This is where Albuquerque’s historic Route 66 heritage lives. In the heart of downtown, The Kimo Theater has been a center for the arts since it opened in 1927. A Pueblo Deco picture palace, the theater was decorated in the vein of Art Deco fused with Pueblo Deco during a time when cinema was exploding into the mainstream and such massive movie houses were springing up around the country. To this day, the iconic theater still shows films, plays and countless other genres of performance. Open to the public for free tours as well as events, the Kimo Theater is a treasure of Albuquerque. To learn more about the events or to buy tickets for shows at the Kimo Theater, visit www.kimotickets.com.