Tablao Flamenco - a night of flamenco dance and music

SOLD OUT!!! Due to the limited space and high demand we are sold out. There will be no more tickets at the door. Please sign up on my email list to stay tuned about my future shows!

Saturday, February 3rd, 8pm

(Doors open 7:30pm)



707 East Lake Dr

Decatur, GA 30030



Ania "La Candela" 


Daniel Benitez Perez 

Carlos Pacheco

 Percussion/ drums

Jerry Fields


Tickets (below): $15- $20

Carlos Pacheco playing guitar

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Daniel Benitez Perez


Born in Rota, a town in the province of Cadiz, Spain, Daniel Benitez Perez obtained accredited degree in music, majoring in guitar, at the Professional Conservatory of Music "Joaquin Villatoro" in Jerez de la Frontera, as well as, studied at the Higher Conservatory of Music "Manuel Castillo" in Seville. While living in Jerez, Daniel studied flamenco guitar with renowned flamenco guitarists Manuel Lozano "El Carbonero" and Pedro Carrasco Romero “Periquín Niño Jero”. Some of the places Daniel has performed include Villamarta Theater in Jerez, Flamenco Festival in Jerez, Trebujena Festival in Trebujena, Spain, Summer Concert Series in Malaga, as well as Christmas Concerts in Ramstein, Germany. 

Carlos Pacheco 


Carlos Pacheco is a guitarist and composer. He started learning guitar at the age twelve as a self-taught until years later when he studied Composition and Classical Guitar at the Music Department of the University of Puerto Rico. His first steps into the world of flamenco guitar were ushered by the Spanish guitarist and singer Antonio Carmona "el Pichuli" in Puerto Rico, as well as Fernando Moreno in Jeréz de la Frontera. He has been active in the flamenco scene in Puerto Rico since doing countless performances throughout the island and participated in activities abroad such as the Latin Fever Ball in Atlanta, Georgia. He performed with the Catalan singer Marina Rosell and the renowned singer Rafael Ojeda Rojas Falete in his last performances on the island. He has participated in several record productions and is currently working on his first solo album.

Jerry Fields


Known as a total percussionist, Jerry Fields performs regularly in Atlanta and throughout the southeast on drumset, timpani, marimba and various world percussion instruments. A Summit Jazz recording artist (Ted Howe Trio), Mr. Fields is featured on the group’s critically acclaimed recording Ellington as well as Elton Exposed. A passion for Latin jazz led to the formation of Vecinos del Mundo (Neighbors of The World) with Fields serving as music director. A world percussionist at heart, Jerry has performed with a growing number of flamenco artists including Guitarists: Arturo Martinez, Ricardo Diaz, Luis Linares “el Tiburon”, Christian Puig and John Lawrence. Dancers: Antonio Vargas, Manolo Punto, Barbara Brenton Antonio Hidalgo and Ulrika Frank. Singers: Alfonso Cid, Marija Temo and Javier Heredia. Jerry is also actively performing with Greek, Kleezmer, Arabic and African ensembles.


Located in the heart of historic Oakhurst, Kavarna is as versatile as the community that surrounds it: Coffee Shop. Tavern. Music venue and Exhibition Space. A place for the neighborhood to gather, serving delicious food, beer, wine, and coffee locally roasted by Batdorf/Bronson. At night, we offer up an eclectic mix of music and literary events, catering to all tastes. 


Kavarna offers a beer, wine and some light snacks. If you are looking to have dinner while watching a show, bringing take-out from the neighboring restaurants is welcomed! There are plenty of restaurants in the walking distance from Kavarna.


Please note that although there is plenty of seating, there is some standing room as well. If you are looking to secure a table seating or any seating, please arrive early. The doors open at 7:30 pm! Keep in mind that all my previous shows in Kavarna sold out.