Music in Madrid

  • Chamber music festival that is the reuniting of music and culture in the gardens of the ORCAM Foundation (Headquarters of the ORCAM Foundation. 24, 25, 26 and 30 June / 2, 3, 7, 9 and 10 July).

    Fuera de Red, Evenings in the Hortaleza Gardens
  • Fuera de Red

2020 highlights

Classic music and nature come together on summer nights when the Bankia Symphonic Orchestra performs pieces by Bach or Saint-Saëns, among others (Royal Botanic Gardens. Fridays. 3 Jul-25 Sept).

After performing at the Mad Cool festival, the young Australian multi-instrumentalist will give her first solo concert in Madrid (WiZink Center. 1 September).

Leiva, Coque Malla, Vetusta Morla and Crystal Fighters will take part in the tenth anniversary of the festival (Campus de la Universidad Complutense. 11-12 September).

The French counter tenor, accompanied by his Ensemble Artaserse, will be performing music by Vivaldi, Porpora, Handel and Caldara (Teatro Real. 5 October).

The Portuguese pianist will give a recital that includes Beethoven’s last sonata (Teatro Real. 12 October).

The British singer and songwriter presents his latest album, Sometimes It's Something, Sometimes It's Nothing at All (La Riviera. 14 October).

The American alternative pop rock band led by vocalist, Ryan Tedder, presents its fifth album, Human (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 2 November).

The legendary rock group, will perform its first LP, Shake Your Money Maker, and other hits (WiZink Center. 12 November).

The British artist's No More Tours 2 tour will have only one stop in Spain and will feature Judas Priest as special guest (WiZink Center. 22 November).

The Scottish band is back on stage to commemorate the 30th anniversary of its debut album, Southside (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 28 November).

  • Bon Iver, Lila Downs, Harry Styles, Dua Lipa, Bad Religion, Nick Cave, Aerosmith, Simple Minds, Queen + Adam Lambert...

    Unmissable concerts in 2021
  • Harry Styles


On Sunday 21 June, the three-month state of emergency declared in response to the coronavirus pandemic came to an end. The borders have now been reopened to visitors arriving from Schengen countries and the UK, and people are allowed to travel freely around the country.

Since Saturday, 4 July 2020 (Friday night to Saturday morning) borders will effectively be reopened for residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.



Make your way up to the observation deck for some stunning views.

Climb on board and discover the city in a panoramic format.

To enjoy amazing spring plans in Madrid.

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

    Getting around Madrid
  • All public parks and gardens in the city are now open to the public. Please keep in mind that some of them may be reopening under reduced opening hours or capacity.

    Parks and Gardens