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Sep
21
Sat
INTERNATIONAL FEST | Festival Todos 2019 | Graça | FREE
Sep 21 @ 11:00 – 20:00
INTERNATIONAL FEST | Festival Todos 2019 | Graça | FREE @ São Vicente | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Festival Todos is a decade-old yearly party that, by its very definition, has something for everyone. The organizers of the 2019 version — TODOS -“Caminhada de Culturas” (“Cultures Walk”) — say it “is a multi-art festival that affirms Lisbon, since 2009, as a city of intercultural dialogue, cohabitation of different religions, people, and generations, through the promotion of art and sharing…
TODOS 11th edition will be held in various historically relevant spots in the area of São Vicente.

Promoted between Academia de Produtores Culturais and the Lisbon City Council, TODOS works directly with local communities and has contributed to eliminating territorial ghettos associated with immigration.”

A four-day weekend of food, art, dance, music, tours, workshops, from every corner of the world, for a good cause, and mostly* free of charge.

*FREE ENTRY to all shows
except
Capicua & Mulheres da Lusofonia concert-TBD;
World Food (naturally paid directly to the cooks);
Workshops (participation fees to be announced soon).

Check the full program, with times and locations and more, here.

to Sept 22 | OUTDOOR MARKET | Street Fest Alameda | Alameda | FREE
Sep 21 @ 12:00 – 22:00
to Sept 22 | OUTDOOR MARKET | Street Fest Alameda | Alameda | FREE @ Alameda - Fonte Luminosa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Alameda, the beautiful semi-park overlooking downtown Lisbon, is often overlooked due to its location. Local non-profit Street Fest describes itself as based on the “idea of ​​boosting the capital’s squares and gardens, creating unique moments of good music and a very good atmosphere for a happier city!”
This weekend, they’re boosting the already unique area of Alameda with two days of good vibes.
Here’s how they describe it:
“Bring family and friends, dog and parakeet, a towel to spread on the lawn, and taste the different flavors in STREET FOOD roulette, to the sound of Ketzal, Azza, The Cool and Caffeine, and Lucky Club! Accompany this with a cold imperial and say goodbye to the summer in a perfect environment between food, music, and a small exhibition of craft projects of young entrepreneurs.”

Imperial = draft beer FYI.

FREE ENTRY.

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]

to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE
Sep 21 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE @ Jardim da Luz | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Luz” means “light” in Portuguese.
Every year in September a bunch of locals in the neighborhood of Carnide take part in a pilgrimage to the 400-year-old Luz Church (aka the Shrine of Our Lady of Light).
Feira da Luz (“The Fair of Light”) began as an extension of this.
Today, in the words of the organizers, Feira da Luz is “a platform for promoting the country’s best national music.”
A free live concert on Saturday, and then every Friday, Saturday, and one Sunday through September. This year includes some big names.

Here’s the program (all shows at 21h30):
31/08 – Jorge Palma
6/09 – Átoa
7/09 – João Pedro Pais
13/09 – Sons do Minho
14/09 – Rouxinol Faduncho
20/09 – Herman José
21/09 – Cuca Roseta
27/09 – Projeto Cid
28/09 – Ana Bacalhau
29/09 – Carapaus, Azeite & Alho.

Download the PDF here to see the full program.

FREE ENTRY.

Sep
22
Sun
INTERNATIONAL FEST | Festival Todos 2019 | Graça | FREE
Sep 22 @ 11:00 – 20:00
INTERNATIONAL FEST | Festival Todos 2019 | Graça | FREE @ São Vicente | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Festival Todos is a decade-old yearly party that, by its very definition, has something for everyone. The organizers of the 2019 version — TODOS -“Caminhada de Culturas” (“Cultures Walk”) — say it “is a multi-art festival that affirms Lisbon, since 2009, as a city of intercultural dialogue, cohabitation of different religions, people, and generations, through the promotion of art and sharing…
TODOS 11th edition will be held in various historically relevant spots in the area of São Vicente.

