From May 21st to June 26th, Santa Casa Portugal or Vivo arrives at Campo Pequeno in Lisbon and Super Bock Arena Pavilhão Rosa Mota in Porto.
There is no music festival for a year-or even almost no music-which makes me yearn and arouses the desire to watch and listen to the band’s live performance on stage. But now that a new deflationary phase is about to begin, these happy moments will also be re-dated.
In about a month, the second edition of “House of Santa Casa in Portugal” will begin to be released. This is an oxygen balloon used for cultural transmission. The pandemic and confinement have disappeared. This is a small way to return to normal. signal.
“In order to continue the partnership between “Everything is New” and PEV Entertainment, similar to the first edition, ten shows will be produced at the same time in Campo Pequeno in Lisbon, and ten shows will be produced at the same time in the Super Bock Arena Pavilion Pavilhão Rosa Mota in Porto. The organization, led by Álvaro Covões, announced a total of 20 performances, starting on May 21 and ending on June 26.
From António Zambujo to DAMA, from Carlão to Sam The Kid, from Clã to Anselmo Ralph (Anselmo Ralph), there will be two dozen musical performances. Ten bands and artists will pass through Lisbon and Porto, and they will also show humorous moments on their stage. The unparalleled Herman José and Casal da Treta.
Under the premise of “culture for all”, “with the goal of accepting and encouraging culture in Portugal, in the second edition, Santa Casa once again joined the initiative, Title sponsorIt enhances the attractiveness of the urgency of bringing culture back to daily life for all Portuguese people, returning to the stage through “the best national music and comedy”, shaping the desire to promote the reunion between the public and the artists.
In order to ensure the safety of everyone, each performance is organized on the basis of strict compliance with the rules set by the General Administration of Health (DGS), and masks must be used. These spaces will have all determined locations to meet the mandatory distance between spectators who are not in the same gathering area, and to avoid queuing and crowding, all entrances and exits should have their own dedicated road signs to prove the motto of this return A Culture É safe.