Che Malambo

Malambo began in the 17th century as competitive duels that tested skills of agility, strength and dexterity among the gaucho (South American cowboy). It soon evolved to include its hallmark, zapateo, the fast-paced footwork inspired by the rhythm of galloping horses.

The powerhouse all-male Argentinian dance company, Che Malambo, excites audiences with their percussive dance and music spectacle. Malambo, a dynamic blend of precision footwork, rhythmic stomping, drumming and song, is at the heart of the gaucho tradition. Choreography is by the renowned Gilles Brinas.

Purchase Tickets

Tickets for the performance will be available at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre two hours before the start of the performance.

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Ticket Info

10 Group Discount tickets are equal to the price of 8 individual tickets

Seating assignments are completed by ARTS San Antonio ticketing staff on a first-come, first-served basis based on the time stamp when your order is received. All special instructions are taken into consideration for every ticket order. Premium seats start at $99 and are seated closest to the stage, followed by Superior at $69, Advantage at $49 and Value at $29.

ADA seating is available for all ARTS San Antonio performances at all venues and can be viewed on all seating charts. To reserve ADA seats, or for additional information please call 210-226-2891.

Tickets will be mailed via First Class USPS unless there is five business days or less between your order and the performance date, in which case your tickets will be held for you at the theatre box office beginning two hours before your performance.

*Artists, productions and dates are subject to change

Directions and Parking

Suggested Parking Garage

National Poetry Month

ARTS San Antonio will again collaborate with our friends at Gemini Ink in doing its part to participate in National Poetry Month.

Jen Knox will read a short work of hers before the Che Malambo performance on April 20.

Jen Knox is Gemini Ink's Writers-in-Communities program director. Her writing can be found in The Best Small Fictions 2017, edited by Amy Hempel (Braddock Avenue Books), The Short Story America Anthology, Chicago Tribune, Istanbul Review, Narrative, Room Magazine, The Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly, and The Saturday Evening Post. She is the author of After the Gazebo (Rain Mountain Press), which was nominated for the 2015 Pen/Faulkner, and she recently completed a collection of fabulist fiction, The Glass City, which earned finalist status in the Italio Calvino Prize for Fabulist Fiction and won the Prize Americana for Prose.

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