Coldplay, Iggy Pop, Foo Fighters and Thirty Seconds To Mars are part of the huge poster Alive!2011, Which this year celebrates the fifth edition with an extra day of music. It will fit Algés Promenade between 6 and 9 July.
The Alive! distinguished from the rest by offering festival-goers live encounter between the three vertices: art, science (including through partnerships and events on site), and of course music. This is obviously the stronger plate.
And the corners of the musical activities also appear in trio. The Stage Optimus, the main names that are reserved for bigger crowds move. The Stage Super Bock, aimed more urban sounds, with the potential for dance rhythms and, above all, to discover new music, is becoming less a secondary stage: Grinderman, Primal Scream, Patrick Wolf, Dizzee Rascal, Fleet Foxes are some between the large entourage that goes there. On Stage Clubbing Optimus, the idea is to get into theme nights, which can range from presentation of the parade of Enchufada to Boyz Noise Records, through Love and Rage by Steve Aoki of Dim Mak. This year’s Alive! also has a bandstand, ready to receive the fighting men and several groups of traditional Portuguese music.Foo Fighters Coldplay .
Algés, Passeio Marítimo de Algés – Passeio Marítimo de Algés
From 06-07-2011 to 09-07-2011
Wednesday to Saturday at 5 pm
€50 (day). Pass: €99 (3 days – 7, 8 e 9); €129 (4 days)
Barrington Levy, Andrew Tosh and Romain Virgo are the leaders of the poster of another edition of MUSE, which this year includes several firsts among us. The stage settles in Carcavelos beach, between 1 and 2 July, with the warning of an ecological sound music.
The first day of the MUSA has three firsts, Chezidek, Romain Virgo (two names that have particular attention from reggae lovers in recent times) and Gappy Ranks (dancehall).
The second day of the festival brings to Portugal a name inescapable to dancehall: Barrington Levy. It also provides the premiere here of jamaican John Holt, accompanied by Andrew Tosh (son of the legendary Peter Tosh).
Carcavelos, Praia de Carcavelos – Cascais
From 01-07-2011 to 02-07-2011
Friday and Saturday at 8pm (open at 6pm)
€10 (1 day); €12 (2 days)
13ª. Edition. Informações: firstname.lastname@example.org
The aroma of good coffee can lead us to several stops: Jamaica, Brazil, Angola, Nigeria, Portugal … These and some other routes intersect on stage in Lisbon’s Delta Tejo Festival, which takes place between 1 and 3 of July.
The strong aroma of the first day arrives from Jamaica, with “dancehall-hip-hop” by Sean Paul. But there are also Semba, rumba and the Angolan kizomba of Yuri da Cunha, and dance versions “chillantes” with the french Nouvelle Vague and a special encounter between two GNR ( Rui Reininho and the Guard ). On stageJogos Santa Casa, there is Love Electro, Zeca Always Cool and Maya. The duo Peter & Pete Tha Zouk Cazanova prolongs the evening in the Beck’Stage.
The second day is dominated by the feminine touch, he comes from R & B curves of the Luso-Canadian Nelly Furtado, the soul of disarming elegance of Aurea, the serious tone of the Nigerian wing or a “flying saucer” called the Clan. Lucia Moniz takes its “light wire” to another stage, which she shares with Brazil of Rodrigo Maranhão and the Contemporary Orchestra of Olinda. The rest of the night is due to Isilda Sanches.
Expensive Soul are the exception to the last day on the Stage Delta let it fall into the (good) hands of Brazilian music: Ney Matogrosso brings exuberance and restlessness, Maria Gadu proves to be the new favorite songwriter and fiddle with Parangolé do axé (and one such “Rebolation “…). The secondary stage receive Matias Damasio to Angola, Cape Verde according to Ferro Gaita and Beja in the perspective of the Virgin Suta. The Beck’Stage presents Puto Português.
