San Juan

San Juan is arguably one of the most important cultural centers of the Caribbean, known both for its homegrown culture and the healthy influx of visiting artists that the local population supports. The city hosts the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, the world-renowned Pablo Casals classical music festival in winter, and an annual series of opera concerts. Many hit plays in New York and other large markets get produced locally, and there are often three or four other local theatrical productions taking place on any given weekend, many of them downright adventurous.

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  • 1. Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré

    Santurce | Arts Centers

    With four different theaters, the largest of which holds up to 1,900 people, this is the largest venue of its kind in the Caribbean. There's...Read More

  • 2. Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot

    Hato Rey | Concerts

    Seating up to 18,000 people, this relatively new arena, affectionately known as "El Choliseo," is the top venue for international musical events...Read More

  • 3. Coliseo Roberto Clemente

    Hato Rey | Arts Centers

    Named after the baseball hall-of-famer, this arena has become an important island venue for concerts and fairs in addition to its status as...Read More

  • 4. Estadio Hiram Bithorn

    Hato Rey | Arts Centers

    Particularly big acts often use this outdoor stadium (adjacent to the Coliseo Roberto Clemente), which hosts baseball games as well as large...Read More

  • 5. Fundación Nacional Para la Cultura Popular

    Old San Juan | Arts Centers

    This multifaceted foundation hosts a variety of events, including Latin music and dance performances and classes. Check the schedule online...Read More

  • 6. Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico


    Under the direction of conductor Maximiano Valdés, this 80-member orchestra performs a 52-week season that includes classical music, operas...Read More

  • 7. Teatro Tapia

    Old San Juan | Theater

    Named for Puerto Rican playwright Alejandro Tapia y Rivera, the island's oldest theater hosts traveling and locally produced theatrical and...Read More

  • 8. The Casals Festival

    Santurce | Festivals

    The Casals Festival has been bringing some of the most important figures in classical music to San Juan ever since Pablo Casals, the famous...Read More

  • 9. Ticket Center


    With ticket counters available in many of the malls on the island, Ticket Center is a convenient way to score seats to most large-scale events. ...Read More

  • 10. Ticketpop


    This outfit makes it fast and easy to purchase tickets online for major concerts, sporting events, and other shows. ...Read More

  • 11. Le Lo Lai


    The year-round festival called Le Lo Lai celebrates Puerto Rico's Taíno Indian, Spanish, and African heritage. Performances showcasing island...Read More

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