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Where/How to find good quality flamenco during a first visit to Andalucia?

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We will be visiting Andalucia in the off season, 3 weeks in March edging into April, I am trying to understand where to find good quality flamenco performances. We will be in Cordoba, Seville, Jerez and the Costa del Sol on a slow enough pace that we will have time to seek out each city's flamenco.

I'm just not sure if we will find this combined with a restaurant meal, at a local bar or a theatre. I think I would rather be somewhere food is not served; unless it is not too distracting. Can we buy tickets the same day as a performance or are reservations required? Will we also find included performances by guitar soloists along with flamenco dance? Knowing that my husband enjoys listening to classical guitarists more than watching dance, I can entice him to watch flamenco if there will likely be a guitar solo included in the program ;;) We attended a wonderful flamenco performance at the Barcelona Palau de la Musica Catalana during our last visit to Spain.

Can you give me any suggestions/tips how or where to find good flamenco in the cities we will be visiting? Thank you, Deborah

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