WHERE TO SEE FLAMENCO in Malaga, Spain

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Best places to see flamenco

If you are visiting Malaga and are interested in flamenco, the city offers a variety of options to enjoy a flamenco show:

  • Tablao Flamenco los Amayas – This is one of the main flamenco stages in the city. It is run by the Amaya family, a renowned dynasty in the flamenco world that comes from the Sacromonte neighborhood of Granada. With decades of experience producing flamenco shows, they offer 2 daily shows (except Sundays), one at 7pm and another one at 9pm. Each performance is 70 minutes long. Tickets start at 25€ (1 drink included). The tablao is located in the neighborhood of La Malagueta, next to Pier One and the Pompidou Center.
  • Centro de Arte Flamenco Kelipé – This flamenco art center was born in 2002 as a space to teach and spread the word of flamenco. During the day, it functions as a flamenco school while at night it becomes a tablao. They offer a 90-min flamenco show from Thursday to Sunday at 9 pm. The entrance costs 25 € (one drink included).
  • Museo Flamenco Peña Juan Breva – Founded in 1958, this is one of the oldest peñas flamencas (flamenco enthusiasts club) in existence. It is named in honor of one of Malaga’s most famous flamenco stars, Juan Breva. The museum houses a great collection of guitars and other memorabilia and is open to the public from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. They also have flamenco shows on Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:30 pm (15 €, one drink and one tapa included) as well as courses of flamenco studies on Tuesdays at 9:30 pm (free entrance).
  • Museo Interactivo de la Música Málaga – Malaga’s interactive museum of music (MIMM) has a 45-min flamenco show from Monday to Friday at 1:30pm and Saturdays at 2pm. Price: 17€ only show or 20€ show + museum.
  • Restaurante Vino Mio - This restaurant in Malaga’s old town has a flamenco show from Wednesday to Sunday from 8pm to 9:30pm (+5€ for the show). The highlight of the menu are its exotic meats such as crocodile and kangaroo.

Every two years during the spring and summer months, the province of Malaga also celebrates the Bienal de Arte Flamenco de Málaga. Its mission is to promote and celebrate flamenco by featuring an extensive program of concerts and other activities all over the province of Malaga. The 7th edition will be celebrated in 2021. For more information: www.malagaenflamenco.com

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