Another name has been announced for the next NOS Alive
It’s a first in Portugal. The Belgian Stromae is known for topics such as “Alors on Danse” or “Papaoutai”.
Stromae will perform on the NOS stage.
NOS Alive announced a different name for next year’s edition this Tuesday, October 26th. The Belgian musician Stromae will make his debut in Portugal on July 6th on the NOS stage. The artist was confirmed in the 2015 edition of the same festival, but canceled the performance at the time for health reasons.
Paul Van Haver – that’s his name in real life – is known for topics such as “Alors on Danse”, “Papaoutai”, “Formidable (Ceci N’est Pas Une Leçon)” or “Tous Les Mêmes”. His last studio album was released in 2013, but that month he released a single, “Santé”.
NOS Alive will take place from July 6th to 9th, 2022 at the Passeio Marítimo de Algés. Tickets purchased for the 2020 and 2021 editions – which did not happen – are valid for the corresponding days of the week of the next edition. Alternatively, depending on availability, you can exchange the ticket for a voucher for another day or upon presentation of the ticket and proof of purchase at the point of sale where it was purchased. Tickets are still on sale.
NOS Alive has already confirmed appearances by alt-J, Caribou, Da Weasel, Dino D’Santiago, Faith No More, Florence + The Machine, Fontaines DC, Glass Animals, Hobo Johnson and The Lovemakers, Imagine Dragons, Inhaler, Jorja Smith, Manel Cruz, Metallica, Modest Mouse, Moses Sumney, Parcels, Phoebe Bridgers, Royal Blood, Seasick Steve, St. Vincent, The Strokes, Tom Misch, Two Door Cinema Club and Parov Stelar.