Time Out says
Posted: Thu May 1 2014
This emblematic jazz club opened in 1981, and for eight years served as the set for the TV programme 'Jazz Entre Amigos'. Stocking what is apparently the widest range of cavas and champagnes in Madrid, Clamores has quite a varied programme these days, with tango, pop, rock, bossa, samba and folk all on the bill, as well as the jazz that made its name. The live acts sprawl into late-night jam sessions on Friday and Saturday nights. Its stage has seen some famous international artists like Ara Malikian and tickets are very reasonably priced, costing around €10. Thanks to its great music and long history, Clamores is one of the top venues on the Spanish concert scene.
Clamores Alburquerque, 14
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