Sala Siroco

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Sala Siroco Sala Siroco in Malasaña is a great alternative Madrid club/lounge with eclectic music nightly. Put your dancing shoes on and get to Madrid with Party Earth. Madrid Spain 40.427001 -3.707757
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Party Earth Review Slightly off the main drag of Calle de la Palma, Sala Siroco is a popular club/lounge that promises a weekly lineup of top local DJs and up-and-coming indie acts. The all-black exterior belies the colorful explosion inside... ... read full review

  • Neighborhood:

    Noviciado / Tribunal
  • Address:

    Calle San Dimas, 3
    28015 Madrid

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  • Metro:

    2: Noviciado; 1, 10: Tribunal; 3: Ventura Rodriguez

  • Phone:

    91 593 30 70

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Club: W–Su 11:30pm–5am
    Lounge: Daily 7pm–5am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Sala Siroco Review

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Sala Siroco in Malasaña is a great alternative Madrid club/lounge with eclectic music nightly. Put your dancing shoes on and get to Madrid with Party Earth.

Slightly off the main drag of Calle de la Palma, Sala Siroco is a popular club/lounge that promises a weekly lineup of top local DJs and up-and-coming indie acts.

The all-black exterior belies the colorful explosion inside, which begins with past and future event flyers collaged down the entryway.

Most patrons head straight for the downstairs club, where hip, fun–loving crowds pack in to groove to reggae beats, rock out to metal, swing dance to jazz, and who knows what else based on the night.

There’s usually a nook or two for those looking for a little less bounce and maybe even some conversation between sets, though most guests show up for the music and to let loose beneath the flashing disco lights popping across the ceiling.

The upstairs lounge feels worlds away with its distinctly chiller vibe and large murals of proud and sexy afro-sporting DJs and other 70s pop art on the golden walls.

Plaid-clad patrons congregate near the bar or in the open space by the DJ booth/make-shift stage, which normally plays host to quieter acts like acoustic bands or ambient mixes.

Even in winter, the party continues outside as smokers and sweaty dancers in need of a cool-down stumble up and out on the cobblestones.

With no official closing time for the club and a cover that rarely exceeds €12, Sala Siroco makes it easy to dance until the sun says ¡Hola, Madrid!

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Tip from Jonah:

The bar staff really knows their music. If you’re looking for the inside scoop on upcoming shows at Siroco or anywhere else in Madrid, they will be of great help.

  • Crowd

    Dorky college students, mustache-sporting hipsters, genre-specific beat hunters, and fun-loving dancers, 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live music/DJs nightly playing various genres.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    No food. Coat check.

  • Prices

    Cover €0–€12/includes one drink. Beer €3.50–€, cocktails €7–€8. Free coat check.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Hipster casual: graphic t-shirts, vests, collared button-downs with jeans, colorful vintage ensembles, slinky dresses, geek chic.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any night a band/DJ of interest is on the calendar, and Thursdays through Saturdays for generally the largest crowds and biggest names.

  • Close By

    Café La Palma (Calle de la Palma, 62) is a small club with similar diverse live acts and DJs that’s also a good spot to chill earlier in the evening before the music kicks off.

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