This is the community and meeting point for of all types of rock fans. The group talks about the history of rock, current events, concerts, anecdotes and every thing you need to know to stay up-to-date on the city’s rock scene.
Live music venues
A place with regularly scheduled concerts, good sound and nice décor. Located nearby and easy to get to. It can hold approximately 400 people.
An excellent program of national and international bands both on weeknights and weekends.
An old-style rocker bar open since 1995. It is already a classic in the La Alameda neighborhood.
Opened in 2017, the bar’s decoration is excellent and features live DJs playing rock, pop and Spanish music.
This bar opened in the 1980s, originally as a cultural association dedicated to comics. Fine Arts students helped decorate the space both inside and out. Over time, the association transformed this venue into an original bar with good rock music and concerts.
Held in the Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, CAAC), its first edition in 2018 was presented as a festival to fill the gap in Seville’s music scene, in general, and in terms of blues, in particular.
This interesting festival celebrated its 10th anniversary in Seville at the end of 2018. It is a meeting point for artists, the general public and professionals from the emerging music scene.
Numerous concerts are held from June to September at the CAAC on Cartuja Island.
National and international artists come together for this festival featuring rock, fusion, funk and soul, and there’s also a battle of the bands, with the winners getting to perform one of the two days of this festival.
Latin American Rhythms
By Salsero app
The local salsa community is on the move, literally. Whether you live in Seville or are just passing through, this list features all the places where you can enjoy Latin American rhythms.
Salsa, bachata and kizomba in the biggest space in Seville with a Latin American music party on Thursdays and Fridays, in addition to entertainers, hookahs and shows.
Seville’s old quarter also features this venue for bachata and Cuban salsa lovers. This bar also offers dance classes every day of the week.
One of the spaces with Latino-themed parties every weekend, featuring tango, kizomba and, especially, bachata and salsa
Experience Cuba in Seville, with regular dance classes and parties every weekend. It is a place where rumba and Cuban salsa are the undisputed stars.
Its “Latino Fridays” are really well-known. Enjoy its tasty caipirinhas while dancing to bachata and salsa music.
Welcome to one of the oldest Latin American dance clubs in Seville, with a large dance floor and DJs all weekend long.
All that jazz
This group is for the jazz and blues community in Seville, whether you like to hear live performances or discover new trends and take part in some of the city’s most important events.
A jazz club with a great ambiance, original décor and fantastic sound for live music. It features not only jazz, but also blues, soul, R&B, smooth jazz and jam sessions!
Located in the same space is a music school for those who want to learn to play an instrument or those who already have groups and want to explore jazz as a means to evolve musically.
Located in a privileged spot in the heart of Alameda de Hércules, this is a perfect place to sit back and enjoy good local jazz.
A classic meeting point for musicians and jazz fans in the town of Dos Hermanas in Seville province.
Swing fans should be happy. Seville loves swing music, and this community is the best way to discover everything related. Dare to take your first steps?
Let your body groove every Thursday with the swing music inundating this venue in central Seville. You’ll see lots of couples dancing and having fun in this place oozing incredibly good vibes.
This annual swing event has consolidated itself as one of the best in Europe. Discover other North American dance styles associated to swing, such as the lindy hop, Charleston, balboa and tap dance.
On weekends you can find swing fans dancing in Plaza de la Encarnación, Alameda de Hércules or Paseo del Río. Follow Sevilla Swing Dance to not miss a single event!
Tango in Seville
This association dedicated to promoting tango is also the meeting point for the city’s tango lovers. Seville is just a bit closer to Argentina and Uruguay thanks to this community.
Every Sunday night, enjoy the oldest milonga in the city, La Milonga de Lola.
On some Saturdays every month, people get together to dance La Milonga del Sábado, where fans from Seville and even those from Huelva and Cadiz come to dance.
This annual festival brings together dancers from around the world. Organized by Gastón Godoy and Laura Atienza, the event features workshops and master classes as well as performances and milonga parties.
Organized by Alejandra Sabena, this international festival brings together top-order international masters. The “milongueros” are in charge of creating a unique and magical ambiance.
Enjoy summer nights thanks to La Milonga de La Placita, a marvelous atmosphere in the city center just in front of the Seville Fine Arts Museum (Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla). Follow Casa del Tango Sevilla for all the details!
This is the community to stay up on all the live music events in Seville: acoustic concerts, festivals, national and international tours, etc. Let the music move you and experience seeing the best artists up close!
This venue offers the most varied cultural program throughout the year, with book presentations, plays and acoustic concerts for very small audiences. Some of the artists who have played here include Zahara, Pedro Guerra, Rozalén, Javier Ruibal, The New Raemon, Marwan and more. The entrance is free on Tuesday, and between 8 and 10 artists, poets and musicians meet up to present their work for the first time in public to an audience anxious to discover new talents.
This is the pioneer club. Founded more than 30 years ago on Alameda de Hércules, some of the most famous Spanish artists have played here: Pereza, Supersubmarina, Silvio and Pablo Carbonell, among others.
This is the city’s most important music festival, bringing together more than 20,000 fans. It is held in May at the Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, CAAC). After several editions, artists such as Love of Lesbian, Lori Meyers, Coque Malla, Iván Ferreiro, Loquillo, Maga, Sidonie and Fangoria have all performed here.
This festival is held from May to June in the Casino de la Exposición gardens, a magnificent space created for the 1929 Ibero-American Expo held in Seville. Since 2009, groups such as Niños Mutantes, The Divine Comedy, Julieta Venegas, Christina Rosenvinge and León Benavente have performed here.