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Scene veteran Pepe Murillo run this peña near the Jaén museums.
The Teatro Municipal Alberto Saavedra Pérez has an ambitious program of folklore shows, folk-music concerts and foreign theatrical presentations...
Also open for lunch (B$35) with no show.
The city's best-known peña is aimed at tourists and Bolivian business people. The attached restaurant specializes in Bolivian cuisine, including llama steak, Lake Titicaca trout, charquekan (jerky) and salads.
Housed in a beautiful colonial building, this upmarket peña (folk music) is called Rincon Colonial de La Paz, and offers a regular, but enjoyable peña experience.
Bebop fans love this charmingly low-key bar for its live and often impromptu performances and great atmosphere. The marquee promotes upcoming sessions.
Flavio Machicado opened his home to music lovers in 1922 and the paceña tradition is continued by his son, Eduardo...
This arts complex has rotating exhibits, live music (Thursday through Saturday), a decent restaurant and terrace cafe. They call it the Luna Llena rock bar come 8pm.
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