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Jan
24
Fri
to Jan 25 | POP UP FASHION & ACTIVISM | The Ghost of Future Fashion | Anjos | FREE
Jan 24 @ 15:00 – 21:00
to Jan 25 | POP UP FASHION & ACTIVISM | The Ghost of Future Fashion | Anjos | FREE @ Rua Passos Manuel 4, 1150-260 Lisboa, Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

*Doors open at 11h on Jan 25.

The future looks grim for many in 2020, but more so for the homeless and refugees than for you and me. It seems like what we need now, more than ever, is a revolution.
And nothing says revolution like fashion.
Enter Fashion Revolution Portugal and friends, with this:
“In the logic of practicing detachment, having less but better things, helping those most in need and being more sustainable, Leonor Bettencourt Loureiro creates the POP UP Solidarity event THE GHOST OF FUTURE FASHION, with the support of Fashion Revolution Portugal and Maria Galvão Sousa, to start the year in the right tone with a different second-hand sale, to be repeated every year, hoping to create a new tradition.

The unsold pieces will be delivered to associations that support the Homeless and Refugees.

*Bring your own bag for all purchases made during Pop-Up.”

SCHEDULE AND PROGRAMMING:

Sale:
24 Jan – 15h to 21h.
25 Jan – 11h to 21h.

Talks (moderated by Maria Galvão Sousa):
25 Jan:
15h- Sustainability in the Fashion Industry, with the participation of the reference organization Fashion Revolution.
18h- Case Study Anjos 70: From a clothing market to a creative pole, with the participation of Catarina V Querido (founder of ANJOS 70 and Art & Flea Market).

Dj sets in the basement:

24 Jan:
18h – 19h, Espirro.
19h – 20h, MC Poça (Catarina Viana).
8 pm – 9 pm, Joao Magalhaes.

25 Jan:
14h – 15h, Uglycat (Catarina Rodrigues Monteiro).
20h – 21h, King Kami (Kamila Ferreira).

Live painting by Mafalda Slam both days.

FREE ENTRY.

Jan
25
Sat
to Jan 25 | POP UP FASHION & ACTIVISM | The Ghost of Future Fashion | Anjos | FREE
Jan 25 @ 15:00 – 21:00
to Jan 25 | POP UP FASHION & ACTIVISM | The Ghost of Future Fashion | Anjos | FREE @ Rua Passos Manuel 4, 1150-260 Lisboa, Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

*Doors open at 11h on Jan 25.

The future looks grim for many in 2020, but more so for the homeless and refugees than for you and me. It seems like what we need now, more than ever, is a revolution.
And nothing says revolution like fashion.
Enter Fashion Revolution Portugal and friends, with this:
“In the logic of practicing detachment, having less but better things, helping those most in need and being more sustainable, Leonor Bettencourt Loureiro creates the POP UP Solidarity event THE GHOST OF FUTURE FASHION, with the support of Fashion Revolution Portugal and Maria Galvão Sousa, to start the year in the right tone with a different second-hand sale, to be repeated every year, hoping to create a new tradition.

The unsold pieces will be delivered to associations that support the Homeless and Refugees.

*Bring your own bag for all purchases made during Pop-Up.”

SCHEDULE AND PROGRAMMING:

Sale:
24 Jan – 15h to 21h.
25 Jan – 11h to 21h.

Talks (moderated by Maria Galvão Sousa):
25 Jan:
15h- Sustainability in the Fashion Industry, with the participation of the reference organization Fashion Revolution.
18h- Case Study Anjos 70: From a clothing market to a creative pole, with the participation of Catarina V Querido (founder of ANJOS 70 and Art & Flea Market).

Dj sets in the basement:

24 Jan:
18h – 19h, Espirro.
19h – 20h, MC Poça (Catarina Viana).
8 pm – 9 pm, Joao Magalhaes.

25 Jan:
14h – 15h, Uglycat (Catarina Rodrigues Monteiro).
20h – 21h, King Kami (Kamila Ferreira).

Live painting by Mafalda Slam both days.

FREE ENTRY.

CLASSICAL MUSIC | Ópera em Belmonte | Castelo | FREE (Donation-based)
Jan 25 @ 19:15 – 20:45
CLASSICAL MUSIC | Ópera em Belmonte | Castelo | FREE (Donation-based) @ Palácio Belmonte | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Come and check out this musical soirée of two flutes and a piano celebrating famous opera melodies right nearby the entrance to the castle. This relaxed program is an ideal way to end your Saturday afternoon (or start your day, depending on what happened on Friday night — We won’t tell if you won’t).

