In this 8th edition, the festival, which aims to celebrate the universality and timelessness of this artistic language, brings together, in its poster, magic professionals such as Adrian Conde (Argentina), Andrély (Brazil), Cliff, Gazzo and Peter Wardell (England), Disguido and Flip Mattia (Italy), Gisell (Peru) and José de Lemos (Portugal).
The shows, with free entry, upon reservation of place at Ticketline.pt, will take place in Praça do Município, in the Olivais Library, in the Jardim da Galeria Quadrum, in the Jardim do Palácio Galveias, in the Jardim do Palácio Pimenta, in the Marioneta Museum and at the Baldaya Palace.
Spain will have the largest representation, with the presence of Dani Garcia, Kayto, Luigi Ludus, Mago Rafa, Nando Caneca, and Pau Segalés.
With the situation of uncertainty regarding the course of the covid-19 pandemic, the program and the locations were adapted in order to comply with all safety rules, in which the locations will be properly controlled with counting the number of people to assist.
Disinfectant gel alcohol dispensers will also be placed, and masks will be available if someone in the public has forgotten, and round carpets with a diameter of one meter, spaced 1.5 meters apart, in order to guarantee physical distance.
The International Street Magic Festival of Lisbon emerged in 2006, having continued until 2010, and then stopped.
In 2018, he returned to the city’s cultural program integrated in the Lisbon program at Rua da Empresa de Gestão de Equipamentos e Cultura Cultural, in which he remains.