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PARTY | Garden Collective: Muito Agosto | Xabregas | 5,60€

August 22, 2020 @ 15:00 - 20:00

€5,60

Here’s what Atlas friends Garden Collective say about themselves:
“A collective of like-minded 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.”

They have been partying it up in Lisbon for three years now; they continued to party through the lockdown, digital style, and have recently started sprouting up around town in the flesh again.

Here’s what they say about Saturday:
“Do ya’ get a little peckish from all that socially-distanced partying? Well, do ya? Fear not, they’ll be vegan food available and even some art vendors so you can take a little Garden magic home.
The capacity of this event will be limited, so get your tickets early!

For our FIRST event in the new Arroz space (thanks, ‘rona), Garden Collective will be running from 15h to 20h with a tasty line-up of live musicians, poets, artists, DJs and more!

The Lineup:
The Saravá
Totally Together
Maria Giulia Pinheiro, a página da Magiu
mouradores
Francesco Foggy

ENTRY*: 5€ (with limited capacity, tickets here).

*Arroz Estúdios is an association and therefore requires membership (3€ annual). We are taking all the recommended precautionary measures for this event. It is necessary to wear a mask in any indoor/service area of the venue. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the venue and tables will be spaced using the DGS recommended social distancing measures. *

Venue

Arroz Estúdios
Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 1900-319 Lisboa, Portugal
Lisboa, Lisboa 1900-319 Portugal
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