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The Weeknd announces new concert in Portugal in 2022

New concert will be part of the tour “The After Hours World Tour” and will take place on October 26, 2022, the day after the first scheduled show. Tickets on sale this Wednesday. Canadian singer Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, known in the world of pop music for The…
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The Weeknd returns to Portugal

The multiplatinum singer returns to Portugal for a concert on 25 October, 2022, at Altice arena in Lisbon. The artist returns to the stage with the tour “After hours world tour” that will begin on January 14, 2022 in Vancouver, which will take place through…
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ID No Limits Festival postponed to April

The Estoril event has confirmations such as Rejjie Snow, Kelsey Lu, Shaka Lion or Coucou Chloe, among others. The ID No Limits music festival was one of the first to have to postpone its edition when the Covid-19 pandemic hit Portugal just weeks before the event started…
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Lisboa Soa: the sound art festival is back

The Lisboa Soa sound art festival is back for its fifth edition from this Thursday, September 24. Lisboa Soa has a program spread throughout several locations of the city that crosses sound installations with concerts and tours, and the event is associated with the Lisbon…
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Festa do Jazz 2020

Given the current conditions of the pandemic, this edition of the Jazz Festival will not have a face-to-face audience, but will be broadcast and the program will be available free of charge on the platforms of RTP Palco The 18th edition of the Jazz Festival takes place at…
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Solidarity with Yemen

This Saturday there is a solidarity concert in Lisbon with Ana Moura and Dino D’Santiago. Branko, Carlão, Sara Tavares, Márcia, Mayra Andrade e Capicua are other musicians who will also perform. This Saturday, September 12, the Cineteatro Capitol in Lisbon hosts a…
This Week In Lisbon

This week in Lisbon: Week 33

It’s the end of another summer week! Here’s what you missed. Start planning your festival season for next year. As you know the COVID-19 pandemic pretty killed any event worldwide. In Portugal the summer festival season was reduced to online and TV events.