Calema, Sara Tavares and Ana Moura will perform at the new multicultural festival in Lisbon
On September 10th and 11th you can attend several concerts of different musical styles in Nossa Lisboa.
The Calema act on 10.
Fado, Mornas and Coladeiras, Funaná, Kizomba and Semba, Marrabenta, Samba and Nova Música do Brasil will come together in one place: Nossa Lisboa.
This is the new festival in the Portuguese capital whose main aim is to represent the union, brotherhood, rhythms, color, joy and sharing of customs of all races through music in the greater Lisbon area and to bring this multiculturalism to the stages bring the Altice Arena, September 10th and 11th. With a poster featuring artists with roots in the various communities of Portuguese-speaking countries, Nossa Lisboa promises music for all tastes.
The concerts are spread over three different stages: Arena, Sala Tejo and Escadaria. On the first day of the festival, Paulo Flores, Mayra Andrade and Calema will perform in the arena. Tito Paris, Luca Argel and Toty Sa’Med perform in the Sala Tejo. At Escadaria you can attend concerts by Rua Das Pretas, Cubita and Irma.
On the 11th, the arena will host performances by Ana Moura, Nelson Freitas and Sara Tavares. In the Sala Tejo there will be music by Valete, Selma Uamusse and Ivandro. Soraia Ramos, Lisandro Cuxi and Blacci will perform at Escadaria.
If you buy tickets before September 9th, you will have to pay € 30 for the two-day ticket and € 25 for the day ticket. The ticket costs on the festival days are 35 euros for the two-day ticket and 30 euros for the day ticket. They can be bought at ABEP, at the Altice Arena ticket offices, on the Pagaqui network, at FNAC, Words, Phone House, ACP, El Corte Inglés and Turismo de Lisboa.