The third weekend of Lisboa Ao Palco has a last minute change in the poster: for family reasons, the presentation of the project “Esperança – A Benção & A Maldição” by Paulo Flores & Prodígio ” this Saturday, September 26, at Quinta da Alfarrobeira, in S. Domingos de Benfica, will be canceled.
The performance of Miroca Paris scheduled for the first part remains, with the presence of Paulo Flores & Prodígio replaced by an unprecedented show that will bring together Carolina Deslandes and Maro on stage.
Tickets previously purchased can be returned or kept for those who want to attend the new concert. Remember that tickets for all the nights of the event are on sale for the single price of 15 € at Blueticket, usual places and at the venue, on show days from 7 pm and on Sundays from 5:30 pm.
In an initiative of the Lisbon City Council, EGEAC with the Parish Council of São Domingos de Benfica, and Sons in Transit with Tejo Music Lab, the LISBOA AO PALCO project started on September 11 and runs until September 4 October, counting 10 nights and 20 concerts, with two artists per night, between established and rising names, in a program with the signature of the musician and producer Diogo Clemente.
This project, which aims to stimulate one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic, is developed with investment from the Lisbon City Council and EGEAC.
The investment takes into account all the production and logistics of the project, as well as the payment of part of the artists’ cachets, with the remainder due to ticket sales.
The União Audiovisual initiative – an informal group of professionals in the sector that has warned of its precariousness – will give voice to representatives of thousands of invisible professionals who make cultural events possible.
Thus, between the concerts, for about 15 minutes, several technicians will be talking to Carolina Torres, publicly sharing their experiences and ideas to overcome the challenges that the pandemic has brought to Culture professionals.
Considering the difficulties and instability of the cultural sector in times of a pandemic and similarly to what happened at other events, the public will be invited to deliver non-perishable food upon arrival at the venue.