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Sep
20
Fri
to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€
Sep 20 @ 15:00 – Sep 21 @ 02:00
to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€ @ Panorâmico de Monsanto | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

What’s a good way to end your summer?
How about with an art and music festival inside some cool post-apocalyptic-yet-intact semi-ruins inside a forest in Lisbon?
Restaurant Panorámico (aka Panorâmico de Monsanto), the abandoned, off-the-beaten-path architectural marvel overlooking the city, welcomes back Festival Iminente 2019 this weekend for four days of well-rounded fun.

From the organizers:
“That’s right, it’s Festival Iminente once again. It might not even be such a good idea to gather in the same place activists of an emerging and urban culture. But that’s the way we are, we like to do what we believe in. New music and new art. Restless and explosive lusophone culture. Manifestos for freedom of expression and human rights. Diversity. At the Panorâmico de Monsanto, where the future has always been made.
After making its way around the world – London, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro – Iminente is now returning to Lisbon for four days of collective cultural intimacy, reflecting on the concepts of Identity and Diversity. And there’s nothing like returning home…”

Over 100 artists, from 11 nationalities, on five stages, plus 5000 lucky kids a day, for four days of visual and performance arts, sculpture, painting, photography, graffiti, hip-hop, trap, b-boys, b-girls, as well as fado, world music, world dancers, talks, workshops, etc..
And a few surprises are likely imminent too.

Learn the deets, including the full line-up, here.

Check out highlights from last year here.

TICKETS*: 15€ per day, on sale here.
*There are only 5000 day tickets – no festival passes – and, like previous years, there are no ticket booths or ticket sales at the gates.

Happy Discovery!

to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE
Sep 20 @ 18:00 – 23:30
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The INATEL Foundation describes the fourth edition of their POPular – INATEL na Rua Festival as “an initiative that aims to disseminate traditional cultural practices, in fulfillment of its mission and as a UNESCO consultant to safeguard the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Portugal.”
They’ve been partying and safeguard culture since May, and for the last two weekends in September they’re throwing two final three-day celebrations — one in Ajuda and the other in Jardim da Estrela.
Theater, dance, music, ethnography, sports, games — and, in the words of INATEL, “vehicles of associative work performed by thousands of citizens dedicated to the valorization and dissemination of traditional culture” — are just some of the cultural fun ahead.

Check out the full programs here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a promo.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qKlM3SOmIA[/embed]

PARTY | Queer Lisboa 23: Festa de Abertura | Cais do Sodré | 5€
Sep 20 @ 23:59 – Sep 21 @ 06:00
PARTY | Queer Lisboa 23: Festa de Abertura | Cais do Sodré | 5€ @ Titanic Sur Mer | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The 23d edition of the Queer Lisboa film festival hits Lisbon September 20, and Titanic Sur Mer is jumping on board with an opening party, aptly titled Opening of the Festival.
They describe it as having “a strong Brazilian flavor and propelled by activism.”

VENGA, VENGA, “hit duo of Lisbon nightlife,” are the headliners, and plan to keep the party going ’til sunrise. Here’s how they describe themselves:
“EXTRAVAGANZA. TROPICAL. HEDONISTIC. NOMAD.
This cultural project invites you to transcendence, blending folklore with musical experience. These sons of nomadism display sounds and aesthetics that go from the eccentricity of remote cultures to the most metropolitan subversions.”

Warming the crowd up to said metropolitan subversions, around midnight, will be local Catxibi from the female collective Thug Unicorn and Rádio Quântica.

Entry: 5€.

Here’s a taste.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYKzFCSi_N4[/embed]

Sep
21
Sat
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Sep 21 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Sama Sama | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

It’s happened to all of us:
It’s a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon in Lisbon, you’re nursing your hangover with a vegan crepe and a local craft beer. Life is good… yet, it still feels like something’s missing…
Well, that something is actually a someone, and none other than up-and-coming, Irish-made local DJ superstar Senhor Santos!

