Enjoy the welcome to New Year 2018 in Palacio del Flamenco with a Flamenco Show and Party, including the Spanish tradition of lucky grapes with New Year's Cocktail and dance with bar (4 cocktails or alcoholic drinks included) until 3am. And if you want something even better, choose the Dinner or VIP Dinner option for a full New Year's Eve evening with gourmet dinner and drinks before the show.
Say farewell to the old year and welcome the new one in style at our special New Year's Eve Flamenco show and party. Choose between show and party only or one of our exclusive dinner options for a full experience, and enjoy our beautiful show of more than 14 artists performing on stage. "Cantaores" (singers), "bailaores" (dancers), guitar players and other musicians create a mixture of flamenco styles from the traditional ones to new fusions for a special evening that you will never forget.Upon entering the venue you will get the typical Spanish cotillion bag to swiftly get into the party mood.If you choose one of our dinner options, you will delight your palate with an outstanding menu: fish and seafood Bouillabaisse with strudel base for starters, sirloin medallions with Christmas foie sauce as main and a sweet apricot strudel with lemon sauce for dessert. Coffee with pastries and liquors are included along other drinks (water, soft drinks, wine and the traditional Catalan cava). When the clock strikes midnight, experience the Spanish tradition of eating a grape each time the bell chimes, the New Year will be a lucky one if you manage to eat all the grapes by the time the bells end. Come to celebrate the New Year's Eve with this peculiar and fun tradition and amange to eat the 12 grapes in time to have a Happy and Successful 2018!Afterwards, begin the new year the best possible way with a party at the Palacio del Flamenco until 3 am, where you will have 4 cocktails or alcoholic drinks included in your ticket. Live this experience in the special atmosphere of a theater from 1920 located in Barcelona downtown, and reopened after deep renovations, on December 2006 under the name Palacio del Flamenco. Since then it has become in a charming local purely dedicated to the art of flamenco.