Flamenco Abierto Nights
If you’re in the Axarquia and want to catch some of the very best flamenco to be seen for many a long mile, then Velez-Malaga’s the place to be.
What: Flamenco Abierto nights in Velez.
Where: Peña Flamenca Niño de Vélez, Calle Tejeda, 10, Velez-Malaga (Google map)
- Friday 6th March – POESÍA Y FLAMENCO con el cante de Mamen Ruiz
- Friday 13th March – El baile de CURRO ROMÁN
- Friday 20th March – El baile de LAURA GUERRA
- Friday 3rd April – El baile de CARRETE DE MÁLAGA (15€)
- Friday 17th April – El baile de AGUEDA SAAVEDRA (15€)
- Friday 24th April – El baile de LUCÍA DE TORROX
Performances start at 22.00 (with doors opening at 21.00).
How much? €10-15
Reservations: To book your tickets use the form below, or call +34 692 897 273.
We’ll see you there.
More About Flamenco Abierto
If you’ve never been to a Flamenco Abierto night what should you expect? The very highest quality flamenco dance, song and guitar work – that’s a given. But it’s much more than that.
What makes it so special – bordering on the unique – is the format. It’s not ‘for the tourists’ – it’s not even really a ‘show’ in the conventional sense of the word. There’s no stage, for starters. The seats are tightly grouped around the artists. So you’re right there, in the midst of the performance. And as a result, you can see every sinew strain, every bead of sweat, every neck bulge and every string reverberate. You, the audience, are a part of it.
It’s a visceral experience. Passionate, joyful, exciting, deeply moving – it’s impossible to come away unaffected.
To find out more about specific nights over the summer, keep an eye on Flamenco Abierto’s Facebook page.
Coming to Velez for the flamenco and looking to make a night of it? Check out our pick of the town’s top places to eat.
And if you’re coming from outside town, here’s a handy guide to where to park.