For the next few sunny Saturdays of summer, local food superstars Sama Sama invite the Senhor himself to spin some goodness at Crafty Corner, while they spin (or however you make a crepe) some more goodness next door for your eating, drinking, and chilling pleasure.

Saturdays from 12h to 16h, until October 5.

Bom Apetit!

*The music’s free, the crepes and beer cost money (but are rarely undevoured).

to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€
Sep 21 @ 15:00 – Sep 22 @ 02:00
to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€ @ Panorâmico de Monsanto | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

What’s a good way to end your summer?
How about with an art and music festival inside some cool post-apocalyptic-yet-intact semi-ruins inside a forest in Lisbon?
Restaurant Panorámico (aka Panorâmico de Monsanto), the abandoned, off-the-beaten-path architectural marvel overlooking the city, welcomes back Festival Iminente 2019 this weekend for four days of well-rounded fun.

From the organizers:
“That’s right, it’s Festival Iminente once again. It might not even be such a good idea to gather in the same place activists of an emerging and urban culture. But that’s the way we are, we like to do what we believe in. New music and new art. Restless and explosive lusophone culture. Manifestos for freedom of expression and human rights. Diversity. At the Panorâmico de Monsanto, where the future has always been made.
After making its way around the world – London, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro – Iminente is now returning to Lisbon for four days of collective cultural intimacy, reflecting on the concepts of Identity and Diversity. And there’s nothing like returning home…”

Over 100 artists, from 11 nationalities, on five stages, plus 5000 lucky kids a day, for four days of visual and performance arts, sculpture, painting, photography, graffiti, hip-hop, trap, b-boys, b-girls, as well as fado, world music, world dancers, talks, workshops, etc..
And a few surprises are likely imminent too.

Learn the deets, including the full line-up, here.

Check out highlights from last year here.

TICKETS*: 15€ per day, on sale here.
*There are only 5000 day tickets – no festival passes – and, like previous years, there are no ticket booths or ticket sales at the gates.

Happy Discovery!

to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE
Sep 21 @ 18:00 – 23:30
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The INATEL Foundation describes the fourth edition of their POPular – INATEL na Rua Festival as “an initiative that aims to disseminate traditional cultural practices, in fulfillment of its mission and as a UNESCO consultant to safeguard the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Portugal.”
They’ve been partying and safeguard culture since May, and for the last two weekends in September they’re throwing two final three-day celebrations — one in Ajuda and the other in Jardim da Estrela.
Theater, dance, music, ethnography, sports, games — and, in the words of INATEL, “vehicles of associative work performed by thousands of citizens dedicated to the valorization and dissemination of traditional culture” — are just some of the cultural fun ahead.

Check out the full programs here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a promo.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qKlM3SOmIA[/embed]

DINNER AND 2-DAY PARTY | Arroz Estúdios’ 1st Birthday | Cacilhas | FREE-22€
Sep 21 @ 19:30 – Sep 22 @ 23:59
DINNER AND 2-DAY PARTY | Arroz Estúdios' 1st Birthday  | Cacilhas | FREE-22€ @ Arroz Estúdios | Lisboa | Setúbal | Portugal

Atlas has it on good authority that creative space across the river Arroz Estúdios, despite being only a one-year-old space, knows what they’re doing. The word is still out on whether anything half-naked will jump out of a cake, but we’ll let you know once we hear something.

So, without further ado, we’ll let them do the talking:
“We are one. To celebrate we’re hosting a 30h birthday party.
Come and join the fun.”

Yep.
That about sums it up.

The madness kicks off with a trippy, rabbit-friendly dinner, and the rest is bound to be of historic proportions…

The plan:

Saturday:
19:30 – 23:00-
Dystopian Installations, performances, 5* food, aka
Alice in Wonderland Immersive Dinner Party
22€ per person (limited seating, tix above).

23:00 – 12:00
Arroz à Noite x Ransom Note w/ Bawrut [ITA]
Bawrut.
Matt Cowell.
Funkamente.
Fernando Martinez.
Senhor Santos.
DeVibe.
Mr.Bubble.
(ENTRY: 5€).

