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Why attend flamenco shows?

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Sizzling solos with prime views

In flamenco shows, the soloists take center stage and enthrall the audience with mesmerising moves. Focusing on individual performances fosters an intimate connection between the dancer and the audience. Enhance this experience by booking seats with the best views.

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Unforgettably unique experiences

Watching a flamenco performance is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for life. It's a unique way to dive into the Spanish culture and connect with its rich heritage. Choose from our wide array of destinations, book your ticket online and enjoy the show!

Internationally awarded flamenco dancer performing flamenco at Tablao Cardenal, Cordoba

Engaging ensemble

Flamenco shows present not just soloists, but also large groups of dancers working cohesively. The captivating choreography generates a thrilling energy that might compel you to join in the fun! With skip-the-line tickets, save the hassle of standing in long queues and jump right into the action.

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24x7 seamless support

The foot-tappable rhythms of flamenco music and the perfect combination of guitars, palmas (hand clapping) and intricate footwork create an immersive atmosphere. Get ready to have the best time knowing that our 24/7 customer support is here to offer you a seamless experience.

Ticket options & prices for top flamenco shows

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City Hall Theatre, Barcelona
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8:30pm & 10:00pm
1 hour
Ticket C (Back-row seats): €25, Ticket B (Middle-row seats with drinks): €30, Ticket A (Front-row seats with drinks): €40, VIP Ticket (First 2 rows or Private Zone seating with drinks): €55
Centro Cultural Flamenco, Madrid
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7:30pm
50 mins
Adult Ticket (15 to 64 years): €25, Child Ticket (5 to 14 years): €15, Senior Ticket (65+ years): €20, Student Ticket (18+ years): €20
Flamenco Dance Museum, Seville
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5:00pm, 7:00pm & 8:45pm
1 hour
Adult Ticket (above 13 years): €25, Reduced Price (Students/Disabled): €18, Youth (6 to 12 years): €12, Children (under 5 years): €0
La Alboreá, Granada
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8:45pm
1 hour
Adult Ticket (above 13 years): €20, Children (4 to 12 years): €12, Infants (under 3 years): €0
Alegría Flamenco & Gastronomy, Málaga
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6:00pm & 8:00pm
1 hour
Adult Ticket (above 13 years): €28, Children (7 to 12 years): €18, Infants (under 6 years): €0
Tablao El Cardenal, Córdoba
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8:30pm
1 hour 40 min
Adult Ticket (above 11 years): €23.71, Children (under 10 years): €11
El Toro y la Luna, Valencia
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7:30pm & 8:30pm
1 to 3 hours
With dinner - Adult Ticket (above 6 years): €50, Children (under 6 years): €25, With drink - Adult Ticket (above 11 years): €18, Children (under 10 years): €15

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Flamenco shows are synonymous with Spain. When in southern Spain, going for this traditional dance performance should be a must-do on your list. Immerse yourself in Spanish culture, music and dance with this folkloric art form.

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Flamenco show, tapas & drinks

Many tablaos offer tapas and drinks along with the flamenco show. If you wish to experience Spain's vibrant culture in one unforgettable evening, go for a ticket that offers delectable tapas, drinks and other Spanish food to make the most of the performance.

Flamenco shows and guided tours

Flamenco show & guided tours

If you have entertainment and sightseeing on your mind, experience the magic of Spanish culture by combining electrifying flamenco and guided tours of iconic attractions in one ticket. Discover the rich history through music and landmarks.

What makes flamenco shows special?

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  • Sizzling solos: In flamenco shows, the soloists take center stage and enthrall the audience with mesmerising moves. The focus on individual performances fosters an intimate connection between the dancer and the audience, making it a truly special experience.
  • Catchy rhythms: The foot-tappable rhythms of flamenco music and the perfect combination of guitars, palmas (hand clapping) and intricate footwork create an immersive atmosphere that will captivate you.
  • Alluring atmosphere: The passionate music and vibrant costumes create an atmosphere at a flamenco show that's hard to match. Once you step inside, you'll be a part of something truly special.
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  • Engaging ensemble: Flamenco shows present not just soloists, but also large groups of dancers working cohesively. The captivating choreography generates a thrilling energy that might compel you to join in the fun!
  • Vibrant costumes: Traditional Spanish costumes are the most vibrant highlight of flamenco performances. The attention-grabbing garments amaze everyone with their elaborate details and bright colors, breathing life into every flamenco show.
  • Unique experience: Watching a flamenco performance is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for life. It's a unique way to dive into the Spanish culture and connect with its rich heritage.

What to expect from flamenco shows?

SPanish culture

Spanish culture

Spanish culture is distinctive and captivating, and flamenco shows are a great way to delve into Spanish culture and get a taste of the country’s unique heritage. From its vibrant music and art to its traditional cuisine, there is so much to explore.

The passionate and heart-stirring nature of the dance performance, along with its intricate footwork and dramatic gestures, will transport you to a different world.

