The FIG visiting hours start from 5:00am to 9:00pm
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Balloon Inflation and Take Off start daily at 6:30am. Night Glows (Friday to Sunday only) start at 6:00pm
Get there in advance, you will get better spots and get the best views.
All Tickets are one access only, If you should leave the venue, a new ticket will be necessary to re-enter the Park.
By regulation of the Metropolitano Park, no pets are allowed.
By regulation of the Metropolitano Park no alcoholic beverages or liquor are allowed.
Reach a Staff member for assistance, we will gladly help you find your lost items.
Reach the Civil Protection Booth for assistance, it’s located behind the FIG Main Stage at the Launch Field.
Plan in advance with your family what to do if somebody gets lost, a meeting point is always a great option.
All Balloon activities are subject to weather conditions. If these conditions don’t meet the safety requirements, all activities will be suspended.
An incredible show featuring Balloons on the ground operating their burners to the rhythm of lights and music. You can’t miss it!
Remember all Balloon activities are subject to weather conditions.
No balloon rides will be available to visitors.
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Camping requires a special personal pass. Camping Passes and Access Tickets are sold exclusively at Superboletos.
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Tickets are $100 MXN
Tickets will be available online in https://www.superboletos.com/ (Starting in September) and OXXO stores in Leon (October).
Camping tickets are available exclusively at Superboletos
Your ticket grants you access to all activities and sideshows, including concerts with no extra cost.
Find out all the activities and sideshows the FIG has for you!
Yes, all kinds of food are allowed into the Park, please be sure to put your waste into the bins.
For your convenience, the FIG will feature a wide variety of Food and snacks in the ExpoFIG Food Court.
The official FIG stores will be inside the Park, located at FIG Launch Field and Expo FIG.
A hot air balloon consists of 2 parts: The envelope and the basket.
The envelope is the upper part of the balloon and is made of special nylon that, besides its lightness, it’s also very resistant to rips and high temperatures.
The basket is made of wicker and wood, which provide great strength and flexibility.
A hot air balloon operates with a propane burner that heats cold air inside the envelope, making it lighter than the air outside, allowing it to rise.
The only way to navigate a balloon is by following the different currents that are at different heights. Therefore, the elevation of the balloon is regulated by a parachute-shaped vent located at the upper end of the envelope.
This ventilation is manipulated by a system of lines that go down to the basket; thus, when the pilot needs to descend, a special line is pulled, releasing the hot air slowly. When that line is released, the pressure of the hot air that is still inside the envelope pushes the ventilation to its original position. Once the balloon is on the ground, the pilot uses this same system to completely deflate it.