The GNR Symphonic Band will hold a solidarity concert to help the Lisbon IPO

Solidary concert “Guarda ConVIDA” by the GNR Symphonic Band will help the Lisbon IPO.

The event will bring together the GNR Symphonic Band and 14 Portuguese famous artists.

On February 8, a solidarity concert will be held in Campo Pequeno, which aims to help the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in Lisbon Francisco Gentil (IPO Lisbon).

The ‘Guarda ConVIDA’ will bring together the GNR Symphonic Band and 14 artists from the Portuguese music scene, including Anjos, Fernando Daniel, Os Azeitonas, Quinta do Bill and Sara Carreira.

The proceeds of the show will revert, in full, to the Lisbon IPO.

Concerto solidário «Guarda ConVIDA»

Concerto solidário «Guarda ConVIDA»É já no próximo dia 8 de fevereiro, pelas 21h30, no Campo Pequeno, o concerto solidário «Guarda ConVIDA», que vai reunir em palco a Banda Sinfónica da GNR e 14 artistas do panorama musical português.As receitas reverterão, na íntegra, para o Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa Francisco Gentil (IPO Lisboa).A Guarda ConVIDA: esteja connosco e adquira já o seu lugar!#GuardaConVida #JuntosContraOCancro

Publicado por GNR – Guarda Nacional Republicana em Quarta-feira, 29 de janeiro de 2020

The oncological disease is one of the scourges that most plague the population, causing harmful effects in our society.

Despite scientific advances in combating this type of disease, prevention and treatment continue to be crucial, and the therapy is highly demanding for patients and healers.

The Portuguese Institute of Oncology (IPO) has been one of the strongholds of the fight against cancer and the support of families, developing a decisive action for thousands of people who have managed to win this fight.

The National Republican Guard (GNR) is promoting the holding of the Solidary Concert “Guarda ConVIDA”, performed by the GNR Symphonic Band, with the participation of several renowned Portuguese artists.

It will be a special event that will translate into a solidary relationship with others.

The concert starts at 9:30 pm, at Campo Pequeno, in Lisbon.

Tickets cost between 10 and 30 euros and are already on sale on Ticket Line and usual places.

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