Casa de la Música de Miramar
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This is where you go to see the music and dancing of the people! I love some of the regular shows: Alexander Abreu and Havana de Primavera every Tuesday and the iconic Adalberto Álvarez y su Son on Wednesdays at 11pm. Dress light; it gets very hot!
Concerts, go there and check out their schedule. Big Cuban bands play there a few times a week.
It is worth taking a taxi and enjoying a very authentic live music program in an environment away from the habanero tourist earthquake. Every night there are excellent performances of the best bands of the country, of different styles such as jazz, son, salsa or Cuban timba, among many others
To dance Cuban timba: Casa de la Música de Miramar (Ave. 35 and 20, Miramar). There play the best timba orchestras in two sessions: 7pm and 1am.
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“This is a real arts factory. At FAC you can enjoy concerts, performances, photo exhibitions, wacht a movie, you name it. Plus the many bars that offer Cuban and international cocktails. That atmosphere where arts and entertainment are so intertwinned, is really unique.”
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“Known as one of the hottest cabaret shows in the world, the Tropicana Nightclub Show is a world-famous spectacle set in a lush, tropical open-air venue that bursts with colorful lights, glitter, and glam. Salsa-charged and sensual, it’s a must-do activity during any trip to Havana Cuba. This is one of the top things most tourists want to do in Havana. Performers’ gaudy, feathered costumes are spectacles in and of themselves, but it’s the show as a whole that leaves you floored. Tickets are a bit pricey -— roughly $85 USD per person -— but include a welcome drink and cigar. We had a great night there!”
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“The Karl Marx Theatre is a theatre in Havana, Cuba, formerly known as the Teatro Blanquita, and renamed after the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The venue has an enormous auditorium, with seating capacity of 5500 people, and is generally used for big shows by stars from Cuba and abroad”
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“Don Cangrejo’s popularity has grown over the last few years, and now the weekend party crowd of beautiful Cubans pack this outdoor, oceanside bar. The way to play it is to get ice, Cokes and a bottle of Havana Club Especial to share with friends – when you’re not busy dancing that is. This place has a lot of character - it’s right next to the sea, and the dancefloor is in fact a huge covered swimming pool. Make sure you’re there early, otherwise you’ll join the crowd in the line-up outside rather than the crowd on the dance floor inside. The music is provided by great live musicians playing contemporary fusion music. The likes of Kelvis Ochoa, Leoni Torres or QVA Libre ensure the dancefloor.”
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