The return to the stage was marked by a night full of emotions in Campo Pequeno with the concert by Aurea.
This Thursday, the 22nd, Aurea, accompanied by Rui Ribeiro, Guilherme Marinho, João Guilherme, João Freitas, Patricia Antunes, and Patricia Silveira started the concert on the songs from their last album ‘Confessions‘, “One Night Fix”, “Hide” “Like A Sheet Of Coated Paper”, “Thrill Seeker”, and “Head Over Heels”.
On the current situation in which the country finds itself, the singer commented “It is a pity that this has happened, because this is our life, it is our work. I hope that things change very quickly, and that we can make this happen again. ours and get back on the road. “
“Thank you for being here today, for supporting the culture that is very important. I will do my best.”
Aurea sang her theme in collaboration with Agir “Fragil”, three years after Confessions, the singer’s first Portuguese song in her own name. “Finally the question ‘But why don’t you sing in Portuguese?’ will end!”
The second half of the show was dedicated to the singer’s great successes like “Busy”, “OkayAlright”, “Something”, “Scratch my Back”, and “Waiting for You”, after a change of scenery.
In the encore, Aurea surprised the audience and called the stage Tiago Barbosa, former competitor of The Voice, to sing together “A Paixão”, by Rui Veloso, and ended the concert with his success “I didn’t mean it”.
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Santa Casa Portugal ao Vivo arrives on the stages of Campo Pequeno and Super Bock Arena Pavilhão Rosa Mota with 2nd edition, in the months of May and June 2021.
In order to continue the partnership between Everything is New and PEV Entertainment and similarly to the 1st edition, 10 shows will be produced simultaneously in Lisbon, at Campo Pequeno, and 10 shows in Porto, at the Super Bock Arena Pavilhão Rosa Mota, in a total of 20 shows, starting on May 21st and ending on June 26th.
Still on the premise of “Culture for All” and with the objective of taking up and encouraging Culture in Portugal, in this second edition, Santa Casa again joins the initiative as a naming sponsor, reinforcing the call for the urgency to bring it back the daily culture of all Portuguese people. A need that wants to promote a reunion between the public and artists, promising to bring to the stage the best of music and national comedy.
In order to guarantee the safety of everyone, and to maintain the motto that “Culture is Safe”, each show is designed based on strict compliance with the rules imposed by the General Directorate of Health (DGS). The use of masks is mandatory, in a space defined for this purpose, where all places 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.