Promoted between Academia de Produtores Culturais and the Lisbon City Council, TODOS works directly with local communities and has contributed to eliminating territorial ghettos associated with immigration.”

A four-day weekend of food, art, dance, music, tours, workshops, from every corner of the world, for a good cause, and mostly* free of charge.

*FREE ENTRY to all shows
except
Capicua & Mulheres da Lusofonia concert-TBD;
World Food (naturally paid directly to the cooks);
Workshops (participation fees to be announced soon).

Check the full program, with times and locations and more, here.

to Sept 22 | OUTDOOR MARKET | Street Fest Alameda | Alameda | FREE
Sep 22 @ 12:00 – 22:00
to Sept 22 | OUTDOOR MARKET | Street Fest Alameda | Alameda | FREE @ Alameda - Fonte Luminosa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Alameda, the beautiful semi-park overlooking downtown Lisbon, is often overlooked due to its location. Local non-profit Street Fest describes itself as based on the “idea of ​​boosting the capital’s squares and gardens, creating unique moments of good music and a very good atmosphere for a happier city!”
This weekend, they’re boosting the already unique area of Alameda with two days of good vibes.
Here’s how they describe it:
“Bring family and friends, dog and parakeet, a towel to spread on the lawn, and taste the different flavors in STREET FOOD roulette, to the sound of Ketzal, Azza, The Cool and Caffeine, and Lucky Club! Accompany this with a cold imperial and say goodbye to the summer in a perfect environment between food, music, and a small exhibition of craft projects of young entrepreneurs.”

Imperial = draft beer FYI.

FREE ENTRY.

to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Somersby Out Jazz 2019 | Lisbon | FREE
Sep 22 @ 17:00 – 21:30
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Somersby Out Jazz 2019 | Lisbon | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The 13th edition of Somersby Out Jazz is back in Lisbon, which means you have the option of spending any given Sunday afternoon trough the end of September enjoying jazz, soul, funk, hip-hop, rock, DJs, drinks, dancing, friends, and fresh air in some of the most beautiful gardens of the capital.
Free of charge.
Here’s what José Filipe Rebelo Pinto, founder of Somersby Out Jazz, says:
“Lisbon is trendy and still has a lot to offer. There are many green spaces scattered throughout the city with great potential, which have the capacity to receive an event of this size and that only benefit in being more dynamic. The aim of the Somersby Out Jazz is precisely to provide a diversified musical experience for Portuguese and foreigners while promoting the gardens in which it is held and encouraging their (re-)visitation.”

The Belém Tower Garden is the first outdoor venue to receive the 2019 edition, followed by:
Jardim do Campo Grande in June;
Jardim da Estrela in July;
Ribeira das Naus in August,
and Bela Vista Park in September.

View the full program, with artists and other info, here.

FREE ENTRY.

PARTY | Rožava & Empty Hall of Fame & Farsa at Disgraça | Graça | DONATION
Sep 22 @ 18:00 – 23:00
PARTY | Rožava & Empty Hall of Fame & Farsa at Disgraça | Graça | DONATION @ Disgraça | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Here’s how the graceful space in Graça that is Disgraça describes itself:
“A space where racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, etc. behaviors are not tolerated. Thus, it reserves the right to prevent entry to police, judges, ministers, presidents, nazis, neo-Nazis, protonazis, nationalists, or any other vertical animal suffering from any kind of authoritarian or supremacist idiocy.”

This year, Disgraça turns four years old, and they’re celebrating.

They add:
“And so we close the birthday festivities with a day of concerts and other activities in what is the most infamous cave in this city, with countless subversive activities coming soon!”

The line-up:
ROZAVA (Czech Republic) – NEOCRUST / BLACK METAL.

EMPTY HALL OF FAME (Czech Republic) – HARDCORE PUNK.

FARSA (Lisbon) – POST-HARDCORE.

BUTERFLAI (libertarian singer of the Quixote lands, to whet your appetite).

There will always be Vegan dinner to go with that more or less fresh beer!
Information on other activities soon, here, or more likely here.

ENTRY is donation-based.

Oh, and don’t be a nazi…

Happy Birthday, kids!

