The most important flamenco event in Spain arrives at Seville.

The most important flamenco event in Spain arrives at Seville.

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We have had to wait 2 years to enjoy again the best flamenco event in Spain, the Bienal de Flamenco of Seville, which will be hold in the Andalusian capital from the 12th of September to the 5th of October.

In this new edition, the Sevillian stages will become exceptional dancefloors for flamenco where artists such as Tomatito and Dani de Moron will perform. But this year’s lineup will also include the voices and art of José de la Tomasa, Merche Esmeralda, Israel Galván, Rocío Márquez…

To these flamenco shows in Seville, we have to add a wide range of alternative leisure proposals and activities that will bring flamenco closer to all publics, from all ages and origins. The public spaces of the city will be improvised stages where we will enjoy from outdoor documentaries to flamenco amateurs meetings and workshops for children. Squares, parks, gardens and the most important commercial areas of the city will be filled with passion, singing and dancing throughout the day.

Schools will also organise different educational activities about flamenco and unique exhibitions about the life and art of genius like Paco de Lucía and Enrique Morence will be held, together with a documental series about women and flamenco and guitar classes for professionals.

In brief, almost a complete month around traditional and modern flamenco, fusion and the novelties about this art. The city has been getting ready for weeks to hold this art exhibition, and many hotels in Seville are already full.

But do not despair: you still have time to find an accommodation in the centre of Seville at good prices booking directly here, on the official website of Petit Palace. Choose your hotel in Santa Cruz neighbourhood or near the main tourist attractions of the city and enjoy the best flamenco in Seville without worries.

The true spirit of Andalusia and the guaranty of Petit Palace.

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