From August 3rd to 7th, with camping opening on July 31st, MEO Sudoeste will once again be home to thousands of festival-goers, who will come together to celebrate music, friendship, and summer nights.
After the reconfirmations of Bad Bunny, Major Lazer, Meduza, ProfJam and Bispo, who immediately renewed their commitment to MEO Sudoeste fans for the new dates of the 24th edition in 2021, today, the day when the concerts would begin at the venue, there are more news to be announced for the MEO Stage: Ozuna also confirmed that he will perform at MEO Sudoeste on August 6th, Timmy Trumpet will ensure a big party on August 7th, Deejay Telio will perform on August 5th and Melim on August 6.
In addition to the news on the poster, to mark the day when Herdade da Casa Branca would open its doors to serve as a home for thousands of festivalgoers, MEO Sudoeste does not forget its Tribe and offers everyone a showcase of Bispo and one of ProfJam, through livestream on Facebook and Youtube and on the antenna of Mega Hits.
Ozuna is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter who leads the new generation of Latin musicians. The son of a Dominican father and a Puerto Rican mother, the young Jan Carlos grew up immersed in the cultural diversity of the Caribbean, something that would come to influence his vibrant musical style.
In 2019 he digitally edited the album “Nibiru”, which hit stores in Portugal in February 2020. “Baila Baila Baila” and “Amor Genuino” are singles that prove the excellent form of Ozuna and increase the expectation for the concert in Portugal, at MEO Sudoeste, on August 6 at the MEO Stage.
Timmy Trumpet is one of the most unique names we can find in DJ Mag Top 100. With several awards won and many records sold, Timmy is one of the leading Australian producers and DJs.
Timmy will bring his trumpet and his beats to Portugal, in the next edition of MEO Sudoeste, on August 7 at the MEO Stage.
Telio Monteiro is Deejay Telio, one of the main revelations of hip hop made in Portuguese.
In 2020, he edited the album “D’Ouro”, a “more worked” record, but one that remains a ‘karanganhada‘, a Cape Verdean Creole term that means “party, enjoyment” and defines the music that Deejay Telio makes, the raise expectations for the concert scheduled for the next edition of MEO Sudoeste, on August 5 at the MEO Stage.
Diogo and Rodrigo, who are twins, and Gabi only recently joined, but the chemistry was so evident that success was inevitable. With a mix of reggae, pop, MPB and international influences, the “good vibe” style and the trio’s harmonious vocals quickly conquered a legion of fans.
In 2020, Melim’s second album, “Eu feat. You”, with the participation of guests like Lulu Santos.