This club on the banks of the Manzanares is a major player on the Madrid music scene and is ranked by many as the city's best medium-sized venue. It's certainly popular, and comes equipped with an excellent sound system. All manner of acts have passed through in recent times, among them Missy Elliot, Yo La Tengo, Bloc Party and Jet. After the concerts, this multipurpose venue becomes a club with a solid reputation. It’s large and has a great light show, plays commercial sounds and is favoured by the under-30s crowd.
|Venue name:||La Riviera||Contact:|
Paseo Bajo de la Virgen del Puerto s/n
|Opening hours:||Varies depending on gigs. Club Fri, Sat midnight-5am|
|Transport:||Puerto del Ángel (M: L6)|
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