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to Jul 29 | MUSIC FEST | Festival Musicas do Mundo | Sines | 15€-60€

July 29

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One of the more interesting offerings on Portugal’s festival circuit, FMM takes place inside the towns of Sines and Porto Covo, about two hours’ car or bus ride from Lisbon, and its stages include the beach and the castle, making for an excellent setting for a diverse group of musicians from all over the world.

Tickets start at 15€ for a day to 60€ for a week-long pass and can be bought at https://atlaslisboa.bol.pt/Comprar/Bilhetes/122444-festival_musicas_do_mundo_2023_bilhete_diario-castelo_sines/ (Atlas receives a tiny commission).

As of April, here are the artists already confirmed (more information at https://www.fmmsines.pt/

  • Bab L’Bluz (Morocco / France)
  • Carminho (Portugal)
  • Céu (Brazil)
  • Cimafunk (Cuba)
  • Gilsons (Brazil)
  • Inna de Yard (Jamaica)
  • La Chica (France / Venezuela)
  • Lass (Senegal)
  • Lila Downs (Mexico)
  • Maria João & Carlos Bica Quarteto “Close to You” (Portugal)
  • Nneka (Nigeria)
  • Rodrigo Cuevas (Spain)
  • Rokia Koné (Mali)
  • Silvana Estrada (Mexico)
  • The Selecter (United Kingdom)
  • Tinariwen (Tuareg People – Mali)

From the organizers:

“Great music from all over the world on one of the most spectacular coastlines in Europe.

Spectators, critics and performers all agree: one of the most exciting music events takes place in Sines, Alentejo, in the southwest of Portugal – a special place for listening to music of all styles.

The programme of FMM embraces and transcends the scope of world music. It is open to folk, jazz, alternative music, fusion and urban music. More than just a world music or traditional roots music festival, FMM Sines strives to discover the music of the real world as it is made and experienced in our times: music marked by associations between performers from different geographic and cultural origins, arising from the movements of ideas and people which define contemporary society.”


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