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Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural – tickets, prices, timings, what to expect, FAQs

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Take a deep dive into the flamenco art form at Centro Cultural, a theater that opened in 2019 for flamenco artists and audiences. 

Be prepared to be astounded by the sharp turns of flamboyant dancers and the skillful maneuvering of the pitch by singers. 

The fluttering of guitar strings will make you fall for flamenco!

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets to the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural Madrid.

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Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural

What to expect

Casa de la Memoria – Centro Cultural Flamenco

Watch the artists tapping their feet and singing their hearts out on the stage to the tune of the guitar. 

You will be taken on a musical journey to rediscover flamenco at Centro Cultural. 

Absorb the stories narrated by artists immersed in a myriad of emotions that will definitely melt your heart. 

Don’t forget to take a stroll in the Centro Cultural art gallery and shop before or after the flamenco show. 

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Where to book tickets

Tickets to the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural in Madrid are available online and at the attraction.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the attraction.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counters. 

When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments. 

How do online tickets work

Go to the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural Madrid booking page, choose your desired date and time and the number of tickets. 

Upon payment, the tickets will be emailed to you.

Ticket printouts are not required.

On the day of your visit, show the e-ticket on your smartphone at the entrance and walk in.

Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural ticket prices

For the flamenco show at Centro Cultural, visitors aged 15 to 64 years pay €25 for entry.

Children’s tickets, for those between five to 14 years old, are priced at €15. 

Seniors over 64 years and students over 18 years can get the ticket at €20. 

Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural tickets

Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural tickets
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With this ticket, enjoy an outstanding flamenco show at Centro Cultural.

Since no food or drink is allowed during the show, you can live every moment with the artists. 

Marvel at the beauty and technical finesse of the art form – it’s sure to make you emotional! 

The performers don’t depend on microphones or amplifiers to enhance the impact. It’s as real as it gets! 

You can also visit the Plaza de Chueca to get a drink or enjoy the food. 

Guests can also explore the art galleries and shop at the center’s gift shop.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (15 to 64 years): €25
Child Ticket (5 to 14 years): €15
Senior Ticket (65+ years): €20
Student Ticket (18+ years): €20

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How to reach

Centro Cultural is across Calle del Almte Street. 

Address: C. del Conde de Xiquena, 6, 28004 Madrid, Spain. Get Directions

You can get here by bus, train or car. 

By Bus

The nearest bus stops to the theater are Salesas (Bus No. 37) and Biblioteca Nacional (Bus No. 5, 14, 27, 45, 53, 150, N1, N22, N23, N24, N25, and N26).

Both are located within walking distance. 

By Train

Recoletos is the train station closest to the theater. 

By Car

If you’re traveling by car, turn on Google Maps and get started. 

There are parking lots near the attraction. 


The Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural kicks off at 6 pm. 

Guests can pick from two time slots – 6 pm and 7.30 pm. 

How long does the show take

The flamenco show at Centro Cultural lasts about an hour. 

Within a short span of time, you get a wholesome flamenco experience. 

Best time to visit

Best time to visit
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The best time to arrive at Centro Cultural for the Flamenco Show is 30 minutes before the show starts.

Reaching the location early allows you to settle down in your seats and soak in the atmosphere. 

The theater is fully packed with audiences on weekends, so we suggest you attend the show on weekdays. 

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FAQs about the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural

Here are some questions visitors generally ask before going to the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural.

Where can I buy tickets for the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural?

Tourists can buy tickets for the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural online or at the venue, on the day of their visit. For the best experience we suggest you book your tickets online, in advance.

Are drinks included in the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural tickets?

Yes! Guests can choose to drink beer or wine (only 1 drink) based on their taste and preference. 

How many guests can be accommodated at the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural?

The seating capacity of the Centro Cultural is limited to 54 guests.

How are seats allocated at the Flamenco Show at Centro Cultural?

The seats at the show are assigned based on the booking order. 

Does the  Flamenco Show Centro Cultural ticket include food and drinks?

No! The ticket doesn’t include any drink or food. If you wish to eat, head to Plaza de Chueca.

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