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#Homestage Festival starts tomorrow with 86 artists

The purpose of the Festival is to raise general awareness about the precarious situation experienced by artists and other professionals in the show in the current context that is experienced across the globe. Production and access to culture are even more essential in these challenging times.

Also for this reason, voluntary and direct donations to each artist or to causes chosen by them will be encouraged through MBWay, PayPal or IBAN

#HOMESTAGE festival
artists live on Facebook

Program

:: 27 March, Friday
16:00 – Bruno Pato
16:30 (16:30 UK) – Graeme Pulleyn
17:00 (14:00 ARG) – Daniel Schvetz
17:30 – Joana Figueira
18:00 – Monáxi
6:30 pm – Grotto
19:00 (20:00 Galicia) – Najla Shami
20:00 – Miguel Calhaz
20:30 – Pedro Diogo
21:00 – Cassowary
21:30 – Carlos Clara Gomes
22:00 – Luiz Caracol
22:30 – Sebastião Antunes
:: 28 March, Saturday
17:00 – Sax On The Road
17:30 – Carlos Alberto Moniz
18:00 – André Sarbib
18:30 – Nuno Pereira
19:00 – Right Street
7:30 pm – Improvised Boy
20:00 – Sónia Sobral
20:30 – Luís Firmino
21:00 – Artur Fernandes & Bitocas Fernandes
21:30 (18:30 Brazil) – Cláudia Fonseca
22:00 – Tanira
22:30 – Luís Travassos
29 March, Sunday
17:00 (14:00 Brazil) – Edimundo Santos
17:30 – Shakas LoFi Experience
18:00 – Carlos Peninha
18:30 – Manuel Freire
19:00 – DD Peartree
19:30 (20:30 Italy) – Davide Zaccaria & Maria Anadon
20:00 – Francisco Naia
20:30 (23:30 Bulgaria) – Silvia Mitev & Tiago Santos
21:00 (18:00 Brazil) – Fernando Terra
21:30 (18:30 Argentina) – Walter Hidalgo
22:00 (19:00 Brazil) – Bia Villa-Chan
22:30 – André Varandas
:: 30 March, Monday
15:00 (16:00 Angola) – Lúcio Vieira
15:30 – Rita Laranjeira
16:00 – Berlau
16:30 – João Paulo Oliveira
17:00 – Genoveva Spark
17:30 – Ana Bento & Bruno Pinto – Aurora Brava
18:00 (19:00 Angola) – Firmino Pascoal
18:30 – Corner
7:00 pm – Little Orange
7:30 pm – Christina Quest
8:00 pm (8:00 pm UK) – Luca Fiore
8:30 pm – Tren Go! Soundsystem
21.00 (17:00 Canada) – Sarah Linhares
21:30 (22:30 Belgium) – Barry White Gone Wrong
10 pm – St. James Park
:: March 31, Tuesday
16:00 (11:00 Colombia) – Maria Vanedi
16:30 (17:30 Galicia) – Xico de Carinho
17:00 – Caio
17:30 – Fast Eddie Nelson
18:00 (19:00 Angola) – Beto Kalulu
18:30 (19:30 Angola) – Jorge Rosa
19:00 – Gonçalo Filipe de Sousa
19:30 (16:30 Brazil) – Adolar Marin
20:00 (17:00 Brazil) – Chico Lobo
20:30 (17:30 Brazil) – Érika Machado
21:00 (18:00 Brazil) – Valéria Carvalho
21:30 – Flávio Torres
22:00 (19:00 Brazil) – Sandro Lins
10:30 pm – Plusbeatz
:: April 1, Wednesday
16:00 – WOW
16:30 – Ricardo Fonseca
17:00 (14:00 Brazil) – Andrea Ernest Diaz
17:30 (16:30 Cape Verde) – Lisa Reis
18:00 – Robert Mott
6:30 pm – Electric Man
19:00 – Fátima Vale
19:30 – Madalena Palmeirim
20:00 (17:00 Brazil) – Carolina Floare
20:30 – Manuel Linhares
21:00 (18:00 Brazil) – Jomar Schrank
21:30 (20:30 Cape Verde) – Solange Cesarovna
22:00 – Jorge Rivotti
10:30 pm – Ivy

#homestagefestival appears as a movement of artists and spectacle professionals at an international level, which brings together more than 60 artists, 6 countries and 11 nationalities, of which the actor Pedro Diogo, Luiz Caracol, Sebastião Antunes, Najla Shami, Barry White stand out Gone Wrong, Carlos Alberto Moniz, Rua Direita, Manuel Freire, Francisco Naia and Casuar, Grutera, Maria Vanedi or Valeria Carvalho, and who will share performances from Facebook, with a maximum duration of 30 minutes, from their homes.

The performances will be broadcast live on each artist’s Facebook page and @homestagefestival on Facebook.

The initiative aims to raise awareness of the need to stay home and follow the guidelines of WHO and health authorities in each country, at this critical and challenging time on a global scale.

It also has as purpose, the general awareness about the precarious situation experienced by artists and other professionals of the show in the current context that is lived across the globe. Production and access to culture are even more essential in these challenging times. For this reason, voluntary and direct donations to each artist through MBWay, PayPal or IBAN will also be encouraged.

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