Party Earth Review Having hosted such legends as Chet Baker and Ella Fitzgerald, Jamboree is steeped in jazz history and firmly holds its place as one of Barcelona’s best live music venues, especially since bebop and Bossa Nova are hardly all to be had here. Patrons of all ages arrive in droves for the nightly concerts, which take place in the club’s brick cellar, while those who have been meaning to check out some Spanish flamenco dancing can just climb the stairs to sister establishment Tarantos, which obliges with two shows a night. Once the impressive live shows are over, Tarantos and Jamboree combine into one of the most popular dance clubs in town. The arched ... more
Plaça Reial, 17
Cities all over the region of Andalucia in the south of Spain claim to be the birthplace of Flamenco dancing with the most commonly accepted narrative being that it originated in the Triana neighborhood across the river in Sevilla. Although Barcelona lies in Catalonia, clear across the other side of the country, it still exhibits the traditional Spanish dance with the same passion and enthusiasm that its performers exude when they present it. There are plenty of places to catch authentic shows on a nightly basis in Barcelona’s Flamenco bars for a culturally rich experience.
One of the Plaça Reial’s most well-known clubs is also one of Barcelona’s most historic jazz clubs. Jamboree Club hosts DJs and performances of all different genres everyday of the week. Included in their rotation are Flamenco nights that turn their normally raucous dance floor into an audience of mesmerized viewers who are captivated by the passion and flare for the dramatic that is necessary to properly perform Flamenco shows.
Although there aren’t many places that function solely as Flamenco bars in Barcelona, there are tons of venues that appreciate the art form and the cultural importance it has to the people of Spain. As a result of that, finding a spot to enjoy a Flamenco performance is easy to do.