Empedrada Street in Jerez's most traditional neighbourhood, San Miguel, is home to the third oldest flamenco club in the city and one of the best places to hear gypsy singing which you cannot miss on your visit: the Peña Bulería. The shows are simply to entertain tourists, but since 1977 it has been struggling to keep the essence of this art. Surely you remember the beautiful pictures and saetas sung to Christ at Easter from the Peña balcony? It made your hair stand on end. In this club, prestigious flamenco festivals such as 'De Peña en Peña' or 'Las Noches de San Telmo' are celebrated with new artists and other acclaimed performers - so if you want to experience an authentic Jerez flamenco night, do not miss this place.
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