Unmissable concerts in 2019


The Welsh bass-baritone, one of the greatest Wagnerian voices, makes his debut at the Teatro Real in a concert with works by Wagner, Boito and Weill (Teatro Real. 22 February).


The incredible singer, arranger, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist is bringing his multimedia show to the Spanish capital (La Riviera. 31 January).


The successful Irish rock band will give a concert to promote Wilderness, their first album in seven years (La Riviera. 14 February).


The duo from Bristol are on a European tour to commemorate the 21st anniversary of their legendary album Mezzanine (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 17 February).


Following the release of her second album the British singer-songwriter has set off on a European tour (La Riviera. 1 March).


The American hip hop and alternative rock duo will visit Spain as a part of their The Bandito Tour (WiZink Center. 16 March).


Florence Welch and her band will perform songs from High As Hope, their new stripped-down album (WiZink Center. 21 March).


The Danish singer behind hits like 7 and Mama Said will perform tracks from his third studio album 3 (The Purple Album) (La Riviera. 17 April).


The acclaimed British songwriter and guitarist will be stopping in Spain during his world tour Down The Road Wherever (WiZink Center. 28 April).


After their incredible 2018 tour, the legendary trash metal band return with their WorldWired Tour (Valdebebas - IFEMA. 3 May).


The great Italian musician and orchestra conductor bids farewell to a career spanning sixty years with his first and only concert in Spain (WiZink Center. 7-8 May).


The English superstar continues to promote his latest album Divide (Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 11 June).


Nation of Two is the new studio album of the Australian musician (La Riviera. 13 June).


One of the most acclaimed and revered artists of all times is bidding his fans a final farewell with his mega Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour (WiZink Center. 26 June).


The legendary rock band returns to Madrid for their one and only Spanish concert (Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 7 July).


The famous flamenco guitarist will perform El amor brujo, Canciones y danzas de Dulcinea and Joaquín Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 12 July).


Plácido Domingo leads a cast in this concert version of Giuseppe Verdi's opera (Teatro Real. 14, 17 and 20 July).


The British trio have chosen Madrid for their only Spanish concert on their Simulation Theory World Tour (Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 26 July).

The new post-millennial pop teen on her way to superstardom presents her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (WiZink Center. 3 September).

The legendary American hard rock and metal singer returns after 9 years with his Ol Black Eyes Is Back tour (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 7 September).

The successful girl band returns to Spain as a part of their The LM5 Tour where they will perform hits from their last album (WiZink Center. 16 September).

The Canadian crooner and 4-time Grammy winner is back after a two-year hiatus with a new album (WiZink Center. 28 September).

The international pop star arrives to Madrid with her The Inner Monologue Tour. (Teatro Barceló Tclub. 4 October).

A merger between music, feelings and nature by the Italian composer and pianist (Teatro Real. 5 November).

The year will wrap up with a concert from the famous singer, the only one he'll be giving in Spain in 2019 (WiZink Center. 7 December).

One of the great rock stars returns to Madrid as part of his new Shine a Light Tour 2019 (WiZink Center. 9 December).


    Marilyn Manson

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  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place this year in Madrid and start planning your next visit!

    2019 Events Calendar
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  • Discover the city's most popular sights and attractions, from one of Europe's largest royal palaces to the magnificent Prado Museum and Real Madrid's stadium. 

    Madrid Top 10
  • Palacio de Cristal
  • Beckmann, Lempicka, Banksy, Leonardo Da Vinci, Jaume Plensa, H.C. Westermann, Balthus, Toulouse-Lautrec, Fra Angelico, Auschwitz...

    Must-see exhibitions in 2019
  • La Anunciación. Fra Angelico. 1425 - 1426. Oro y temple sobre tabla. 194cm x 194cm.
  • Check out online or download our monthly bilingual magazine, packed with events, useful information and a map of Madrid and its metro.

    esMADRIDmagazine July/August 2019
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  • Madrid's excellent transport system allows you to get around the city quickly and safely by bus, metro, train or taxi.

    Getting around Madrid
  • After a long day touring the city, relax on a terrace with a drink or a meal and watch the sun set.

    Outdoor Bars and Cafés
  • Terrazas de Madrid
  • Discover 10 places off the beaten track that your trip to Madrid wouldn't be complete with visiting. 

    Alternative Top 10
  • Templo de Debod
  • There are plenty of green spaces in Madrid, offering a peaceful interval of relief under the deep-blue sky.

    Parks and Gardens
  • Make the most of the city's discount cards to save time and money on Madrid's transport network and top museums.

    Tourist Passes