The Regresso ao Futuro Festival (Return to the Future Festival) was held on Saturday the 20th, which filled concert halls across the country (filling, however, has a new model due to the coronavirus).
There were many sold-out concerts, the Portuguese joined to listen to the artists we love so much, but also to help many artists and technicians who are currently in difficulties.
Concerts of António Zambujo, Carolina Deslandes, Diogo Piçarra, Fernando Daniel, Miguel Araújo, Pedro Abrunhosa, Salvador Sobral, The Gift and Tiago Nacarato were the first to sell out tickets but others also sold out, simultaneously 24 artists, in 24 rooms, spread over 21 cities, from north to south of the country.
The Return to the Future festival reaffirms the decisive vocation of Municipal Theaters for the sustainability of culture in Portugal and their important contribution to artistic circulation, acting as a catalyst for hope, resilience and confidence for the public, always within the health rules in force.
Clã were present in Almada and the reception to the band could not have been better, from an audience that went to Teatro Joaquim Benite in Almada, despite the restrictions and security measures.
The concert started with “Sinais” music by Hélder Gonçalves and with lyrics by Samuel Úria, it couldn’t have started better, following “Tudo no Amor”, also music by Hélder Gonçalves and lyrics by Sérgio Godinho both from the album “Véspera”, but of course, the band’s classics were also part of this great concert.
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