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Tiago Nacarato & Bárbara Tinoco at Campo Pequeno for Santa Casa Portugal Ao Vivo

Santa Casa Portugal ao Vivo, presents “20 20 Culture for all”, an initiative that aims to take over and encourage culture in Portugal

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Last Tuesday, Tiago Nacarato and Bárbara Tinoco were in Campo Pequeno, for a show inserted in the cycle Santa Casa Portugal ao Vivo and integrated in the ‘Passe-Partout’ tour.

The concert began withA Dança”, followed by “Se o mundo acabar”, and “Sol de inverno”. Throughout the show the artists interpreted side by side themes from their respective repertoires, and the song they took to the Song Festival, “Passe-Partout”.

Bárbara Tinoco & Tiago Nacarato x Campo Pequeno© Margarida Rodrigues – PortugaliNews

Then they sang “Antes de ela dizer que sim”, the theme that was Barbara’s debut single after presenting it on The Voice Portugal. They also sang “Outras línguas” and “A fugir de ser”.

Then Tiago sang the song that made him known, the subject of his audition for The Voice Portugal, “Onde Anda Você”, followed by “Filosofia”, “Devia ir” (Cover), “Tempo”, and “Sei lá”. The concert ended with “Só me apetece dançar”.

Tiago Nacarato and Bárbara Tinoco were join by the musicians Rui Pedro Pity (Bass), João Gaspar (Guitar), Miguel Casais (Drums), and Diogo Mendes (Keys/Accordion). The scenario was made by Miguel Barbosa and Paulinho, on the lights was Gonçalo Oliveira and the sound was with Nuno Mergulhão.

Santa Casa Portugal ao Vivo, presents “20 20 Culture for all”, an initiative that aims to take over and encourage culture in Portugal. Everything is New and PEV ENTERTAINMENT are simultaneously producing 20 shows in Lisbon, in Campo Pequeno, and 20 shows in Porto, at the Super Bock Arena Pavilhão Rosa Mota. A total of 40 shows, starting on October 31 and ending on December 19.

In order to guarantee the safety of everyone, each show is designed based on strict compliance with the rules imposed by the General Health Directorate (DGS). The use of masks is mandatory, in a space defined for this purpose, where all seats will be identified, fulfilling the mandatory distance between spectators who are not part of the same group. Finally, in order to avoid any kind of congestion between people, all entrances and exits will have their own circuits with the appropriate signs.

You can also see in this festival Tiago Nacarato and Bárbara Tinoco, Mishlawi, Xutos & Pontapés, Aurea, The Gift, Camané and Mário Laginha, David Carreira, among others. Tickets on sale now.

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