Classical Music in La Paz

Las Flaviadas

Flavio Machicado opened his home to music lovers in 1922 and the paceña tradition is continued by his son, Eduardo. Enter the genteel Sopocachi home and listen to two hours of classical music, from Bach to Bolivian …
Traditional Music in Santa Cruz

El Rincón Salteño

Traditional peñas (folk-music programs) are scarce in modern Santa Cruz, but this is an excellent choice. Positioned on the second anillo, there’s a great variety of musical styles, from Argentine guitarists to Cuba…
Traditional Music in La Paz

Peña Huari

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.
Live Music in Cochabamba


Things don't get going at this underground music spot until late. DJs, live raggaeton, cumbia, jazz, techno – pretty much everything under the sun. Cheap beer and an Italian menu will get you started if you're there…
Live Music in La Paz

Centro Arte y Culturas Bolivianos

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.
Traditional Music in La Paz

Casa del Caminante

Scene veteran Pepe Murillo run this peña near the Jaén museums.
Traditional Music in La Paz

Peña Parnaso

Also open for lunch (B$35) with no show.
Live Music in Sucre

Teatro al Aire Libre

Southeast of the center, this large outdoor amphitheater hosts regular live musical and other performances.
Live Music in Samaipata

Melody Park

A block southwest from the plaza, Melody Park has regular live shows and bawling karaoke.