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Flamenco Show Seville 2022

Flamenco Show Seville, an emotional show to feel the art of dance and singing.

Daily Flamenco Seville.
Available all year.
1h approx.
Live flamenco show.
 4078 reviews.

Flamenco Show Seville 2022

Flamenco Show Seville, an emotional show to feel the art of dance and singing.

Daily Flamenco Seville.
Available all year.
1h approx.
Live flamenco show.
 4078 reviews.

Our Tablao Flamenco Sevilla is a flamenco show that perfectly fuses the art of singing and dancing. A flamenco show full of passion, emotion and love for the art that you will love.


Dance, singing and flamenco guitar in Seville in this Seville flamenco tablao

Dance, singing and Flamenco Guitar in Seville in this Flamenco Show Seville

This flamenco show is not like the others. It is intimate. Different. Near. Far from the 'clichés' that you can find in Seville.

The Flamenco Show that we propose has its OWN IDENTITY .

We want you to FEEL what FLAMENCO really is.

Enjoy a real flamenco tablao in Seville

You will discover with our show, the real local flamenco.

Real flamenco, what could be seen and felt in Triana in the past; the neighborhood where the true flamenco of Seville was born.

Reduced capacity, the show space is very welcoming thanks to a stage very close to the public , which makes the room become a unique meeting place between the public and the artists.

Tablao de Flamenco Emotional

You will feel yourself the wind of the skirt cutting the air.

You will vibrate to the rhythm of the clapping and the sound of a flamenco guitar.

You will see the Flamenco dance with your own eyes and you will be truly excited.

Lasting one hour, the show includes flamenco singing, dancing and guitar.

It is a local flamenco show in Seville; a perfect show to see the art of flamenco like you never imagined


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Your experience

  • Availability and Prices

    Check the prices of the visit and the availability of hours and days according to the time of year in our reservation calendar.

  • More details of your activity

    If you like art, music and dance, seeing a flamenco show in Seville is the perfect way to understand Andalusian and gypsy culture. Flamenco was born here, in Andalusia, in southern Spain. You also have the option, for an additional price, that we accompany you to the place of the show and have some tapas and a drink before it to explain the origins of flamenco. If you are interested, ask for more information.

    A flamenco show is a fantastic opportunity for travelers to experience the rich history of this unique Spanish culture. You'll be able to hear fantastic music, watch heartbreaking dance sequences, and feel a part of this rich historical tradition by being at the center where talented dancers and musicians perform.

  • Included

    • Local flamenco show
    • Tickets to the Flamenco Show Seville
  • Not included

    • Hotel pick up.
    • Drinks or meals.
  • Cancellation policy

    • High cancellation policy.
    • Reservation and tickets not refunded.
  • What tips do you need to know before your visit?

    • Do not use flash to photograph artists during performance.
  • Rules & Restrictions

    • Late arrivals will not be refunded . The show always starts on time. Punctuality is requested.
  • Accessibility

    • Access to the enclosure without great difficulty.
  • Private Tours

    If you prefer a private visit in your own language, adapted to your needs, consult our private visits section or send us a request through our form: CUSTOM MADE PRIVATE VISIT IN SEVILLE .

  • FAQS: Flamenco Show Seville

    The answers to the most frequently asked questions.


    Flamenco is a Spanish music and dance generally practised by the Roma people (also called "gitanos" and indicated in the text by their name Roma) or gypsies. The roots of flamenco are thought to lie in the movement of people from Rajasthan (in India) to Spain between the 9th and 14th centuries. This migration brought with it musical instruments such as tambourines, bells and wooden castanets, as well as a vast repertoire of songs and dances.


    The soul of flamenco is known as cante. There are three general classifications of flamenco singing: cante jondo, cante intermedio and cante chico. The cante jondo, the most common form of flamenco singing, has a constant rhythm of twelve beats and is usually performed from memory due to its complexity. In contrast, cante intermedio uses a hybrid of Spanish styles such as fandango, but plays at a simpler level than strictly flamenco rhythms and gives opportunity for embellishments. Finally, cante chico often plays with humour or deals with themes of love.


    Each component of the flamenco guitar is made from carefully selected types of wood with their unique tonal properties. The top, back and sides are traditionally made from Spanish cypress, sycamore or rosewood, which explains the characteristic colour of the body. Flamenco guitars are built lighter with thinner tops than classical guitars, which produces a brighter, more percussive sound. The builders also use less internal bracing so that the top has more percussive resonance. The top is usually spruce or cedar, although other woods are now used. Volume has traditionally been very important for flamenco guitarists, as they must be heard above the sound of the dancers' nailed shoes. To increase the volume, harder woods, such as rosewood, can be used for the back and sides, and softer woods for the top.


    It is one of the dances most performed by artists, and it is more suitable for women because of the type of movement. It is a sad palo, which is explained by the movements of the arms, the undulations of the hips and the deformation of the waist. The lyrics talk about sadness, loss, love and many other subjects, but always carry a strong feeling. The lyrics Belar wants to dance first, then zapatateado, which usually ends with bulerías.


    It is an excellent dance full of alegrías that is used as a colophon of other dances (such as soleá or alegrías). It is usually the palo of the so-called "fin de fiesta" in flamenco, i.e. the encore after the show. It is the most joyful and interesting of all the dances, it is characterised by its fast rhythm, there is no doubt that it was born to dance.


    According to many, the Gypsies came from Egypt and this is the last point of collective memory about that journey of so many centuries from another continent was the origin of their name. Therefore, in the Iberian Peninsula they were called egiptanos, a gentilicio that later became Gitanos in Spanish and Ciganos in the Portuguese language. In Britain, however, they were called Egyptians, but it became gipsy or gypsy and in French cigain or, in several variants, Zigeuner (Germanic), tsigane and tzigane.


Please, check the voucher you will receive for the details and specific instructions about this activity.

 Calle Cuna, 15 41004 Seville

  • Martha

    It was a very nice show.
  • Sam

    Lots of energy, passion and a great guitarist.
  • Gerard

    I loved seeing this flamenco show. They did an amazing job during the show.
  • Marion

    I loved seeing this flamenco show. They did an amazing job during the show.

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