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Popular – Inatel na Rua

Every day Street entertainment and performances; traditional games   Parque das Nações  12 to 14 September Parque Tejo Concerts 10 pm 12 September – Realejo 13 September –  O Gajo 14 September – Stereossauro     19 to 21 September Ajuda Largo da Igreja da Memória 19 September Traditional Ball – Tradballs   20 & 21 September Concerts 9.30 […]

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Palácio Baldaya

At two years’ old, it has already become a cultural reference point, not just in Benfica but across the city. To celebrate its second anniversary, Palácio Baldaya is hosting a vast and varied programme, including cinema, theatre, fashion, lots of music and even a vintage festival.   Benfica ao Luar (Benfica in the Moonlight) free […]

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Juana Azurduy

Juana Azurduy was a woman-mother-warrior of indigenous background who fought for a better country and Bolivian independence. On horseback, with sword and pistol in hand, this brave and kind woman faced up to all battles, pushing her life to its limits.

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Noite Branca

For one night, the city’s shops stay open late to celebrate Noite Branca, which this year will be expanding into new areas of the city. The traditional participating areas of Baixa and Chiado (Largo 1.º de Dezembro, Largo Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, Largo Trindade Coelho and Praça Luís de Camões), Príncipe Real and Rua Castilho will […]

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Chapéus na Rua

13 September Largo do Intendente 7 pm – Opening: “The Last One To Grab Fall First” (Salto – International Circus School) 8 pm – DJ set   14 September Mercado de Arroios 11 am – Circus in the Markets   Campo Mártires da Pátria 2 pm – 6 pm – Street Performances Largo do Intendente […]

Lisbon Festivities
Vieira da Silva em Festa

The high point of this year’s festival is a video mapping show on the Museum’s façade and at the Jardim das Amoreiras. An open-air show, created from scratch, in which Vieira da Silva’s artworks are the subject of animations, effects and deconstructions by Oskar & Gaspar, with a soundtrack by Rodrigo Leão. It handles the […]

Lisbon Festivities
Lisboa Idade – Junta a Família

Lisboa Idade – Junta a Família is an event aimed at the families of the city of Lisbon that aims to promote family cultural activities, giving emphasis to World Children’s Day, where children can discover and try different professions at the Granja dos Pequeninos.

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Guardar Segredo

“Guardar Segredo” is a series of theatre shows that take place inside two wardrobes placed in a public space. One spectator, one actor, five minutes. What happens inside can never be revealed. Different types of secrets will be addressed: keeping secrets, having secrets, telling secrets, dying for not telling a secret, dying for telling a […]

April in Lisbon
Party in the Park

Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution with a festive morning for all the family, with creative workshops, music and sports activities at the revamped Jardim do Campo Grande.

April in Lisbon
April 25th – Museu do Aljube

10am-6pm  DAYS OF MEMORY A meeting of memories, consisting of the stories, testimonies and objects of those who’ll be sharing with us what they have and what they can leave to the Museum for future visitors. A gathering of testimonies and objects to enrich the Aljube Museum collection. A partnership between the Aljube Museum and […]

April in Lisbon
Party in the Garden

On the morning of April 25, the Jardim do Campo Grande hosts a party for the whole family, with musical moments, sports, pedagogical games and artistic workshops, always with the theme of freedom in the background. Workshops / OFICINAS / ATIVIDADES DESPORTIVAS Grupo Coral Al Cante Orquestra Geração

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Indian Party

The Hindu Community  of Portugal hosts as an Indian afternoon where you can experience the Holi, or the Festival of Colour, and for a couple of hours be surrounded by Indian culture.

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Rossio Fashion Day

The clothing and accessories collections belonging to traditional Baixa Pombalina shops (in Lisbon’s city centre) take to the catwalk set up in Rossio square.

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Festival of Japan

With the Tagus as a backdrop, everyone can share in and experience the Japanese culture (both traditional and pop) and, as a result, strengthen the friendship which exists between the two countries.

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Celebrating Vieira da Silva

The birthday of Maria Helena Vieira da Silva and her love story with Arpad Szenes are cause for celebration. At the Museum, the Casa-Atelier Vieira da Silva and the Jardim das Amoreiras there’ll be exhibitions, children’s activities, concerts, films, singing, dance, performances, handicrafts, an art-book fair, flowers and much more.