Magic Circus

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Dicoteca Magic Circus Mexico

Magic Circus was one of the most famous nightclubs in Mexico City.[citation needed] It opened in 1982 and was located at 3 Rodolfo Gaona, Lomas De Sotelo.

This club was the symbol of status and snobbery with celebrities in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Rock and pop concerts with artists such as Soda Stereo, Mecano, Flans, Luis Miguel, as well as music by the most popular DJs, were the trademark of the venue.

The club was a complex of three venues: "Magic Circus", the main club, "Privilege", a private membership club, and "Rock Garage", later named "Dynamo Garage".

Magic Circus was famous for its resident disc jockeys, including Claudio Yarto, Manuel Novoa, Joaquin Diaz, Luis Gallegos, Yaxkin Restrepo, Mauricio Ponce, Angel Arciniega Jr and Luis Angel Hernandez. It was one of the meeting points of many B-Boys and breakdancers like Speed Fire and Rapaz, as well as famous people in the industry.

Magic Circus opened venues in Huatulco, Oaxaca, Acapulco, Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo in the early 1990s, now closed.[1]

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