Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín is in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Avda de la Constitución 1, CP 38003
Given its strategic situation, the Auditorio de Tenerife is very easy to reach both from the south and the north of the island. The two main roads into Santa Cruz, motorways TF-5 (north) and TF-1 (south), lead almost directly to the building.
Parking at the Auditorio de Tenerife
The Auditorio has a car park for 100 cars on the ground floor of the building which is reached by Avenida Constitución on the main entrance to Santa Cruz de Tenerife Harbour.
Opening hours: from 7.00 to 23.00 h
Coming by bus
Any of the routes ending at TITSA bus station in Santa Cruz is good, as the interchange is just a few metres from the Auditorio de Tenerife.
Bus station phone number: 922 531 300
Coming by plane
Los Rodeos Airport:
It is on the outskirts of La Laguna, on the TF-5 motorway joining Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Puerto de la Cruz, 11 kilometres from the Auditorio.
Telephone: 922 635 800
Fax: 922 635 859
Reina Sofía Airport:
It is 60 kilometres from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in the municipality of Granadilla de Abona on the TF-1 motorway.
Telephone: 922 759 200
Fax: 922 759 247
Auditorio de Tenerife has been designed to make music available to everyone, so it has different accesses. Particular care has been taken to make it available to wheelchairs.
You can enjoy Auditorio de Tenerife both on your own and with your loved ones. It is a place to share and experience the different options offered in our performance schedule.
Children are most welcome to all our scheduled activities and shows but we have also designed a programme specifically for them to be enjoyed by all the family.
In addition, Auditorio de Tenerife offers workshops, courses, talks, guided tours, meetings with artists, etc. A wide range of options you can enjoy with your family. If you would like to keep up with all the activities we do in the year please subscribe to our newsletter below.
There is nothing better than coming to enjoy a show and having a drink before or after at the Auditorio itself.
The MAG Café Bistró Auditorio, located in the hall, is a unique place to spend a quiet and pleasant time with impressive views of the Ocean. A romantic dinner, having something with your family or friends…you will find everything you want here while enjoying delicious food.
Did you know the Auditorio boasts one of the best acoustics in the world?
Both the majestic wing wrapping the building and its curved outline or the white trencadís that covers it, make everyone who visits it for the first time have the deep feeling of being before something truly different and original, an animated body moving very supplely. Such is the effect of the curved lines of the Auditorio. These are its main features that combine perfectly to shape room after room, halls,…curves per excellence, majestic, elegant. Unmatchable.
Get to know the Auditorio de Tenerife from the inside, learn about its history, its many curiosities in our guided tours.
Guided visits are from Monday to Saturday (except holidays) at 10:00, 12:00, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
During the guided tour you may take photos and make videos, except in those places indicated by your guide. Sound recording is forbidden throughout the tour.
The Auditorio de Tenerife has been designed to make music available to everyone, so it has different accesses and particular care has been taken to make it available to wheelchairs.
There are spaces for the exclusive use of people in wheelchairs. These areas have no seats so that users can enjoy the show in their own wheelchair. Seats in these areas are only available to users of wheelchairs. Purchasing a ticket for these areas without being in a wheelchair gives no right of entry to the auditorium and the ticket cannot be changed or refunded.
Tickets can be bought through the following channels:
Auditorio de Tenerife Box Office
The box office is in the main hall, next to the Bistró, and it reads “Taquilla” at the top.
It is open, except on holidays*, from 10:00 to19:30 h. Monday to Saturday.
It is also open two hours before the beginning of the show. People buying a ticket for the day show are served first.
* Also closed December 24th and 31st and during the month of August.
On the occasion of the Three Kings Parade, Auditorio de Tenerife Box Office will exceptionally close at 5 p.m. on 5 January.
Telephone: 902 317 327
The telephone is answered from 10:00-19:30 h. Monday to Saturday, except holidays.
You can also buy your tickets and packages here.
Have you ever wondered about what to do if you are late for one of our shows or whether you can leave your suitcase somewhere? What to wear for a concert, when to clap or when to arrive for the show?
Here we answer some of your questions so that you can make the most of your visit to the Auditorio de Tenerife.
How can I buy my tickets?
We offer three different methods to buy your tickets.
On the Internet, through our direct online sales channel www.auditoriodetenerife.com and print them at home. At the box office in the Auditorio, in the main hall of the building or calling 902 317 327.
When is the box office open?