Jonathan Henderson | Flute
David Silva | Flute
Ricardo Vicente | Piano

PROGRAM:

FRANÇOIS BORNE / GEORGES BIZET
Fantasia Brilliante on Themes from Carmen

PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY
Paraphrase of Lensky’s Aria from Eugene Onegin Op.24

MANUEL DE FALLA
Nocturno

THEOBALD BÖHM
Grande Polonaise in D Major, Op 16

PHILIPPE GAUBERT
Divertissement Grec

Parking is allowed inside the reserved area of Castle St. George, please refer to the Facebook event for updated information closer to the event date: https://www.facebook.com/events/470111470340633/

MUSIC BATTLE | Festival Termómetro #25: Final Round | Marvila | 5-10€
Jan 25 @ 21:30 – Jan 26 @ 00:30
MUSIC BATTLE | Festival Termómetro #25: Final Round | Marvila | 5-10€ @ LAV - Lisboa ao Vivo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The thermometer is a device that measures temperature which dates back to the 16th century, said to have been invented by Italian physician Santorio Santorio.

Festival Termómetro (“Thermometer Festival”) was invented by Portuguese weirdo, radio-broadcaster, and TV personality Fernando Alvim in Porto. It, like its creator, dates back to the previous millenium — 1994, to be exact. It is a yearly musical contest of sorts that measures and promotes the country’s emerging talent.

In 2019 the festival celebrated its 25th year when 24 local bands duked it out across the country (and in Madrid) to see who was hot and who was not. These were gradually narrowed down to a lucky five.

On Saturday, January 25th, LAV – Lisboa ao Vivo hosts the grande finale of Termómetro’s 25th edition, and the lucky line-up is (drum roll):
Flor (from Funchal),
Foggy (from Palermo, Italy),
Rope Walkers (from Lisbon),
Bia Maria (from Ourém),
and SOHO SOHO (from Lisbon).

And, alas, there can be only one.
So, even with Lisbon’s recent thermometer readings, things are likely to get heated.

The winners get:
-a slot in the next editions of the NOS Alive and Bons Sons festivals;
-a music video;
-20 free studio hours;
-eternal glory.

The five finalists will also be joined on stage by loclas First Breath After Coma.

5-10€ tikcets here or at the door.

Jan
26
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Jan 26 @ 20:00 – Jan 27 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

LIVE MUSIC | Brief Candles + Cavalo55 | Intendente | FREE-3€
Jan 26 @ 21:00 – 23:30
LIVE MUSIC | Brief Candles + Cavalo55 | Intendente | FREE-3€ @ Sirigaita | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Brief Candles is a near-century-old collection of short stories by that dude that wrote Brave New World, gave Jim Morrison his band name, and died of cancer while tripping on acid. Thank you for keeping it real, Mr. Huxley.

Brief Candles is also a local musician who makes “melancholic pop songs” and dabbles in “anti-folk slowness.”

The latter Brief Candles is coming to bookshop and bar on a street with character Sirigaita this Sunday night with his guitar and possibly a cat.

Cavalo 55 (“Horse 55”) is also a musician who describes himself as “half man, half horse” that “sings songs from the past so as not to be afraid of the future.”

FREE ENTRY with a 3€ annual membership; donations for Brief Candles and the half-horse welcome.

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Jan 26 @ 23:59 – Jan 27 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Jan
27
Mon
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€
Jan 27 @ 22:00 – Jan 28 @ 02:00
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€ @ ODD Trindade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From Wikipedia:
“Forró is a party that originated in the northeastern region of Brazil…on farms and plantations, where farmers and workers used to sing to the cows and with each other as they gathered coffee and other crops like sugarcane, corn, and vegetables…”

Cows…
hmm.

Anyhoo.
Forró do Piano returns to OOD Trindade in 2020, for its second season, to help you welcome the new decade with some Brazilian tunes.

This time around they host Lisbon musicians Cicero Mateus, João Ventura, Marcelo Guerini, and Luciano Alves. House Dj Jader Mansano keeps the evening going between sets.

ENTRY: 7€.

to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Jan 27 @ 22:30 – Jan 28 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
2
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Feb 2 @ 20:00 – Feb 3 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Feb 2 @ 23:59 – Feb 3 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Feb
3
Mon
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€
Feb 3 @ 22:00 – Feb 4 @ 02:00
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€ @ ODD Trindade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From Wikipedia:
“Forró is a party that originated in the northeastern region of Brazil…on farms and plantations, where farmers and workers used to sing to the cows and with each other as they gathered coffee and other crops like sugarcane, corn, and vegetables…”

Cows…
hmm.

