FLAMENCO Malaga

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

So where can you find the best flamenco show in Malaga? To help you answer that question we have hand-selected the best tablaos (stages/venues) and detailed the advantages and disadvantages of each one.

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Best Flamenco Shows in Malaga

Guitar player in Malaga's Tablao Flamenco Alegria

The Tablao Flamenco Alegría is a traditional tablao located at the street Velez Malaga 6, just a few meters from the Malagueta beach. Alegria offers flamenco shows every day at 6 pm, 8 pm and 10 pm, with a varied weekly program featuring top level artists.

The restaurant is open for dinner, with a varied menu of Mediterranean fusion cuisine, set menus and options for groups.

The show takes place in the tablao and dinner on the terrace or in the restaurant's dining room, with each of the activities being independent. That is, it is possible to dine or watch the show only, or combine both experiences together.

Female dancer at Tablao Flamenco Alegria in Malaga, Andalusia – Spain
Female dancer at Tablao Flamenco Alegria

The price of the flamenco show is 28€ per person (drinks not included). But our readers can take advantage of a 3 € discount using the code ESPGUIDE.

In addition, as a complementary activity, the Tablao Flamenco Alegría has an Interactive Flamenco Center. This is a space designed for the simple and easy understanding of all the facets of flamenco.

The tour runs through 7 large-format digital screens, which lead the visitor to learn through personal experimentation: you will sing, dance, play the palms and expand your knowledge of flamenco guitar. The price of the visit is 20€/adult and 15€/children (from 12 years old).

Address: C. Vélez Málaga 6, 29016 Málaga

Lively show at El Gallo Ronco Flamenco

El Gallo Ronco Flamenco (formerly Flamenco CalYCanto) will take you to discover the passion of a flamenco show in Malaga center, first hand from true professional artists, with extensive experience on the stage.

During the hour-long show you will feel the emotion of the artists up close, in the select and cozy atmosphere of El Gallo Ronco flamenco salon, an authentic and charming space in the heart of Malaga.

There are two daily shows (7pm and 9pm) from Monday to Saturday. The price is 25 € .

Address: Pl. de las Flores 1, 29005 Málaga

Three flamenco dancers in the stage of Antojo Málaga

Located in the trendy Soho neighborhood, Antojo Tablao Flamenco is one of the newest additions to Malaga’s flamenco scene. The venue opened its doors in May 2023 and offers a flamenco show about 3 times per week at 8:00 pm.

The show, called “Flamenco Tierra Mía,” gives a modern twist to the traditional flamenco experience. Projection screens throughout the venue are used to enhance the atmosphere and accompany the presentation of several different flamenco styles (called “palos”).

The show at Antojo lasts 70 minutes and the line up includes 7 to 9 artists. Tickets start at 27€ for just the show, but there are several upgrade options: show+drink for 36€ and show+tapas+drink for 54€.

If your ticket includes food, this can be served before, during or after the show. However, Antojo recommends opting to save the meal for before or after the show so that your full attention can be given to the performance.

Address: C. San Lorenzo 25, 29001 Málaga

More Flamenco Tablaos in Malaga

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Kelipé Flamenco Arte Center

Centro de Arte Flamenco Kelipé is a flamenco art center born in 2002 as a space to teach and spread the word of flamenco in Malaga. During the day, it functions as a flamenco school while at night it becomes a tablao.

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They offer a 90-min flamenco show from Wednesday to Sunday at 8 pm. The entrance costs 35 € (one drink included).

Address: C. Muro de Prta Nueva 10, 29005 Málaga

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Flamenco Museum – Peña Juan Breva

Founded in 1958, Museo Flamenco Peña Juan Breva 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).

Address: C. Ramón Franquelo 4, 29008 Málaga

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Malaga Interactive Music Museum

Malaga’s interactive music museum (MIMM) hosts a 45-min flamenco show about 3 times per week. The exact days and time change regularly, so we recommend you to check the museum's website for the most up-to-date information.

The price is 19€ only show or 22€ show + museum.

Address: C. Beatas 15, 29008 Málaga

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Vino Mio Restaurant

Restaurante Vino Mio is a restaurant in Malaga’s old town that celebrates a flamenco show from Wednesday to Sunday from 8pm to 9:30pm (+10€ for the show). The highlight of the dinner menu are its exotic meats such as crocodile and kangaroo.

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There is also a flamenco show on Fridays from 13:30 to 14:30 (+5€ for the show). Lunch starts at 13:00 and consists of high quality traditional Spanish tapas.

Address: Pl. de Jerónimo Cuervo 2, 29012 Málaga

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Malaga's Flamenco Art Biennial

Every two years during the 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.

This is a great opportunity for those interested in enjoying flamenco in Malaga. The 9th edition will be celebrated in 2025. For more information: www.malagaenflamenco.com

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