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The British punk rock singer is coming to Madrid as part of his Live on Mars Tour, performing tracks from his second album, Weird! (La Riviera. 2 May).

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Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

An exhibition exploring the relationship between the two artists (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 11 Oct 2022-15 Jan 2023).

Florentina Holzinger

The Austrian choreographer and performer is bringing to Spain a brand-new performance based on the romantic ballet from the early 19th century (Teatros del Canal - Sala Verde. 9 and 10 February).

PABLO RUIZ PICASSO, CABEZA DE MUJER, 1908 Bronce patinado (a partir de original en terracota) Ed. 6/6. 18,1 x 16 x 12 cm. Colección del museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando. © VEGAP (Visual Entidad de Gestión de Artistas Plásticos)

An exhibition of 60 works that showcase the painter’s facet as a portrait artist (San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. 16 Feb-15 May).

(LA)HORDE - Ballet National de Marseille

A modern dance and electronic music show reflecting on the beauty of chaos (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 24 and 25 March).

Feria Internacional de Arte BADA

The major congress that has revolutionised the way of buying and selling art is coming to Spain for the first time (Satelite Madrid Arena Pavilion - Casa de Campo Park. 5-8 May).

Love Chapter II

The esteemed Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal offers a dance show that picks up where OCD Love left off (Conde Duque. 31 Mar-4 Apr).

Signum String Quartet

The German chamber quartet is offering a recital in which it performs a selection of works by composers like Schubert and Janácek (Teatros del Canal - Sala Verde. 6 March).

Bullet For My Valentine

The Welsh metalcore and thrash band will be touring their seventh self-titled (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 21 February).

Nicki Nicole

The rising star of trap and Latin music will be performing tracks from her latest album Parte de mí (El Invernadero - Las Ventas. 24 February).

Marina Abramović, Coming and going, 1973-2016. (Detail). Cortesía del archivo Marina Abramović

The artist's first individual show in Madrid for a decade, exhibiting eleven photographs and her film 7 deaths about the life of Maria Callas (La Nave Sánchez-Ubiria. 16 Feb-19 Mar).

Global Mobility Call

The largest international conference devoted to the sustainable mobility of people and goods (IFEMA MADRID - Hall 4. 14-16 June).

Atlético de Madrid - Manchester United (UEFA Champions League

After qualifying with a win against Porto, the Madrid side will be taking on Manchester, the top qualifying team in the first stage of group F matches (Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 15 February).

Emociones: Espectáculo Flamenco

An authentic flamenco show featuring mesmerizing dance, singing and guitar playing (Madrid Flamenco Theatre at Teatro Alfil. Monday to Sunday. Till 30 December).

Frida Kahlo - La Experiencia

An immersive experience that takes you on a journey through the life of this artist, recognised as a pop icon of Mexican culture (Palacio Neptuno. 17 Dec-29 May).

Real Madrid - FC Barcelona (Liga Santander)

The classic is back, one of the most awaited matches in which the Madrid side clashes with the blue and red side (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 20 March).

Real Madrid –  Granada CF (Liga Santander)

The team coached by Ancelotti is playing at home to Granada, managed this season by Robert Moreno (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 6 February).

Real Madrid - Deportivo Alavés (Liga Santander)

The team from Alava comes to the Madrid ground with the aim of taking away three points (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 20 February).

Copa Europea de la Solidaridad (European Solidarity Cup)

Solidarity initiative by Real Madrid, FC Bayern and Inter Milan in support of the heroes who are fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. In 2021. Date to be confirmed).

George Inness. Mañana , c. 1878. Óleo sobre lienzo sobre cartón. 76,2 x 114,3 cm. © Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

140 American paintings, mainly from the 19th century, owned by the museum and the Thyssen family (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 14 Dec-26 Jun 2022).