Here’s Empty Hall of Fame.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL7kz8EKfZY&fbclid=IwAR2oHd-bkwLLDmSPgB8SDisVUQScZXHCwUoFkx-VraL7whICSc9DxBfaFts[/embed]

Sep
24
Tue
Weekly | OPEN MIC | Acoustic Sessions at Crafty Corner | Cais do Sodré | FREE
Sep 24 @ 22:00 – 23:59
Weekly | OPEN MIC | Acoustic Sessions at Crafty Corner | Cais do Sodré | FREE @ Crafty Corner | Lisboa | Portugal

“We’re just
two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl
year after year.”
Roger Waters.

If you want to feel like you’re in a fish bowl with fellow lost souls but swimming in craft beer, come on down to the Crafty Corner any given Tuesday. Bring your guitar, or just your ears, and enjoy some open mic. The stage is highly visible from the street (increasing your level of “exposure” greatly), the 12 local craft beers on tap are constantly evolving (ask the bartenders, they’re cool), and chances of hearing “Wish you were here” are almost equal to those of hearing “Wonderwall”. Because, after all, this is downtown Lisbon.
The organizers put it this way:
“Open Mic Tuesdays at Crafty Corner – a weekly event dedicated to offering musicians the opportunity to play to a lovely audience in a beautiful location. These are acoustic or semi-acoustic sessions – those who dare get a free beer (or wine or soft drink!)”
FREE ENTRY

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Sep 24 @ 22:00 – Sep 25 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Sep
25
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Sep 25 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

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]

Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE
Sep 26 @ 19:00 – 21:00
Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE @ Museu de Lisboa – Teatro Romano | Lisboa | Portugal

“Prepare yourselves
for the roaring voice of the God of Joy!”
Euripides, The Bacchae.

Bacchus, aka Dionysus, as you may have heard, is kind of a party dude. He woulda liked Lisbon… And it’s likely that one of his favorite places to indulge would be Museu Lisboa: Teatro Romano .
So to honor the coolest of our heavenly Roman friends, the museum invites you to chill like a god and enjoy an evening of live music, amid some ancient ruins, god nectar in hand and river in view, for their version of Happy Hour.
That’s right, you guessed it: Bacchus Hour.

Every last Thursday evening of each month.

FREE ENTRY.

Saude indeed!

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]

to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE
Sep 27 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE @ Jardim da Luz | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Luz” means “light” in Portuguese.
Every year in September a bunch of locals in the neighborhood of Carnide take part in a pilgrimage to the 400-year-old Luz Church (aka the Shrine of Our Lady of Light).
Feira da Luz (“The Fair of Light”) began as an extension of this.
Today, in the words of the organizers, Feira da Luz is “a platform for promoting the country’s best national music.”
A free live concert on Saturday, and then every Friday, Saturday, and one Sunday through September. This year includes some big names.

Here’s the program (all shows at 21h30):
31/08 – Jorge Palma
6/09 – Átoa
7/09 – João Pedro Pais
13/09 – Sons do Minho
14/09 – Rouxinol Faduncho
20/09 – Herman José
21/09 – Cuca Roseta
27/09 – Projeto Cid
28/09 – Ana Bacalhau
29/09 – Carapaus, Azeite & Alho.

Download the PDF here to see the full program.

FREE ENTRY.

Sep
28
Sat
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]

to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE
Sep 28 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE @ Jardim da Luz | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Luz” means “light” in Portuguese.
Every year in September a bunch of locals in the neighborhood of Carnide take part in a pilgrimage to the 400-year-old Luz Church (aka the Shrine of Our Lady of Light).
Feira da Luz (“The Fair of Light”) began as an extension of this.
Today, in the words of the organizers, Feira da Luz is “a platform for promoting the country’s best national music.”
A free live concert on Saturday, and then every Friday, Saturday, and one Sunday through September. This year includes some big names.

