Most museums in Lisbon re-opened April 5, and theaters, cinemas, and live music venues on  April 19. Read more here. NOTE: Hours are changing constantly and shows still get cancelled, so please check with the organizers.

to Jul 25 | URBAN ART FESTIVAL | LX Factory: EMUA #1 | FREE-TBD

LX Factory R. Rodrigues de Faria 103, 1300-501 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

As one of Banksy's infamous rats once said: “If Graffiti changed anything – It would be illegal.” What that really means remains unclear, probably even to Banksy. What is clear is that, at least according to organizers LX Factory, "one of the world’s most well-kept secrets of urban art has just landed in Lisbon." They […]


to Dec 31 | OUTDOOR MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Dante Plus 700 | FREE

Museu dos Coches Lisbon

"If the present world go astray, the cause is in you, in you it is to be sought." Dante Alighieri. Well, it's been 700 years, and the present world is still going astray, but, nevertheless, still going. For example, for the rest of 2021, in theory, National Coach Museum in Belém is celebrating 700 years […]

to Sept 27 | PAINTING EXHIBIT | Mário Dionísio – 50 anos de pintura | FREE

Casa da Achada - Centro Mário Dionísio R. da Achada 11, 1100-004 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Here's how Wikipedia describes Lisbon native and local legend Mario Dionisio de Assis Monteiro: "A multifaceted personality – poet, novelist, essayist, critic, painter – Mário Dionísio had a remarkable civic and cultural impact in the Portuguese twentieth century, with a particular focus on the literary and artistic domains." All summer long, Casa da Achada — […]



Com Calma - Espaço Cultural R. República da Bolívia 5 C, 1500-475 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Francisca Sousa is a local multimedia artist whose Instagram profile says she saw you in her sex dreams. Here's how the organizers of her new solo show, ONCE IN A WHILE THE DEVIL APPEARED, describe it: "This exhibition is a wander through the roots of Portuguese popular culture, namely its festivals and solstice rites, such […]


to Oct 2 | FILM AND FOOD | CinExu 2021 | FREE-TBD

Hollywood Café Rua de São Pedro Mártir, 54, Lisbon

All summer long, local non-profit Grupo Educar teams up with Mouraria's Hollywood Café to bring you the second season of CinExu, which is twelve Monday night (and one Saturday night) sessions of film, workshops, and debates focusing on African culture, here and elsewhere, accompanied by a Bakongo dinner (meat, fish, and/or vegan), and here's how […]


to Jul 28 | CLASSICAL CONCERTS | Festival ao Largo 2021 | FREE

Largo de São Carlos Largo de São Carlos, 1200-108 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

This July, one of Lisbon's prettiest and most central historical squares, Largo de São Carlos, is once again transformed into a giant outdoor stage showcasing some of the city's finest talent in the realm of classical music. Festival ao Largo returns for its 2021 edition, and, starting July 9, maestros from Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa, Coro […]


CELLO AND SAXOPHONE CONCERT | Guilherme Rodrigues e Rodrigo Amado | FREE

A Livraria Ler Devagar R. Rodrigues de Faria 103, 1300 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

On Wednesday, July 28, Berlin-based and "cellist improviser" Guilherme Rodrigues and Lisbon-based saxophonist Rodrigo Amado join forces at Livraria Ler Devagar for some musical chemistry. Here's what the organizers add: "While our community direction has stalled this past year, the isolation has not diminished the will to both develop and cultivate new (re)encounters. With these […]


WEEKLY CONCERTS | Sunset at the Castle | FREE

Castelo São Jorge R. de Santa Cruz do Castelo, 1100-129 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

A good way to experience a beautiful Friday night Lisbon sunset is from the city's historical Castelo de São Jorge. A better way to do that is with the accompaniment of some classical music courtesy of some of the city's royalest musicians. And so, every Friday night throughout the summer (lockdown pending), the castle invites […]


to Dec 11 | OUTDOOR MARKET | Feira do Mocho 2021 | FREE

Jardim de Santos Largo Santos 3 4, Lisbon

Feira do Mocho ("The Owl Fair") returns to Lisbon this year for not one but eleven Saturdays of toys, jewelry, clothes, accessories, art, handicrafts, ceramics, natural products, food, drink, and general outdoor market fun for the whole family, in one of Lisbon's smaller but still beautiful gardens, Jardim do Santos.* Learn more here. *On June […]


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