Places offering live music, including folk, jazz, tango and rock, are scattered all over the city and differ enormously in style and ambience, though the quality is invariably high. For recitals by local bands, check the supplement in Clarín on Fridays (wsi.clarin.com) and the oppositionally named No supplement in Página 12 on Thursdays (wpagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/no). As well as the larger venues like Luna Park, international stars often play at the football stadiums, particularly River Plate’s Monumental – these gigs are widely advertised and are usually best booked through a ticket agency. Tickets are generally sold on the door at the smaller venues, or from ticket agencies such as Ticketek for bigger gigs. If folk music is your thing, check out wfolkloreclub.com.ar.

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