most valued cultural gems.
The KiMo offers a variety of entertainment including film, theater, and musical performances.
KiMo Celebrates its 90th
This year, the KiMo celebrates the 90th anniversary of its opening.
In addition to a wonderful season of free music performances and film screenings, the celebration also features a contest.
Tell us, what are your Most Memorable Moments from the history of the KiMo?
Enjoy a afternoon of western and traditional cowboy music.
Don't miss live music performances from artists Lilah Rose and The Real Matt Jones.
Join us for an afternoon of New Mexico folk music.
Join us for a morning dedicated to New Mexican music and dance.
Join us for a screening of the Orson Welles-directed period drama "The Magnificent Ambersons."
Join us for a screening of the three-time Academy Award-winning film noir drama "All the King's Men."