Calum Scott and Veigh are highlights of Sound Route by Monte Verde in the Azores


Share post:

British musician Calum Scott and Brazilian band Veigh are the highlights of Sound Route, an event taking place on March 30 and preceding Monte Verde, in Ribeira Grande, on the island of São Miguel, the organization announced today.

In a press release, the event’s organizers said that “after two extremely successful editions, the sister event of the largest music festival in the Azores is once again betting on internationally renowned artists”.

“The event that marks the beginning of the road to the 10th edition of MEO Monte Verde will take place on March 30, at the Pavilhão da Associação Agrícola de São Miguel, [in the municipality of Ribeira Grande] and will feature a luxury line-up including Calum Scott, Veigh, Plutonio, Dj Dadda, Tójó and André N,” says the organization.

The highlight of the line-up is Calum Scott, considered “one of the biggest names in British pop music, winner of Britain’s Got Talent in 2015 and author and performer of songs that have millions of views, such as ‘Dancing On My Own’ and ‘You Are The Reason'”.

With regard to Veigh, the organization points out that the “new phenomenon of Brazilian hip-hop”, who “has been one of the most requested names by the young Azorean public”, will make his debut in the Azores on March 30, toasting the public with songs such as “Novo Balanço” and “Engana Que Me Ama”.

The Sound Route line-up is complete with Plutónio, DJ Dadda, Tójó and André N.

The organization also says that tickets will soon be available at the usual sales outlets and at

The 10th edition of the Monte Verde festival will be held on Monte Verde beach in Ribeira Grande, Azores, between August 8 and 10, and features concerts by Portuguese band Da Weasel and Portuguese rapper Dillaz.

Moti Shabi
Moti Shabi
Moti Shabi

Related articles

Deaths and serious injuries increased in the 1st quarter of the year

Almost 8,000 accidents, which caused 103 deaths and 513 serious injuries, were recorded in the first three months...

Paris2024: Medal favorite label doesn’t bother world champion Iúri Leitão

The label of 'favorite' attached to Portuguese cyclist Iúri Leitão, the omnium world champion, doesn't bother the 'ace'...

Military patrols Santa Luzia mountain range to prevent fires

Army soldiers from the Póvoa do Varzim Services School will monitor the Serra de Santa Luzia, in Viana...

Work on the GNR school in Portalegre awaits approval from the Court of Auditors

The Secretary of State for Internal Administration announced today that the project for the new GNR training center...