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SBSR.fm Em Sitonia joins concerts and conferences in December at Altice Arena

The poster, composed entirely of artists and national bands, brings together names already consecrated to a lot of new Portuguese music.

According to promoter Música no Coração, December 18th and 19th will be dedicated to national music, on various stages with live concerts at Altice Arena, in Lisbon, and a cycle of conferences, with the theme ‘The music industry in the current context‘.

For now, the presence of ProfJam & benji price – SYSTEM Live on Stage, Capitão Fausto, Papillon, B Fachada, Conjunto Cuca Monga, GANSO, Pedro de Tróia, Amaura, Hause Plants, Jasmim, Acid Acid, and Ivandro are confirmed.

The concerts will take place in three spaces at Altice Arena: in the Super Bock Stage (Arena), Tejo Room and Ermelinda Freitas Stage (Fernando Pessa Room), with audiences with seating and in compliance with all the rules and guidelines of the Directorate-General for Health.

In addition to the concerts, at a time when it is necessary to reflect on the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on Culture and, in particular, on the music industry, and when it is urgent to find answers and solutions for the near future, the promoter promotes the cycle of conferences: “The music industry in the current context”, a space for debate, reflection and sharing of ideas and experiences.

The single ticket for the two days of the initiative is now on sale and costs 25 euros until October 18th. From October 19th, the ticket will cost 30 euros and on December 18th and 19th will cost 35 euros.

In the statement released today, Música no Coração also announces that the Super Bock em Stock festival, which usually takes place in November in various spaces on Avenida da Liberdade, in Lisbon, returns in 2021, on the 19th and 20th of November.

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