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Calema have a fantastic party in Lisbon

Sagres Campo Pequeno

António and Fradique continue to win over everyone who listens to them, and the proof was the 8000 fans who completely filled Campo Pequeno, to have another big party with them in Lisbon.

The two brothers once again provided a magical night for everyone who went to Campo Pequeno to listen to them, sing, and of course dance with them.

Calema > Sagres Campo Pequeno ©Margarida Rodrigues – ineews < 2023.04.14

A concert with a lot of attention to detail, lights, a giant screen, with images of São Tomé, with Calema playing all their many hits, the duo just released their “Best of”, but also new songs that were part of their next album, one of which premiered at this concert.

“Yellow”, “Vai” and “Preparado” started the concert, followed by “Ciúme”, “Sem Controlo”, “Presa” and “Toca a Todos”, as always, António and Fradique, won the hearts of the public from the first chord, with his music, sympathy, and humility.

Calema > Sagres Campo Pequeno ©Margarida Rodrigues – ineews < 2023.04.14

To sing “Frágil”, they took the stage, to sing with the two brothers, the Anjos, Sérgio and Nelson Rosado, who helped to set the hearts of the fans on fire even more, with the two duos giving their all on stage.

“Abraços” and “Casa de Madeira” followed, and then Fradique returned to say a few words of support and comfort to the many immigrants who were in Campo Pequeno, encouraging them to believe in their dreams, as they are proof that comes true, he also left a thank you to the many Portuguese people who supported them from the first minute and continue with the music that made them known in Portugal, “Bomukele” in an acoustic format.

Calema > Sagres Campo Pequeno ©Margarida Rodrigues – ineews < 2023.04.14

They then presented “Maria Joana”, in concert debut, in the company of Nuno Ribeiro and the fantastic Mariza, a theme that combines all the magic of Calema’s pop music with Portuguese folk music and of course fado, another success was born for the duo.

Calema > Sagres Campo Pequeno ©Margarida Rodrigues – ineews < 2023.04.14

But the parade of extraordinary guests had not yet ended, Soraia Ramos came in to sing “O Nosso Amor”, joined by the Angolan Pérola and the fantastic Guinean guitarist Manecas Costa, and the five sang, “Kua Buaru”, an anthem of the countries of Portuguese expression, a mixture of the music and language of the PALOP.

Calema > Sagres Campo Pequeno ©Margarida Rodrigues – ineews < 2023.04.14

He then stayed on the Pérola stage to sing “Não Vai Lá” in acoustic format and before leaving she remembered that the album ‘Sincera’ will be presented at Capiólio shortly.

With the concert coming to an end and Calema saying goodbye with their best-known songs, all that was missing was “Te Amo”, which due to a technical problem was left unsung, on a fantastic night where, as always, António and Fradique enchant, destroy hearts, and leave so many fans sighing, from beginning to end.

 

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