¿Qué es flamenco?

Tudela 25 Agosto | 2021


Pamplona 26/29 Agosto | 2021

Niña Pastori

Javier Ruibal

Manuel Liñán


Antonio Reyes

Israel Fernández



Pastora Galván

Jesús Carbonell


India Martínez


Ángel Ocray y Luis Chaves 'El Piti'

Pepe Habichuela y Kiki Morente

Flamenco on Fire

The Flamenco on Fire Festival was born in 2014 in Pamplona with the goal of creating a groundbreaking cultural event that could reflect the different expressions of the flamenco scene. Flamenco on Fire gathers annually in Navarra the best stablished artists and the emerging ones, in all flamenco disciplines.

The festival, besides celebrating the figure of Maestro Sabicas and highlihting his legacy, incorporates in every edition a subject that imbues all the program under a contemporary design standpoint. This year, the theme turns around a reflexión through the question “what is flamenco?”

Greats Concerts

The Great Concerts cycle will present artistic proposals in the framework of the main Navarrese theaters, Baluarte and Gayarre in Pamplona, and Gaztambide in Tudela, under a plurality of different approaches to current flamenco art.

Escenario Ciudadela SXXI

The park of the citadel of Pamplona, ​​flanked by walls from the 16th and 17th centuries and declared a Site of Cultural Interest, represents the association of tradition and the avant-garde that houses the Ciudadela Siglo XXI stage within the Flamenco on Fire program. An open-air location, surrounded by vegetation and in which the most advanced and disruptive proposals of the current flamenco scene will gather. On August 28 Frank Maza will open the program and later Niño de Elche will perform, presenting two musical proposals based on sound experimentation and showing their unique way of understanding flamenco, artists always ready to push boundaries. One day later, August 29, it will be the turn of Big Lois and Juanito Makandé, who will bring us dazzling fusion in which the flamenco tradition is twinned with hip-hop, trap, Latin, pop and other sounds. A quadruple appointment that shows that there are other ways to approach and show flamenco.


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Streets, kiosks and patios

Flamenco on Fire brings flamenco to Tudela through the free cycle called streets, balconies and patios that will take place on August 25. Thus, in the Plaza de los Fueros you will be able to see the recitals of José Jiménez 'Tío Selin' and José Jiménez 'Hijo', and Ángeles Toledano and Benito Bernal, while the “Fernando Remacha” Conservatory will host Juanfra Carrasco and Nono Reyes, as well as the guitar of Jesús del Rosario that same day, the date on which you will also be able to enjoy Maui's performance at the Bardenas Reales Headquarters.

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Streets, balconies and patios

The cycle takes once again some of the most emblematic and historical corners of Pamplona / Iruña to turn them into the settings in which the public can discover some of the main current artists. The balcony of the City Council will once again be the epicenter of cante, with Inés Bacán and Antonio Moya (August 26), Dolores "La Agujetas" and Domingo Rubichi (27), Niño de Elche and Raúl Cantizano (August 28) and Pansequito and Miguel Salado will close on Sunday (29). The Civivox Condestable corrala will host live performances by Rycardo Moreno (August 26), Inés Bacán and Antonio Moya (27), Juanjo Navas and Enrique 'El Vaca' (28) and Yerai Cortés (29). Then it will be the turn of the Ezpeleta Palace where we will meet Dolores "La Agujetas" and Domingo Rubichi (August 26), Rycardo Moreno and Ané Carrasco (27), David Carpio and Francisco Vinuesa (28) and Diego del Morao and Israel will Suárez ”Piraña” will close the program (29). The children's show "La Sirenita entre Mares Andaluces" (The Mermaid between Andalucian Seas) can be enjoyed in the Baluarte Chamber Hall on August 28 and 29.

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Its main goals are the dissemination of the flamenco art in all its manifestations and the approach of flamenco to all audiences of the Navarra territory. The F on Fire cycle takes on its own identity to bring closer several proposals in different historic and unique locations of the Navarra geography, while opening program spaces to enhance the flamenco talent of artists from Navarra and other locations of the North of Spain.


Jornadas Eterno Sabicas

With the figure of maestro Sabicas as a benchmark for flamenco created in Navarra, Flamenco on Fire presents the Eternal Sabicas Days within its program. A series of discussions, roundtables and presentations that reflect on the enormous cultural legacy of flamenco. On Thursday August 26, Dolores “La Agujetas", Inés Bacán and Amparo Niño will participate in the roundtable “Mujeres y flamenco” (Women and flamenco), moderated by Sara Arguijo. On Friday 27, Juan Luis Cano, from the duo Gomaespuma, singer Cristina Soler and guitarist Salva del Real will participate in the conference-concert “Cómo me aficioné al flamenco” (How I became fond of flamenco). On August 28 it will be the turn for the presentation of the book “De la noche a la mañana” (From night to morning), by José María Velázquez-Gaztelu, presented by Fermín Lobatón. On August 29, Josemi Carmona, José Manuel Gamboa, Javier Limón and Fernando Vacas will participate in the roundtable “Dáme más reverb!: Flamencos en el estudio” (Give me more reverb !: Flamencos in the studio). In addition, from August 26 to 29 you will be able to enjoy the guided tours, "La Pamplona de Sabicas", which run through iconic places in the life of the Maestro.


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