Anyhoo.
Forró do Piano returns to OOD Trindade in 2020, for its second season, to help you welcome the new decade with some Brazilian tunes.

This time around they host Lisbon musicians Cicero Mateus, João Ventura, Marcelo Guerini, and Luciano Alves. House Dj Jader Mansano keeps the evening going between sets.

ENTRY: 7€.

to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Feb 3 @ 22:30 – Feb 4 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
4
Tue
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Feb 4 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
9
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Feb 9 @ 20:00 – Feb 10 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Feb 9 @ 23:59 – Feb 10 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Feb
10
Mon
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€
Feb 10 @ 22:00 – Feb 11 @ 02:00
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€ @ ODD Trindade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From Wikipedia:
“Forró is a party that originated in the northeastern region of Brazil…on farms and plantations, where farmers and workers used to sing to the cows and with each other as they gathered coffee and other crops like sugarcane, corn, and vegetables…”

Cows…
hmm.

Anyhoo.
Forró do Piano returns to OOD Trindade in 2020, for its second season, to help you welcome the new decade with some Brazilian tunes.

This time around they host Lisbon musicians Cicero Mateus, João Ventura, Marcelo Guerini, and Luciano Alves. House Dj Jader Mansano keeps the evening going between sets.

ENTRY: 7€.

to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Feb 10 @ 22:30 – Feb 11 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
16
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Feb 16 @ 20:00 – Feb 17 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Feb 16 @ 23:59 – Feb 17 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Feb
17
Mon
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€
Feb 17 @ 22:00 – Feb 18 @ 02:00
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€ @ ODD Trindade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From Wikipedia:
“Forró is a party that originated in the northeastern region of Brazil…on farms and plantations, where farmers and workers used to sing to the cows and with each other as they gathered coffee and other crops like sugarcane, corn, and vegetables…”

Cows…
hmm.

Anyhoo.
Forró do Piano returns to OOD Trindade in 2020, for its second season, to help you welcome the new decade with some Brazilian tunes.

This time around they host Lisbon musicians Cicero Mateus, João Ventura, Marcelo Guerini, and Luciano Alves. House Dj Jader Mansano keeps the evening going between sets.

ENTRY: 7€.

to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Feb 17 @ 22:30 – Feb 18 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
18
Tue
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Feb 18 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Feb
23
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Feb 23 @ 20:00 – Feb 24 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Feb 23 @ 23:59 – Feb 24 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Feb
24
Mon
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€
Feb 24 @ 22:00 – Feb 25 @ 02:00
WEEKLY | LIVE MUSIC | Forró do Piano 2020 | Baixa-Chiado | 7€ @ ODD Trindade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From Wikipedia:
“Forró is a party that originated in the northeastern region of Brazil…on farms and plantations, where farmers and workers used to sing to the cows and with each other as they gathered coffee and other crops like sugarcane, corn, and vegetables…”

Cows…
hmm.

Anyhoo.
Forró do Piano returns to OOD Trindade in 2020, for its second season, to help you welcome the new decade with some Brazilian tunes.

This time around they host Lisbon musicians Cicero Mateus, João Ventura, Marcelo Guerini, and Luciano Alves. House Dj Jader Mansano keeps the evening going between sets.

ENTRY: 7€.

to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Feb 24 @ 22:30 – Feb 25 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
1
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Mar 1 @ 20:00 – Mar 2 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Mar 1 @ 23:59 – Mar 2 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Mar
2
Mon
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Mar 2 @ 22:30 – Mar 3 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
3
Tue
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Mar 3 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
8
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Mar 8 @ 20:00 – Mar 9 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Mar 8 @ 23:59 – Mar 9 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Mar
9
Mon
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Mar 9 @ 22:30 – Mar 10 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
15
Sun
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€
Mar 15 @ 20:00 – Mar 16 @ 04:00
WEEKLY | MUSIC AND DANCE | Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer | Cais do Sodré | 10€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

If you live in Lisbon, chances are you know at least one person that loves samba.
And if you’ve been down by the river on any given Sunday night lately, then you may have witnessed the madness that is Viva o Samba at Titanic Sur Mer.
If not — we highly recommend it.