Sunday, 12:00 – 18:00-
Sunday Street Market:
Street food, arts traders, music.
Dj LadyG Brown.
Senhor Santos.
Onya.

18:00 – late:
Sunset Session.
Hate Moss.
mouradores.
Dgtxl blxck.

ENTRY: FREE for members; 3€ for membership.

Parabens, amigos, and godspeed!

Sep
22
Sun
to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€
Sep 22 @ 15:00 – Sep 23 @ 02:00
to Sept 22 | ART AND MUSIC FEST | Festival Iminente 2019 | Monsanto | 15€ @ Panorâmico de Monsanto | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

What’s a good way to end your summer?
How about with an art and music festival inside some cool post-apocalyptic-yet-intact semi-ruins inside a forest in Lisbon?
Restaurant Panorámico (aka Panorâmico de Monsanto), the abandoned, off-the-beaten-path architectural marvel overlooking the city, welcomes back Festival Iminente 2019 this weekend for four days of well-rounded fun.

From the organizers:
“That’s right, it’s Festival Iminente once again. It might not even be such a good idea to gather in the same place activists of an emerging and urban culture. But that’s the way we are, we like to do what we believe in. New music and new art. Restless and explosive lusophone culture. Manifestos for freedom of expression and human rights. Diversity. At the Panorâmico de Monsanto, where the future has always been made.
After making its way around the world – London, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro – Iminente is now returning to Lisbon for four days of collective cultural intimacy, reflecting on the concepts of Identity and Diversity. And there’s nothing like returning home…”

Over 100 artists, from 11 nationalities, on five stages, plus 5000 lucky kids a day, for four days of visual and performance arts, sculpture, painting, photography, graffiti, hip-hop, trap, b-boys, b-girls, as well as fado, world music, world dancers, talks, workshops, etc..
And a few surprises are likely imminent too.

Learn the deets, including the full line-up, here.

Check out highlights from last year here.

TICKETS*: 15€ per day, on sale here.
*There are only 5000 day tickets – no festival passes – and, like previous years, there are no ticket booths or ticket sales at the gates.

Happy Discovery!

Sep
25
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Sep 25 @ 23:55 – Sep 26 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Sep
26
Thu
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE
Sep 26 @ 18:00 – 23:30
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The INATEL Foundation describes the fourth edition of their POPular – INATEL na Rua Festival as “an initiative that aims to disseminate traditional cultural practices, in fulfillment of its mission and as a UNESCO consultant to safeguard the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Portugal.”
They’ve been partying and safeguard culture since May, and for the last two weekends in September they’re throwing two final three-day celebrations — one in Ajuda and the other in Jardim da Estrela.
Theater, dance, music, ethnography, sports, games — and, in the words of INATEL, “vehicles of associative work performed by thousands of citizens dedicated to the valorization and dissemination of traditional culture” — are just some of the cultural fun ahead.

Check out the full programs here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a promo.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qKlM3SOmIA[/embed]

Sep
27
Fri
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE
Sep 27 @ 18:00 – 23:30
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The INATEL Foundation describes the fourth edition of their POPular – INATEL na Rua Festival as “an initiative that aims to disseminate traditional cultural practices, in fulfillment of its mission and as a UNESCO consultant to safeguard the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Portugal.”
They’ve been partying and safeguard culture since May, and for the last two weekends in September they’re throwing two final three-day celebrations — one in Ajuda and the other in Jardim da Estrela.
Theater, dance, music, ethnography, sports, games — and, in the words of INATEL, “vehicles of associative work performed by thousands of citizens dedicated to the valorization and dissemination of traditional culture” — are just some of the cultural fun ahead.

Check out the full programs here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a promo.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qKlM3SOmIA[/embed]

Sep
28
Sat
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Sep 28 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Sama Sama | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

It’s happened to all of us:
It’s a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon in Lisbon, you’re nursing your hangover with a vegan crepe and a local craft beer. Life is good… yet, it still feels like something’s missing…
Well, that something is actually a someone, and none other than up-and-coming, Irish-made local DJ superstar Senhor Santos!

