You could say that Joy Eslava is 'Madrid's discotheque'. The venue began life as a theatre in 1871 but is now known for music sessions featuring House, Dance, Techno, Funky, Pop-Rock and other new trends.It has a glamorous, varied and cosmopolitan clientele ranging from models, actors, singers and sporting personalities to Spanish and international tourists who want to experience Madrid at night. Joy Eslava has a floor area of over 2,000 square metres with four different levels for the public and additional spaces for workshops, dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, etc. It hosts dances and many other social and cultural events such as fashion parades, and film and disc premières. On Friday and Saturday afternoons they hold 'Joy Light' sessions, aimed at 14- to 18-year olds, at which no tobacco or alcohol is sold. In recent years it has become established as one of Madrid's cult concert venues, a favourite with artists, who like the intimate atmosphere and proximity to the audience.
Mon-Thu 12.00am – 5.30am Fri-Sat 12.00am – 6.00am Sun 12.00am – 5.30am.
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