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Sala Siroco – Reggae Thursdays

Down in the legendary basement of Sala Siroco, great live Spanish reggae acts thunder out unique reggae a la española every Thursday. This is quite possibly the best place for easy skanking and spiritual redemption in Spain. At the very least they’ve redefined the meaning of Thursday for those sensible enough to start their weekend early.

The small club is regularly packed out with lively revelers letting loose their inner Rasta

For anyone familiar with the Spanish reggae scene, bandas like the Emetarians and Raza Guaya regularly grace the stage with their funked up, saxophonic homage to Haile Sellassie. Get familiar with their sounds over here:

http://www.myspace.com/emeterians

And here:

http://www.myspace.com/razaguaya

The small club is regularly packed out with lively revelers letting loose their inner Rasta. Entrance is around €6-8 depending on the artists playing, but that gets you an icy cold beer or cocktail included.

SBT says wine on: Copa included with entry!

Come here if: You want a jolly good reggae rave up on a Thursday night
Don’t come here if: You’ve got important meetings early on Friday morning
When? Thursdays 2100 onwards Where? C/ de San Dimas 3, 28015 Madrid

Website: http://www.siroco.es/fiestas/siroco-es-reggae/  Phone: 915 93 30 70


 



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