Variety of dance and music

Variety of dance and music

Flamenco shows feature a diverse range of dance and music styles. There are various styles and types of flamenco, including variations depending on the region as well.

The dance performances may vary in terms of solos, duets, and group dances, and may even include a diverse range of musical styles. Depending on the type of performance, musical instruments such as guitars, violins, and palmas are used in the performance to enhance the experience.

Spanish cuisine

Spanish cuisine

Attending flamenco shows offers the opportunity to enjoy both captivating performances and delicious food and drinks. Most shows offer dining and beverage options so that guests can make the most of their evening.

The local cuisine offers a variety of options, ranging from traditional tapas to local wines, catering to diverse preferences. The blend of this cultural experience, cuisine, and entertainment offers an unforgettable experience.

Best places to see Flamenco shows in Spain

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Know before you attend flamenco shows

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What time do flamenco shows usually begin? 
  • Flamenco shows are usually held in the evening typically starting around 8 or 9 PM and going on till 11 PM. 
  • It is always a good idea to arrive at least half an hour before the show is set to begin so that you get the time to settle in.
What is the best time to watch flamenco shows?

The best time to watch flamenco shows depends on the region you are in. However, the months of June, July, and August are considered the peak season for flamenco shows in Spain, as many festivals featuring flamenco are held during this time. For example, in Seville, Andalusia, the annual Feria de Abril (April Fair) is a major event that features flamenco music and dance performances.

How long do flamenco shows typically last?

Flamenco shows can vary in length depending on the venue and the performance. The usual duration for a classic performance is one to one-and-a-half hours, though some shows may last even longer, sometimes exceeding 2 hours when an intermission is included. Make sure to inquire about the runtime when you book your tickets to guarantee an optimal viewing experience.

  • Public transportation: Spain has an extensive public transportation system. If you want a hassle-free and budget transportation, consider making use of public buses or the metro to reach the venue. Ensure that you check for stations near your flamenco venue and plan out your travel options in advance.
  • Taxi: If you are in a rush, it’s best to avoid public transportation and opt for taxis, as they are largely affordable in the city.
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  • As flamenco show performers are decked up in beautifully vibrant costumes, it is a good idea for the audience to dress for the occasion as well!
  • While there is no hard and fast rule on what to wear for flamenco shows, the general recommendation is to wear something smart-casual.
  • For women, this could mean wearing a colorful evening dresses or skirts, tops with a pair of sandals or wedges.
  • Men can opt for tailored jeans, trousers or chinos with a collared shirt or polo t-shirt.
  • It is always a good idea to bring along a light jacket in case the venue is cold.
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  • Many flamenco venues also offer delicious Spanish cuisine. You can expect traditional food items like tapas and paellas to desserts like churros and flan, there’s something for everyone.
  • Enjoying a meal before or after a flamenco show is a great way to get an authentic taste of Spanish culture.
  • If you’re attending a performance at a tablao, do check with the venue ahead of time to see what food and drink options are available. Certain tablaos may have a complete bar, whereas others may only serve snacks or light meals.
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  • Arriving on time is considered polite in order to not cause any disturbance to performers or other guests.
  • It is important to be mindful of your surroundings and considerate of other guests' personal space.
  • Avoid talking during performances and wait for permission from the venue before taking photos or videos of the show.
  • The audience can show their appreciation of the performance by clapping or stamping their feet. However, it’s important to ensure that you do not overstep and disrupt the show in any way.

Frequently asked questions about flamenco shows

What are flamenco shows?

Rooted deep in Spanish culture, a flamenco show is delightful blend of music, dance, and singing.

What are the different types of Spanish flamenco shows?

Sevillanas, Bulerías, Soleas, Alegrías, Seguiriyas, Fandangos, and Tangos are the seven most popular types of flamenco shows.

What are the highlights of flamenco shows?

The highlights of flamenco shows are incredibly skilled dancers, delightful music, colorful costumes, and some delicious food.

What is the best place to watch authentic flamenco shows?

If you want to get an authentic taste of flamenco shows, you must attend flamenco shows in Spain's various cities.

Where can I buy tickets for flamenco shows?

The best place to buy tickets for flamenco shows is to buy them online for a hassle-free experience.

How much do flamenco show tickets typically cost?

The cost of flamenco show tickets can vary depending on the city, show, seating, and type of ticket.

Are meals included in flamenco shows?

Many flamenco show tickets do come with meals included or provide a combo option to include meals and drinks.

Are there any recommended flamenco shows for families with children?

Yes, most flamenco shows are suitable for families and children. It is a good idea to check the age guidelines for the specific show before you book your tickets.

What is the best way to get to a flamenco show venue in a specific city?

There are various modes of public transportation that you can choose from include bus, train, the subway and so on. You can choose your mode of transport depending on the venue and the city.

Can I take photographs or record videos during a flamenco show?

The policy may differ from venue to venue. However, most venues usually prohibit taking of pictures and videos. It is best to check with the venue beforehand.

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