Arraial de São Vicente
This event includes the participation of the parish’s community groups, clubs and institutions, with a total of around 50 spaces licensed to sell traditional seasonal delicacies, especially sardines and caldo verde. There’ll be a range of entertainment and music over 10 days, divided between three stages located in Largo da Graça, the Miradouro Sophia de […]
Arraial Lisboa Pride (Lisbon Pride Fair)
With free admission, this is a party for the whole city, defining Lisbon as a city that values and celebrates diversity and equality, saying no to discrimination and giving visibility to the LGBTI community and their families. It’s the biggest and most colourful party in Lisbon. Whoever comes to this fair, knows they’ll be back; […]
Arraial dos Navegantes (Fair of the Navigators)
The Arraial dos Navegantes in Parque das Nações is the most family friendly fair, with around 2000 seats which allow family and friends to enjoy each other’s company in a more leisurely way. There’s also an area especially dedicated to younger ones, the “Arraialito” (little fair), thanks to the help of volunteers, where there’ll be […]
Arraial da Vila Berta
It all began with a joke between neighbours in 2010 and since then it’s become one of the most popular festivals in Lisbon. This year, there’ll be more of the same: the best sardines, the best beer and always and exclusively the best música popular portuguesa.
Alcântara Academia de Santo Amaro Rua Academia Recreativa de Santo Amaro, Logradouro circundante à coletividade 1, 7, 8, 9,12, 13,14, 15,19,21, 22, 28, 29, 30 de junho Benfica Associação Recreativa de Moradores e Amigos do Bairro da Boavista Rua das Azáleas, Bairro da Boavista 1, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 19, 22, 29 de junho […]
Desfile na Avenida
Guest group: Marcha Popular de Ribeira de Frades (Coimbra) Line-up: Infantil “A Voz do Operário”, Mercados, Santa Casa, S. Vicente, Carnide, Bica, Alfama, Bela Flor-Campolide, Ajuda, Baixa, Madragoa, Penha de França, Graça, Beato, Marvila, Bairro da Boavista, Olivais, Mouraria, Parque das Nações, Castelo, Alto do Pina, Alcântara, Bairro Alto
Olivais Sul Parish Fair
A fair promoted by the Parish of Nossa Senhora da Conceição de Olivais Sul to bring together the whole community and provide those who live and work in Olivais with a space and a party where everyone’s welcome. Here we’ll be having fun for a good cause as we’ll be raising money to pay for […]
Exibições – Marchas Populares
7 June Infantil “A Voz do Operário”, Bairro da Boavista, Bica, Marvila, Alfama, Baixa, S. Vicente, Graça 8 June Mercados, Mouraria, Bela Flor-Campolide, Carnide, Alto do Pina, Alcântara, Madragoa, Olivais 9 June Santa Casa, Parque das Nações, Castelo, Penha de França, Beato, Bairro Alto, Ajuda
Fair of Saint Anthony (Santos Populares in Alvalade)
The Santos Populares are celebrated in Alvalade parish with a fair aimed at all the family. Between 7 and 16 June, there’ll be lots of music, fun and traditional Portuguese cuisine at the Estádio 1.º de Maio. This year, with concerts every day, there’ll be no excuse not to come to Alvalade. The concerts, featuring […]
Great Fair of Benfica
The Benfica Parish Council is once again organising one of the liveliest fairs in the city: the Grande Arraial de Benfica. In addition to snacks and manjericos (bush basils), you’ll also be able to see live performances by Rute Marlene (20 June), Toy (20 June), Bárbara Bandeira (21 June), Cuca Roseta (22 June) and HMB […]
The city’s most heretical party is back! The Pátio dos Lagares, in the Centro de Inovação da Mouraria is one again hosting Sinning Saints. There’ll be music with ancient South American roots, tropical urban extravagance, as well as afro-electronica, with a first-rate musical line-up and delicious Trans-Iberian snacks. A buoyant ball with a view of […]
O Convidador de Pirilampos (The Inviter of Pirilampos)
António Jorge Gonçalves’ stage adaptation of Ondjaki’s O Convidador de Pirilampos, a book he himself illustrated. Narrated by Cláudia Semedo, with José Conde accompanying on clarinet, this play addresses the themes of fear of the dark, freedom and the importance of stories. With all the scenic magic of the dark.
Marchas Infantis de Lisboa
Highlighting and reinforcing in the children the interest and knowledge of the cultural heritage and the popular heritage of the city, we estimated the presence of about 900 children to march, of several Town Councils of the city that were associated to this event, under the theme: Letters and Colors | Lisbon City of Traditions.
The costumes, the songs and the popular melodies take to the stage to bring you an afternoon of fun and gathering. Organized by Casa do Minho this event brings to Lisbon groups from all over the coutnry.
Sails of Lisbon
The 5th edition of Sails of Lisbon, starting at Cais das Colunas for a regatta down the Tejo. A perfect occasion for taking that picture of Lisbon.
The Weddings of Saint Anthony
The weddings of Saint Anthony are one of the cornerstones of the Festas de Lisboa. This year, sixteen couples will celebrate holy matrimony at a public and joint ceremony, watched by thousands of people on the streets and via the media.
Saint Anthony at your service
Saint Anthony takes on the role of matchmaker and, with his throne, sets up camp in the Armazéns do Chiado shopping centre. Romantics will have their requests heard and can take a snap to later reminisce.
Saint Anthony Throne and Figurine Competition
In a tradition more than 30 years old, the Lisbon Regional Handicrafts Association is once again organising the Saint Anthony Throne and Figurine Competition. Everyone’s invited to take part in this event that aims, above all else, to preserve the collective social and cultural memory.
Saint Anthony’s Thrones
Saint Anthony has a throne, has a throne and isn’t king. Bringing back a tradition that originated in the 18th century and was revived by EGEAC and Museu de Lisboa – Santo António in 2015, we’re calling on everyone to create their own Throne of Saint Anthony. As long as it includes Saint Anthony, anything […]
Fair of Santo Amaro
A celebration which is unique at the Festas de Lisboa, with the Hermitage as the backdrop. The Romaria de Santo Amaro brings together thousands of people at a lively fair. The music and dancing go hand in hand with sport and cultural activities during five days of festivities, where there’s no lack of concerts or […]