Here’s the program (all shows at 21h30):
31/08 – Jorge Palma
6/09 – Átoa
7/09 – João Pedro Pais
13/09 – Sons do Minho
14/09 – Rouxinol Faduncho
20/09 – Herman José
21/09 – Cuca Roseta
27/09 – Projeto Cid
28/09 – Ana Bacalhau
29/09 – Carapaus, Azeite & Alho.

Download the PDF here to see the full program.

FREE ENTRY.

Sep
29
Sun
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Somersby Out Jazz 2019 | Lisbon | FREE
Sep 29 @ 17:00 – 21:30
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Somersby Out Jazz 2019 | Lisbon | FREE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The 13th edition of Somersby Out Jazz is back in Lisbon, which means you have the option of spending any given Sunday afternoon trough the end of September enjoying jazz, soul, funk, hip-hop, rock, DJs, drinks, dancing, friends, and fresh air in some of the most beautiful gardens of the capital.
Free of charge.
Here’s what José Filipe Rebelo Pinto, founder of Somersby Out Jazz, says:
“Lisbon is trendy and still has a lot to offer. There are many green spaces scattered throughout the city with great potential, which have the capacity to receive an event of this size and that only benefit in being more dynamic. The aim of the Somersby Out Jazz is precisely to provide a diversified musical experience for Portuguese and foreigners while promoting the gardens in which it is held and encouraging their (re-)visitation.”

The Belém Tower Garden is the first outdoor venue to receive the 2019 edition, followed by:
Jardim do Campo Grande in June;
Jardim da Estrela in July;
Ribeira das Naus in August,
and Bela Vista Park in September.

View the full program, with artists and other info, here.

FREE ENTRY.

CONCERT | Yann Tiersen in Lisbon | Campo Pequeno | 30-40€
Sep 29 @ 21:30 – 23:30
CONCERT | Yann Tiersen in Lisbon | Campo Pequeno | 30-40€ @ Campo Pequeno | Lisboa | Portugal

World renowned experimental musician Yann Tiersen makes a lot of people cry.
But, in a good way.
Yann has a new album. It’s called ALL. It’s quite experimental, and the first to be recorded in his new studio/ community center The Eskal (formerly an abandoned discotheque) on the small island of Ushant, his hometown.
Yann comes to Portugal this September to share ALL with you.
And maybe make you cry.

Tickets are already selling out; get yours here.

In the meantime, here’s something beautiful.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uj9BihmugmI[/embed]

to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE
Sep 29 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Sept 29 | MUSIC FESTIVAL | Feira da Luz | Carnide | FREE @ Jardim da Luz | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Luz” means “light” in Portuguese.
Every year in September a bunch of locals in the neighborhood of Carnide take part in a pilgrimage to the 400-year-old Luz Church (aka the Shrine of Our Lady of Light).
Feira da Luz (“The Fair of Light”) began as an extension of this.
Today, in the words of the organizers, Feira da Luz is “a platform for promoting the country’s best national music.”
A free live concert on Saturday, and then every Friday, Saturday, and one Sunday through September. This year includes some big names.

Here’s the program (all shows at 21h30):
31/08 – Jorge Palma
6/09 – Átoa
7/09 – João Pedro Pais
13/09 – Sons do Minho
14/09 – Rouxinol Faduncho
20/09 – Herman José
21/09 – Cuca Roseta
27/09 – Projeto Cid
28/09 – Ana Bacalhau
29/09 – Carapaus, Azeite & Alho.

Download the PDF here to see the full program.

FREE ENTRY.

Oct
1
Tue
ROCK CONCERT | Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker | Baixa | 28€-33€
Oct 1 @ 21:00 – 23:45
ROCK CONCERT | Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker | Baixa | 28€-33€ @ Coliseu Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Nick Murphy, perhaps, for now, better known by his previous moniker, Chet Faker, is gracing Lisbon’s Coliseu with his presence Oct. 1, to play tunes from his newest album, Run Fast Sleep Naked, which as an instruction is very sound advice, in our opinion. NOTE: He’s scheduled to play in Porto Oct. 2, tickets for both will be here. You can get individual tickets for 28€, or get the five- or six-seat boxes, for up to 33€ per ticket.

