What’s On in Madrid

  • One of the leading trade fairs in Spain and one of the most important in the travel industry worldwide (Feria de Madrid. 18-22 January).

    Fitur 2017
  • Fitur


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Madrid is good enough to eat! Get ready for a fortnight of gastronomic delights (21 Jan-5 Feb).

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It's the start of the Year of the Fire Rooster, and Madrid is celebrating this event with countless activities to discover the traditions of the Chinese community (Till 17 February).

First exhibition in Spain dedicated to these early 20th century modern artists (Mapfre Foundation - Recoletos Exhibition Hall. Till 29 January).

The Fernández Montoya Brothers are paying tribute to their grandfather, Farruco (Teatro Nuevo Apolo. 18-21 January).

The Scottish alternative rock band presents its seventh album, Ellipsis, in Spain (WiZink Center. 26 January).

Last chance

Major retrospective of the artist’s oeuvre with works never exhibited before in Spain (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Till 22 January).

February highlights

A necessary encounter with the most important works of the great Dutch graphic artist (Gaviria Palace. 1 Feb-25 Jun).

A selection of lesser-known works by the Irish-born British painter (Círculo de Bellas Artes - Sala Goya. 13 Feb-21 May).

A carefully-selected group of over 60 works from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest that includes paintings by Dürer and Raphael (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. 21 Feb-28 May).

Two major teams in Spanish football are coming face to face in search of victory (Vicente Calderón Stadium. 26 February).

After taking all five continents by storm, the flamenco legend returns to the Spanish capital with her latest show (Teatro Nuevo Apolo. 23 Feb-30 Apr).

Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo perform Prokofiev’s ballet (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 10-12 February).

The legendary English alternative rock band present their latest album Anarchytecture (La Riviera. 10 February).

The young English singer-songwriter returns to Madrid after wowing audiences with his performance at the Mad Cool Festival (Sala But. 18 February ).

One of the most experienced power pop bands is back with its most mature album yet in a career spanning over more than two decades (Joy Eslava. 10 February).

The latest offerings from the international modern art market all under one roof (Feria de Madrid. 22-26 February).

Especially for kids
  • The largest musical production ever seen in Spain. Over 80 million people around the world (Teatro Lope de Vega. Tuesdays to Sundays).

    The Lion King (El Rey León)
  • Large scale Lego sculptures recreate the popular DC Comics characters (Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. Till 5 February).

    The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes
  • In the Espacio Fundación Telefónica you can find this unique collection that traces the history of telecommunications.

    The History of Telecommunications
  • A spectacular ice skating show based on the hit Disney film (WiZink Center. 1-5 March).

    Disney on ice. Frozen
  • The art of the brick: DC Super Heroes
  • Historia de las telecomunicaciones
  • Disney on ice. Frozen
  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place this year and start planning your next visit!

    2017 Events Calendar
  • Billy Elliot, El Musical


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