Inaugurated in the eighties with the New York Studio 54 as its reference, the Teatro Barceló was another essential nightspot for the "Movida Madrileña", and still today it is one of the key venues of Madrid's nightlife. Its walls have welcomed nocturnal visitors of the calibre of Andy Warhol, Prince and The Rolling Stones. As a concert venue it has two rooms, the main room and a smaller room called El Cielo de Barceló, which is ideal for more intimate proposals.

Calle Barceló, 11


Located in the heart of Madrid just a few metres away from Puerta del Sol, Joy Eslava has been up and running as a nightclub since February 1981, and it is one of the most emblematic venues of the city. Formerly under the name of Teatro Eslava, it hosted premieres of plays by authors including Lorca, Gala and Valle Inclán, until the eighties when it became the place to be seen for the most famous public figures of the "Movida Madrileña". Since then hundreds of concerts have taken place in the venue, which has a capacity of around one thousand people and which is famous for its balconies that offer an privileged view of the stage.

Calle Arenal, 11


Right in the heart of Malasaña, Taboó has been one of the most renowned places to be in Madrid nocturnal circles for the last 20 years. Designed both as a live show venue and a dance club all together, it has two separate spaces: an upper hall with a reduced capacity and a bottom deck with a stage and a dance floor, surrounded by small stands that create the perfect environment for intimate live shows and DJ sessions. As a club, its strength relies on its spotlight extents: depending on the night, it can host from the latest urban sounds to indie rock or electronic music.

Calle de San Vicente Ferrer, 23




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