The organizers describe it as “Europe’s most engaging cultural event,” and we’re tempted to agree.
They add:
“Everyone is invited.
Here our gratitude is expressed for so many shared joys, and all the positive vibrations that we’re emanating into the universe. We are all the resistance that samba needs to never be forgotten; or, rather, always remembered.
Come on!”

Stop by any Sunday through March and witness the magic for yourself.
It’s definitely a night to remember.

ENTRY: 10€.

Here’s a glimpse of the madness.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y26uJOHZyz4[/embed]

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Mar 15 @ 23:59 – Mar 16 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Mar
16
Mon
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Mar 16 @ 22:30 – Mar 17 @ 02:00
to Apr 27 | LIVE JAZZ | Titanic Jazz Jam | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Winner of several Atlas “Best of Lisboa” awards and infamous late-night haven of energy Titanic Sur Mer is back in 2020 to help jazz up your Monday nights.

Each week on Mondays, a new random bunch of talented locals will warm your bones and help you dance away those winter blues.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
17
Tue
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Mar 17 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
21
Sat
FESTIVAL | Port to Port by Garden Collective | Location in Beato TBA) | 8€+
Mar 21 @ 16:00 – Mar 22 @ 05:00
FESTIVAL | Port to Port by Garden Collective | Location in Beato TBA) | 8€+ @ Arroz Estudios | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The folks behind Graden Collective are mainly three Irish lads and one semi-undercover Brit. Which means they are multicultural, and all about peace and love. They are also very good friends of Atlas, which also says something about them…
Here’s what they say about themselves:
“A collective of likeminded people building a platform for artists to create, share and collaborate across all areas of culture. Founded in Cork, Garden collective is now made up of a diverse group of people based in Lisbon, where we blend roots with shoots and do cool stuff.”

This spring, the collective is throwing its very first official festival, a “glorious two-day bonanza of music, art, poetry, and good craic.” They’re calling it Port to Port, and here’s what they say about that:
“Ports have played an integral part of civilizations throughout the ages as the gateway through which people, goods, ideas, craic, and culture move.

No less relevant today, Port to Port Festival brings together artists, musicians, and generally good folk from Portugal and Ireland — two seafaring nations that have been closely linked for centuries.

Over the course of two days, Port to Port will present the latest up-and-coming talent from Ireland, Portugal, and beyond, with an array of genres from Folk to Experimental Electronic, ear tingling to body grooving, the weird and wonderful to the absolutely everything in between.”

March 21st: 16h – 05h
March 22nd: 14h – midnight

Line-up coming soon!
More deets here.

*Arroz Estúdios, the venue for this festival, is a Portuguese Cultural Association which requires a 3€ annual membership.

There are currently Earlybird tickets, 12€ for the full two days!

 

Here’s some feels.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbgcvIejEa4&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

Mar
22
Sun
FESTIVAL | Port to Port by Garden Collective | Location in Beato TBA) | 8€+
Mar 22 @ 16:00 – Mar 23 @ 05:00
FESTIVAL | Port to Port by Garden Collective | Location in Beato TBA) | 8€+ @ Arroz Estudios | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The folks behind Graden Collective are mainly three Irish lads and one semi-undercover Brit. Which means they are multicultural, and all about peace and love. They are also very good friends of Atlas, which also says something about them…
Here’s what they say about themselves:
“A collective of likeminded people building a platform for artists to create, share and collaborate across all areas of culture. Founded in Cork, Garden collective is now made up of a diverse group of people based in Lisbon, where we blend roots with shoots and do cool stuff.”

This spring, the collective is throwing its very first official festival, a “glorious two-day bonanza of music, art, poetry, and good craic.” They’re calling it Port to Port, and here’s what they say about that:
“Ports have played an integral part of civilizations throughout the ages as the gateway through which people, goods, ideas, craic, and culture move.

No less relevant today, Port to Port Festival brings together artists, musicians, and generally good folk from Portugal and Ireland — two seafaring nations that have been closely linked for centuries.

Over the course of two days, Port to Port will present the latest up-and-coming talent from Ireland, Portugal, and beyond, with an array of genres from Folk to Experimental Electronic, ear tingling to body grooving, the weird and wonderful to the absolutely everything in between.”

March 21st: 16h – 05h
March 22nd: 14h – midnight

Line-up coming soon!
More deets here.

*Arroz Estúdios, the venue for this festival, is a Portuguese Cultural Association which requires a 3€ annual membership.

There are currently Earlybird tickets, 12€ for the full two days!

 

Here’s some feels.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbgcvIejEa4&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

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