The box office is open from Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 15.00 h and Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00 h. You can also call at this time. The box office is always open two hours before a show starts.
Are there any spaces for wheelchair users?
The building has accesses and reserved spaces in the auditorium for the exclusive use of people in wheelchairs. These areas do not have seats so that users can easily access the space in their own wheelchairs.
These spaces are only available to wheelchair users. Purchasing a ticket for this area without being a wheelchair user gives no right to access the auditorium and changes or refunds are not allowed.
Do I have to wear something special? Is there a dress code?
No, there is no dress code to enjoy the shows at the Auditorio de Tenerife. Please do wear whatever you feel most comfortable in –jeans and trainers are perfectly acceptable–, although if you would like to dress up for a special occasion, please do and enjoy the evening.
Can I bring my children?
Enjoy Auditorio de Tenerife on your own or with your loved ones. It is a place to share and experience together the different shows in our programme.
5-year-old and older children are most welcomed to all our scheduled activities and shows. We have also put together a series of events especially designed for the under 5 and to be enjoyed by the whole family. Find out what’s on for families.
What time do doors and the cafeteria open?
The building is open 1 hour before the beginning of the show and the auditorium 30 minutes in advance.
If you wish to have a drink while enjoying the beautiful views, come to the Bistró located in the hall.
Can I buy my ticket at the box office just before the concert?
If there are tickets available you can buy “last minute” seats at the box office which opens two hours before the show starts. People buying tickets for the day show are served first.
If you are under 27 or unemployed you can benefit from a special price (5€) for the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra if you buy your ticket on the day of the concert.
At any rate, we recommend you buy your ticket in advance either online or calling 902 317 327 to make sure you get the seat you want as many zones are sold out very quickly.
What happens if I lose my ticket?
If you have lost your ticket or have not been able to print it, do not worry. Let us know and we will help you.
If you realise it a few days before the concert, please contact the Auditorio at its usual opening hours on 902 317 327 and if it is at the time of the concert, please talk to the access staff. Any voucher or document proving purchase will be very helpful.
Can tickets be changed or refunded?
Once the ticket has been purchased changes or refunds are only allowed in exceptional cases when show dates are changed or cancelled.
Are there special prices for the underage and the unemployed?
Shows organised by the Auditorio de Tenerife have special prices for the underage, unemployed, students and large families.
In all cases you must provide proof of your right to the discount (ID card, student card, large family card, unemployment card, etc.) before going into the auditorium.
Can I book my ticket?
Auditorio de Tenerife does not allow seat booking.
Do young children pay?
Admission is free for children aged under 2. We would also like to remind you that except for those shows specifically designed for families, our programme is suitable for people over 5 years of age.
What is the best place to meet my friends or companions?
The building itself is quite recognisable. It is close to the bus exchange and the tram stop. It only has one access where you can meet.
Are programmes given with the ticket?
When entering the auditorium you will be given a reduced programme with the most relevant information on the show.
Is there a place to leave my suitcase or coat?
Auditorio de Tenerife has a cloakroom attended to by the usher staff.
Can I get in if I am late?
As a general rule access to the auditorium once the show has started is not allowed. However, you may be exceptionally allowed in at a suitable moment, depending on the type of show.
If I have to leave the auditorium, will I be allowed in again?
You cannot access the auditorium again once you leave. Except in specific family shows or in performances that allow for it.
Can I get in with a drink?
We ask you not to as it may be a nuisance to other people. If you wish to carry a bottle of water please ask the hall personnel beforehand.
Can I take pictures or videos?
Responsible use of mobile devices is allowed provided that other users and performers are respected. In classical music and operas taking photographs is not allowed at all.
Are there intermissions? How long are they?
Most shows have a 20 minute break but intermissions can be longer or shorter or there may be none.
You can check this point in the information about the show on our website or on 902 317 327.
When do I clap?
In classical music concerts and operas you traditionally clap at the end of each piece rather than at the end of each movement so that the music can flow softly between sections or to prepare the scene for the following movement. In the programme you can see the number of movements in each piece.
Having said this, in this type of shows we suggest you look at the conductor who usually signals the end of the piece or, just follow the other people in the audience. At any rate, we love people showing their enjoyment but if you feel uneasy about when to applaud it is always best to wait for others to start…
Can I eat something after the concert?
Yes, you can have dinner at the Bistró.
Is there a car park area nearby?
The Auditorio has its own car park which opens in the morning and closes after the shows. There also parking areas 5 minutes from the building.