Here’s how Nick has been feeling:

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9bV9SRq8gM[/embed]

And just a reminder about how he used to feel when he was Chet Faker:

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hi4pzKvuEQM[/embed]

Atlas receives a small commission for sales for some of the bigger shows on our calendar, at no additional cost to you.

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 1 @ 22:00 – Oct 2 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
2
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Oct 2 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Oct
8
Tue
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 8 @ 22:00 – Oct 9 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
9
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Oct 9 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Oct
15
Tue
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 15 @ 22:00 – Oct 16 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
16
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Oct 16 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

CONCERT | The Psychedelic Furs in Lisbon | Marvila | 28€
Oct 16 @ 21:00 – 23:00
CONCERT | The Psychedelic Furs in Lisbon | Marvila | 28€ @ LISBOA AO VIVO | Lisboa | Portugal

The Psychedelic Furs. They were formed in 1977. That’s original Star Wars old… However, even if you’re not a fan, you’ve likely heard the name. At the very least, you’ve heard (and likely like) at least one song.
And if you are a fan, you’re especially in luck, because the Furs hit Lisbon this October.
And tickets are likely to go quickly.

28€ tickets here.

Here’s the one song you definitely know.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGD9i718kBU[/embed]

Oct
22
Tue
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 22 @ 22:00 – Oct 23 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
23
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Oct 23 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Oct
29
Tue
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 29 @ 22:00 – Oct 30 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
30
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Oct 30 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Oct
31
Thu
Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE
Oct 31 @ 19:00 – 21:00
Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE @ Museu de Lisboa – Teatro Romano | Lisboa | Portugal

“Prepare yourselves
for the roaring voice of the God of Joy!”
Euripides, The Bacchae.

Bacchus, aka Dionysus, as you may have heard, is kind of a party dude. He woulda liked Lisbon… And it’s likely that one of his favorite places to indulge would be Museu Lisboa: Teatro Romano .
So to honor the coolest of our heavenly Roman friends, the museum invites you to chill like a god and enjoy an evening of live music, amid some ancient ruins, god nectar in hand and river in view, for their version of Happy Hour.
That’s right, you guessed it: Bacchus Hour.

Every last Thursday evening of each month.

FREE ENTRY.

Saude indeed!

Nov
6
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Nov 6 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Nov
13
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Nov 13 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Nov
20
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Nov 20 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Nov
27
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Nov 27 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Nov
28
Thu
Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE
Nov 28 @ 19:00 – 21:00
Monthly | WINE AND LIVE MUSIC | Bacchus Hour at Teatro Romano | Alfama | FREE @ Museu de Lisboa – Teatro Romano | Lisboa | Portugal

“Prepare yourselves
for the roaring voice of the God of Joy!”
Euripides, The Bacchae.

Bacchus, aka Dionysus, as you may have heard, is kind of a party dude. He woulda liked Lisbon… And it’s likely that one of his favorite places to indulge would be Museu Lisboa: Teatro Romano .
So to honor the coolest of our heavenly Roman friends, the museum invites you to chill like a god and enjoy an evening of live music, amid some ancient ruins, god nectar in hand and river in view, for their version of Happy Hour.
That’s right, you guessed it: Bacchus Hour.

Every last Thursday evening of each month.

FREE ENTRY.

Saude indeed!

Dec
4
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Dec 4 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

Dec
11
Wed
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE
Dec 11 @ 18:00 – 23:59
Weekly | LIVE MUSIC | Jam70 at Anjos70 | Anjos | FREE @ Anjos70 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Depending on the job, Wednesdays can leave some people feeling like they’re in a jam. Anjos70 (no, despite popular belief we are not on their payroll; we just like the place) offers a way to get out of said jam with a weekly jam session.
Local musicians — André Jessen on drums, Jorge Figueiredo on bass, Bruno Vieira on guitar and Inês Laranjeira on vocals — will help you get through the work week with some live tunes. And, if you have a voice and/or an instrument, feel free to jump in on the jam.

There’s also a vegan dinner option at 18h, if that’s still your thing.

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