Festival F what can you see on the last day

September 9th, Faro

Today is the third day of Festival F, the last big summer festival, and after a great night of music, as well as talks and exhibitions, expectations are huge for the last night.

If the weather helps, the last night of the festival is promising, today it is expected to be 23°C with a chance of rain of 8%, humidity of 85%, and the wind blowing at 14 km/h. Today’s stars are Ricardo Ribeiro, Bárbara Tinoco, Pedro Abrunhosa, and Plutónio, but you can also see Kappa Jota, Quinta do Bill, and Danni Gato and ineews will be there to give you all the news.

September 9
07:30 pm • Arco Stage < Marc Noah
08:00 pm • Musicians Stage < Leon Baldesberger ‘s Meersalz
08:15 pm • GFH Stage – Museum < Marta Lima
09:00 pm • LUSÍADAS Stage – Sé < Ricardo Ribeiro
09:45 pm • SAGRES Stage – Ria < Bárbara Tinoco
09:45 pm • GFH Stage – Museum < Rita Dias
10:00 pm • CARBY Stage – Teaching < Plasticine
10:30 pm • BANDIDA DO POMAR Stage – Quintalão < Soraia Tavares
11:00 pm • LUSÍADAS Stage – Sé < Kappa Jota
11:00 pm • Musicians Stage < Pull the Trigger
11:30 pm • GFH Stage – Museum < Noiserv
11:45 pm • SAGRES Stage – Ria < Pedro Abrunhosa
11:45 pm • CARBY Stage – Teaching < Range
00:00 am • Market Stage – Castle < Silk Nobre
00:15 am • BANDIDA DO POMAR Stage – Quintalão < José Pinhal P.M.E.
01:00 am • LUSÍADAS Stage – Sé < Quinta do Bill
01:30 am • SAGRES Stage – Ria < Plutónio
01:45 am • CARBY Stage – Teaching < Ganso
02:15 am • BANDIDA DO POMAR Stage – Quintalão < Fogo Fogo
03:00 am • SAGRES Stage – Ria < Danni Gato

On a farewell day to the 8th edition of the festival, the public can also visit the exhibitions at the Municipal Museum of Faro, Galeria Trem, and Galeria Arco, or take the younger ones to experience the recreational-pedagogical activities at Fagar Kids F, among the vast offer available. At 7:15 pm, Ricardo Ribeiro and Noiserv join Rui Miguel Abreu for another gathering with the motto “Let’s talk about music”. At 8:30 pm, television presenter Vanessa Oliveira and former Masterchef competitor Rodrigo Meneses will try to reach a consensus on whether “Is cooking an act of love or pure selfishness?” in a debate that is moderated by journalist and gastronome Nuno Miguel Dias.


Complete stage programming

The doors open at 6 pm and the concerts will last well into the night until 5 am.

The daily tickets have a unit price of €22, while the passes that give access to the three days of the festival cost €54. They can be purchased on the Blueticket website and, on festival days, at the Largo de São Francisco ticket offices, next to the SAGRES – Ria Stage, open from 5 pm to 4 am.

Children up to and including 12 years old have free entry and do not need to pick up a ticket. People with a Medical Certificate of Multipurpose Disability can enjoy a 50% discount. To do this, you must contact Blueticket directly at info@blueticket.pt.

The tickets do not need to be exchanged for a bracelet, and they must be preserved for validation at each entry and exit. The enclosure’s doors are located at Arco da Vila and Largo de São Francisco. People with reduced mobility and pregnant women have priority entry.

Entry is permitted for people of all ages. Still, children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

With the support of CTT, the festival has a cashless payment system. This way, physical money will not be used for consumption in bars and restaurants.

Upon entry, you will be given a bracelet with a QR code to access the digital wallet. Activation costs €1.

Top-up can be done via MBWAY, ATM reference, credit card, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet. The physical stations of Largo da Sé, Largo D. Afonso III, Largo Castelo, and Largo de São Francisco are also available on the premises.

The digital wallet also allows access to transactions carried out in bars and restaurants and access to the invoice for these consumptions, as well as requesting a refund of the remaining balance. For the refund to be made, the digital wallet must contain the account name and IBAN. Returns are free and must be requested between September 11th and 12th.

The cups are reusable, in order to promote environmental awareness and the adoption of good practices. Each glass costs €1 and can be purchased when purchasing your first drink. Anyone who has cups from previous editions can take them, meaning there is no need to purchase a new one.

Suitcases, purses, and small backpacks are permitted;
Entry with food and/or drink (plastic or glass) is prohibited. In specific situations, a medical certificate must be presented at the entrance to be able to take certain foods;
The entry of animals into the premises is prohibited (except those covered by law);
Entry with motorcycle helmets and travel bags is prohibited;
Entry with bottles, cans, sprays and aerosols, laser pointers, professional photography and video equipment, drones, weapons of any type, and all objects considered dangerous are prohibited.

Police, Civil Protection, Fire and Medical Services;
Restaurants, street food and bars (with vegetarian and vegan options);
ATM terminals.

To ensure comfort and visibility, the venue is equipped with platforms for the public with reduced mobility on the SAGRES Stage – Ria and the LUSÍADAS Stage – Sé. There are also adapted bathrooms.

Festival F offers free Wi-Fi throughout the venue.

The Festival F is the result of the joint work of the Municipality of Faro, Sons em Trânsito, the Teatro das Figuras, and Ambifaro. This edition is sponsored by Sagres, Bandida do Pomar, Lusíadas, Carby, GFH, CTT, Fórum Algarve, Frimarc, and Cristóvão & Coelho Lda. It is also supported by Fagar, Artists and Fleas Market, and RUA FM.

Always confirm with the concert hall or promoter the conditions of access, confirmation of the date or time, ticket place of sale, price, and availability.

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