For the next few sunny Saturdays of summer, local food superstars Sama Sama invite the Senhor himself to spin some goodness at Crafty Corner, while they spin (or however you make a crepe) some more goodness next door for your eating, drinking, and chilling pleasure.

Saturdays from 12h to 16h, until October 5.

Bom Apetit!

*The music’s free, the crepes and beer cost money (but are rarely undevoured).

to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE
Sep 28 @ 18:00 – 23:30
to Sept 29 | FESTIVAL | Popular INATEL na Rua 2019 | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The INATEL Foundation describes the fourth edition of their POPular – INATEL na Rua Festival as “an initiative that aims to disseminate traditional cultural practices, in fulfillment of its mission and as a UNESCO consultant to safeguard the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Portugal.”
They’ve been partying and safeguard culture since May, and for the last two weekends in September they’re throwing two final three-day celebrations — one in Ajuda and the other in Jardim da Estrela.
Theater, dance, music, ethnography, sports, games — and, in the words of INATEL, “vehicles of associative work performed by thousands of citizens dedicated to the valorization and dissemination of traditional culture” — are just some of the cultural fun ahead.

Check out the full programs here.

FREE ENTRY.

And here’s a promo.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qKlM3SOmIA[/embed]

Oct
2
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 2 @ 23:55 – Oct 3 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Oct
5
Sat
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Oct 5 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Weekly to Oct 5 | FOOD AND DJ PARTY | Crepes, Beer, & Senhor Santos | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Sama Sama | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

It’s happened to all of us:
It’s a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon in Lisbon, you’re nursing your hangover with a vegan crepe and a local craft beer. Life is good… yet, it still feels like something’s missing…
Well, that something is actually a someone, and none other than up-and-coming, Irish-made local DJ superstar Senhor Santos!

For the next few sunny Saturdays of summer, local food superstars Sama Sama invite the Senhor himself to spin some goodness at Crafty Corner, while they spin (or however you make a crepe) some more goodness next door for your eating, drinking, and chilling pleasure.

Saturdays from 12h to 16h, until October 5.

Bom Apetit!

*The music’s free, the crepes and beer cost money (but are rarely undevoured).

Oct
9
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 9 @ 23:55 – Oct 10 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Oct
16
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 16 @ 23:55 – Oct 17 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Oct
23
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 23 @ 23:55 – Oct 24 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Oct
30
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 30 @ 23:55 – Oct 31 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Nov
6
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Nov 6 @ 23:55 – Nov 7 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Nov
13
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Nov 13 @ 23:55 – Nov 14 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Nov
20
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Nov 20 @ 23:55 – Nov 21 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Nov
27
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Nov 27 @ 23:55 – Nov 28 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Dec
4
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Dec 4 @ 23:55 – Dec 5 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

Dec
11
Wed
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Dec 11 @ 23:55 – Dec 12 @ 06:00
Weekly | MUSIC | Hump Day: 70s DJs at MUSICBOX | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ MUSICBOX | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Hump day, for you second-language speakers, comes in part from the phrase over the hump.

Other than that, we think the organizers of this weekly boogie describe it better than we ever could:
“𝙃𝙐𝙈𝙋 𝘿𝘼𝙔 means Wednesdays. The high point of the week. It’s that day that tells you that the worst has passed and the best is about to come. The middle can mean virtue but it can also mean sin, pleasure, and freedom on the dance floor, listening to surprising groovy sounds that turn you up and work like a desert mirage, giving you the strength you need to get to the oasis that is the weekend.
This weekly party is an invitation to celebrate just because. And because Lisbon is the coolest place in the universe, at least according to that hipster article in New York or whatever.
Wednesdays are the new Thursdays, or the old Fridays, or the future Saturdays, or whatever you want them to be. Come by MUSICBOX in Cais do Sodré and you’ll find that Wednesdays are your new favorite day.”

NOTE: They usually charge at the door, but not much, and it’s basically just a way to trick you into getting a beer.
Which you might need on hump day.

All we have to add is this stupid commercial from back in the day.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LtjzQaFZ3k[/embed]

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