Andalucia in Spain is an excellent place to see flamenco. These festivals are mostly reserved for the original flamenco, and you won’t hear anything but voice and guitar notes. During these festivals, you might enjoy genuine flamenco. Performances are held throughout the cities in Andalucia.

What date is the Flamenco Festivals in Andalucia 2021 ?
Flamenco Festivals in Andalucia starts on Tuesday, 15 Jun 2021 and ends on Wednesday, 01 Sep 2021 and it lasts for 78 days.

Most Flamenco Festivals in Andalucia are held in the town’s bullring or an open field, and they will normally start around ten-thirty and go on until three or four in the morning and even the most ardent of fans will find it exhausting to last the course of the night.

Thanks to the warm summer nights, most events are held in the open air – usually in the town’s bullring or an open field. People from all levels of society will be in attendance as its time for relaxation and fun.

Younger women usually wear traditional dress designs and silk shawls during the Flamenco Festival. The smell of jasmine that mingles with the warm summer air makes an attractive and pleasant romantic setting.

Andalucia Flamenco Festivals

Flamenco festivals are held in every larger town in Andalucia. These are set at different dates each year. In the table below, you might find information regarding some of the major and the most popular flamenco festivals in Andalucia.

CityFestival NameMonth
Alhaurín de la TorreFestival Torre del CanteJune
UtreraPotaje GitanoJune
LebrijaCaracolá LebrijanaJuly
AloraFestival de cante grandeJuly
GranadaGranada de nocheAugust
GranadaFestival de cante grandeAugust
Mairena del AlcorFestival de Cante jondo A. MairenaSeptember
MálagaBienal de Arte Flamenco de Málaga ☆September 🞱
SevilleBienal de Flamenco de Sevilla ☆September 🞱🞱
🞱 Marks festivals celebrated every other year (biannual) – 2019, 2021, 2023
🞱🞱 Marks festivals celebrated every other year (biannual) – 2020, 2022, 2024
☆ Marks the largest festival/s

Depending on the town’s history of flamenco singers, and I say singers because the festivals are dedicated to the cante, will depend on the quality of the show.

Most festivals are held in the town’s bullring or an open field, and they will normally start around ten-thirty and go on until three or four in the morning and even the most ardent of fans will find it exhausting to last the course of the night.