Lisbon knows how to celebrate. Whether it’s a saint, a traditional food or its love for art. Join this all year festive spirit, embrace the region culture in the typical festivities and cheer for your favorite athletes in internationally renowned sports competitions. Or, listen to famous musicians in festivals that attract people from all over the world.
Monstra is back in Lisboa with hundreds of entries, ranging from feature-length through short to very short films, many having their world, European or national premiere.
Taking place for the first time in the Portuguese capital, Sónar Lisboa aims to be a meeting point of advanced music, creativity and cutting-edge technology, bringing together an open minded national and international audience.
If you like music and dance, then get ready for the first Amapiano Music Festival in Lisbon! On March 2nd, the Carlos Lopes Pavilion will come to life to the sound of South Africa's newest musical genre, celebrating its vibrant and energetic culture.
The Belgium artist Berlinde de Bruyckere is exhibiting for the first time in a museum in Portugal a showing specifically designed for the opening of the Contemporary Art Museum of the Centro Cultural de Belém.