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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in Lisbon and beyond, in English. You can also subscribe for a weekly digest, or see what's happening live on the Atlas Lisboa app. Want something more tailored? Head to the Atlas Marketplace to book tours, experiences, and more, from walking and boat trips to surf classes and exclusive access to archeological sites.
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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