With beautiful songs
At Terreiro do Paço, on June 1st, from 10 pm, with the voices of Ana Bacalhau, António Zambujo, Áurea, Conan Osiris, and Marta Ren.
They are ‘Songs of a Midsummer Night’. Timeless songs by Portuguese artists and bands, such as GNR, Xutos & Pontapés, Lena D’água, Sitiados, António Variações, Peste & Sida and Doce, which return invigorated, gaining new interpreters and new sounds with the original arrangements by Filipe Raposo, Pedro Moreira and Lino Guerreiro and the harmonies of the Orquestra Pop Portuguesa, under the direction of Maestro Jan Wierzba.
At the end of the concert, which features artistic direction by Luis Varatojo, the music merges with pyrotechnic effects, in a luminous and brilliant note that marks the opening of the Festivities.
Before going down Avenida da Liberdade, the Popular Marches unveil their costumes and choreographies, in the first presentation before the jury and the public. Three nights at the Altice Arena (June 2, 3, and 4) of color, brightness, euphoria, emotion and pure localism with 20 marches in competition and three extra-competition (Children’s March A Voz do Operário, Marcha dos Mercados and Marcha Santa Casa) that open the shows at the Pavilion.
June 1st is World Children’s Day and LU.CA – Teatro Luís de Camões celebrates its 5th anniversary. A handful of years will be celebrated with opera, exhibitions, workshops, and readings staged until June 18th.
Trezena to Santo António
This religious festival originates from a miracle and is celebrated between the 1st and 13th of June at the Museum of Lisbon – Santo António with a varied program, including fados and guitar playing, readings, visits, routes, and activities for all ages.
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