Lisboa, Alto da Ajuda
From 01-07-2011 to 03-07-2011
Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 19h00
€30 (day). Pass Festival: €48
Pólo Universitário. Informations: 210105700
“Lamb” will return to Portugal for three concerts in June. The first concert takes place June 10 at Pavilhão do Arade, in Lagoa, Algarve. The next day the band Lou Rhodes plays in CCB, Lisbon, and on day 12 in the Coliseum of Oporto.
Tickets range between € 25 and € 28.
The band will also be in stores FNAC for two showcases, where they will present the latest album titled 5. The presentations are scheduled for June 11th at 15:00 at Fnac Colombo, and the next day, June 12 at 18.00, at Fnac GaiaShopping.
The Rihanna will give a concert in Portugal on December 17!
Is the Atlantic Pavilion in Lisbon! This concert will be part of Loud Tour and will be guaranteed themes such as “Only Girl (In The World)”and “What’s My Name, ” the latest album Loud. Of course other hits such as “Umbrella, “”Unfaithful, ” “Disturbia, ” “Shut Up and Drive” also should not be forgotten!
The director João Botelho and the singer Carminho are preparing for an unprecedented show this Friday at the disco Lux in Lisbon, where Fado seek the truth.
On 27 May, at 10 pm, Fado takes its most urban and contemporary side in a show made to think the only elements that compose it – the Fado of Carminho, the scenic and cinematic vision of João Botelho and the cosmopolitan space that welcomes .
Mercado Mundo Mix is a multicultural event, which expresses itself through multiple artistic languages, where it were now more than 2 million visitors. Born in 1994 in Brazil, where it became a cornerstone of Brazil’s cultural scene and has been in Portugal since 2003, with various editions held in Lisbon, Porto, Coimbra, Cascais and Lagos, now reaching its 25th edition.
This is a vanguard movement with alternative characteristics related to urban culture, which showcases new talent, new ideas and new trends in the arts, music, fashion and design, offering the opportunity for selected artists to promote, market and facilitate their creations.
Castelo de S. Jorge - Lisbon - 27, 28 and 29 of May - 12 am to 11 pm
Companhia Nacional de Bailado. Auguste Bournonville, coreografia; Jan Linkens, remontagem e coreografia adicional; Herman Löwenskjold, música.
20, 24, 26, 27 Nov, 3, 10, 11, 17 Dez: 21h, 21 Nov, 12 Dez: 16h
25 Nov, 2, 9, 15 Dez: 15h (Escolas)
28 Nov, 5, 18 Dez: 16h (Tardes em família)
O Teatro S. Carlos, antecipando já a quadra natalícia, anuncia a estreia de La Sylphide, um espectáculo de bailado clássico que conta com a participação ao vivo da Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa sob a direcção musical do maestro Osvaldo Ferreira. La Sylphide estreou, numa primeira versão em 1832 na Ópera de Paris, com coreografia de Taglioni e música de Schneitzhoeffer, mas a versão que nos chega ao palco do S. Carlos foi a que aconteceu anos depois em Compenhaga com coreografia de Auguste Bournonville e com nova partitura de Hermann Löwenskjold datada de 1836. A trama enumera os principais traços do estilo do período romântico: o herói, James, oprimido e aborrecido com a sua existência burguesa vive dividido entre o amor fiel da sua noiva Effie e o desejo por Sylphide, um ser mágico de um outro mundo que morre quando James tenta aprisioná-la para a trazer para o mundo dos homens. Effie acaba por abandonar James e casar com o rival, deixando o herói só e vazio, numa espécie de morte em vida.
Informações Úteis: 707 234 234
Preço dos bilhetes: 5€ a 20€
Descontos 50% (menores 18 anos), 35% (jovens até 25 anos e maiores 65 anos) e 30% (grupos mais 15 pessoas)
Tardes Família: 10€ (adultos com jovens) e 5€ (menores 18 anos)
Bilhetes à venda no Teatro S. Carlos, FNAC, agências Abreu, Worten Centro Com. Dolce Vita, Megarede e El Corte Inglês
Maiores 3 anos