12th - 14th of July 2018

NOS Alive

Who does not like a strong line up? In July, come along to NOS Alive and watch some of the greatest bands of today performing on the main stage!

There are two other stages: “Clubbing” which features some of the biggest names in the current dance music scene, and “Heineken” which gives emerging artists the chance to make their first contact with the Portuguese audiences and serves many times to launch pad for many returning to the festival in later editions already at the big stage NOS.

As well as the music, it is a great event that also includes, with areas aside for various aspects, from the art of making people laugh on the comedy stage to urban art where new artists create their works from recycled materials.

With the River Tagus as a backdrop, close to Lisbon city centre on the Passeio Marítimo de Algés. An excellent location for those who wish to carry on having fun all night long and thus are a step from the train that can take them to the bars and nightclubs of Lisbon or to the Cascais line.

Internationally recognised, it is known as one of the best Summer Festivals in Europe and even in the World. CNN, the US television station, chose this Portuguese festival as one of the ten best festivals in the world.

It is therefore not surprising that it is getting ready to hit a new foreign audience record, coming from about 50 different countries, a number that has been overtaken year after year.


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About the local

Lisbon, built on seven hills, is a city with an unforgettable light and considered the most beautiful in Europe. A city where you can make a bit of everything from seeing historical monuments, visit museums, stroll along the river, drink a ginjinha in downtown, sit down to read a book on a park bench or take a dip in the best beaches of the country.

Its streets, sometimes labyrinthine and sometimes ordered, the typical cobblestone, the tiles facades, the pombalino buildings, the clothes hanged by the window, the baked sardines on bread. All this makes Lisbon undoubtedly a charming town with lots of history around the corner.


√ Enjoy the magnificent view over the city while enjoying a drink at the Portas do Sol Viewpoint
√ Go up the Castle of Sao Jorge
√ Listen to a fado and eat a roast chorizo in a fado house in Alfama
√ Go up in the Santa Justa Elevator/span>
√ Visit the Jeronimos Monastery and the Belém Tower
√ Try a pastel de Belém
√ Watch a show at the Largo de São Carlos
√ Go for a tram ride
√ Sit in one of the iconic cafes in chiado and stroll through the Bairro Alto
√ Go up to the Águas Livres Aqueduct and enjoy the wonderful view