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El Sol

El Sol

Contacts

Country: Spain

City: Madrid

Address: Jardines, 3 Madrid 28013

Phone number: +34 915 32 64 90

Photos

Sonando a gloria en El Sol
Sonando a gloria en El Sol
El otro día vimos a Talisco, una formación francesa que s...
El otro día vimos a Talisco, una formación francesa que s...
Rocknrolllllllll sí señor!
Rocknrolllllllll sí señor!
Disfrutar, no, lo siguiente!!! Eso es lo que provocan Los...
Disfrutar, no, lo siguiente!!! Eso es lo que provocan Los...
Todos contigo Susana! Power!!
Todos contigo Susana! Power!!
Gracias a todo el equipo que lo hizo posible.
Gracias a todo el equipo que lo hizo posible.
From The Sick Rose Archive: Live at El Sol, Madrid, May 5...
From The Sick Rose Archive: Live at El Sol, Madrid, May 5...
Crowds have been extra rowdy on this tour. So much love t...
Crowds have been extra rowdy on this tour. So much love t...
THEIR FIRST CONCERT. My producer band.
THEIR FIRST CONCERT. My producer band.
#TheLimboos
#TheLimboos
Lord I don't even know my name <br />
#spectrum #spac...
Lord I don't even know my name
#spectrum #spac...
Fiesta Latina #elsol #fiestalatina
Fiesta Latina #elsol #fiestalatina

Reviews

#1
Thank you for sharing! Its very interesting to know your view, here you can find more things to do in Madrid
Review by Alberto M

Source: https://www.timeout.com/

#2
Just saw a concert here and I loved the venue! It’s relatively small, so the show felt very intimate. Friendly staff, clean restrooms, overall a really nice space. It was a bit difficult to locate (especially with no line outside), but once I was inside, I had a great time! I’d definitely return.
Review by kennreyn

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#3
Saw Bear's Den here last week. Friendly club, friendly staff, helpful door staff. Great atmosphere. Central location. Great band.
Review by 289dawnw

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#4
Lo mejor el personal! Sienten el local como suyo y siempre saben quien es cada quien que acude a su local. Recomendable 100%
Review by Carlos Daniel Riella

Source: https://www.google.com/

#5
Sala de conciertos y para quedarse luego a tomar una copa. Los conciertos que hacen son de todo tipo de música, aunque una vez acabados, la música que ponen es más bien electrónica, dance, funky y ese estilo. No es muy grande pero el espacio está bien distribuido, dos barras y varios camareros, los baños estan el el piso de abajo junto con el ropero, y bastante limpios. Los precios de las bebidas son caros como todas las discotecas de Madrid, pero el ambiente es agradable.
Review by veronica muñoz de blas

Source: https://www.google.com/

#6
Just a few metres off Gran Vía lies Sala Sol. This club attracts a varied crowd from Spanish fiesteros to tourists, and is perfect for those looking to escape repetitive dance anthems and over-enthusiastic young clubbers. The unique atmosphere gives you the impression of drinking and partying off the beaten tourist trail, despite the central location. The music is a trendy mixture of 70s funk mixed with hip hop, which will keep you dancing until right through to morning. The club tends to fill up by 3 am, reflecting the type of clubbers who go here; rather than the hardcore crowd, Sala Sol draws the chilled-out partygoer who likes to make the most of Madrid’s varied bar scene before hitting la discoteca. After paying the €10 entry, you descend a spiral staircase that leads you into the club itself. The room is L-shaped and fairly well lit for a club, giving the setting a different air to the Star Wars vibe of smoky, laser-lit venues. The mood is at once lively and relaxed. For those wishing to drink and chat there is seating along one side of the L, while the dance floor offers plenty of space to throw some shapes. There is even a stage for those happy to show off any particularly impressive moves. Sala Sol has plenty of character and history, and offers an unpretentious style. The location takes the stress out of the journey home with taxis and metros all within five minutes of the dance floor. On the downside, the music can suffer from a lack of variation and those returning on a regular basis can find the DJ’s playlist a little repetitive. But then most nights out see the current chart played to death, so what’s wrong with getting the most out of 70s funk? €10 entry includes a free drink and prices are what you’d expect from a Madrid venue, at around €8 for a copa.
Review by Billy E.

Source: https://www.partyearth.com

#7
To me, a club is a club. i'm not a big club person so I can't really comment on how good this was at a club. I had a good time there, but I usually have a good time wherever I go. The club itself was pretty packed and most of the people were on the dance floor. It was kind of nice to be in a club that didn't have a bunch of smoke machines and laser lights. It was pretty expensive to buy drinks there but that was to be expected at a Madrid club. If you like clubs, you will probably like it here at Sol.
Review by Jody P.

Source: https://www.partyearth.com

Description

A steady flow of top live acts passes through El Sol, another remnant of the Movida. The décor is not up to much, but the vibe and the programme make up for that. A mixture of rock, rhythm and blues, punk, soul, and hip hop from national outfits are complemented by visits from international acts that have included the Bellrays, Snow Patrol and Gigolo Aunts. After the concerts, at weekends, you can stay until dawn enjoying a drink and a dance to classic rock and pop mixed with more current music. The average age of the clientele is late-20s to 30s.

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