Choose from three nightly showtimes to suit your evening schedule, and make your way to Los Tarantos, a typical flamenco tablao located on the Plaça Reial in the heart of Barcelona’s historic Gothic Quarter. Plan to arrive at least 20 minutes early, as seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, and entrance lines often form due to the club’s famous reputation. If you like, purchase a drink at the bar before settling into your seat.
For more than 50 years, Los Tarantos has drawn crowds of locals and visitors alike thanks to its constantly rotating lineup of some of the region’s most talented dancers and musicians, including contemporary artists like Alba Carmona,Yolanda Cortés, Iván Alcalá, Iñaki Màrquez, and David Domínguez. The show’s producers maintain high standards of artistic integrity, resulting in top-notch performances that represent the authentic spirit of flamenco.
During the 35-minute performance, get lost in the sights and sounds of flamenco as the performers present soulful combinations of guitar, singing, and rhythmic dancing. A different cuadro, or troupe, performs each night of the week for a fresh and engaging lineup.