The Sea Festivities are back to Cascais Bay, and we already know the poster

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The Cascais City Council has announced the Festas do Mar poster for 2023, which this year will have some news and many musical stars. Shall we meet them?

The Sea Festivities return to Cascais Bay, as last year, in a model divided into two weekends: between August 24 and 27, and from August 31 to September 3. Admission is free!

With these dates, near the end of the month, the organization’s intention is to bet on a “cooler” music festival, outside the heat peaks, and also to “wait” for all those who choose the beginning of August to take a vacation and who, therefore, rarely manage to attend these Sea Festivals.

The Sea Festivities are back to Cascais Bay, and we already know the poster

Two stages… and karaoke

Also like last year, in addition to the model of two long weekends, the Sea Festivities in Cascais Bay bring other novelties:

– It will once again have two stages, the main one in the middle of Cascais Bay, and the “Sagres” stage, which will be in the vicinity of the Citadel, continuing, as always, to privilege national music , with well-known names to new talents;
– “Children’s Moments”: on Fridays and Saturdays at 18:30, with entertainment for children and families.
– And, on the last day, the help of all participants is asked in a unique concert of the Cascais Symphony Orchestra, which will play the best songs “Best of Festas do Mar”, and it is the public itself that will sing this list of themes, using several microphones scattered around the Bay and with the lyrics playing on a giant teleprompter. This concert will be broadcast live on RFM, partner of this festival.

The Sea Festivities are back to Cascais Bay, and we already know the poster

An unmissable poster… with free admission

If you like Portuguese music, this may well be one of the best posters of this summer, where there will also be a pinch of Brazilian love.

Main Stage (concerts from 20h30 at Cascais Bay)
– August 24: Matay | Pedro Abrunhosa
– August 25: Milhanas | Miguel Araújo
– August 26: Mariana Dalot | Diogo Piçarra
– August 27: Esteves | Excessive
– August 31: Anna Setton | Fernando Cunha & Friends

Friends: Gospel Collective; José Cid; Miguel Ângelo (Delfins and Resistance); Olavo Bilac (Santos e Pecadores and Resistance); Pedro Oliveira (Sétima Legião); Paulo Costa (Ritual Tejo and Ar de Rock); Rui Pregal da Cunha (Heróis do Mar and LX90); Teresa Salgueiro (Madredeus); Tim (Xutos e Pontapés and Resistance); Tozé Brito; Tozé Santos (Perfume).
– September 1: Fado à Janela with Sara Paixão and Francisco Salvação Barreto
Accompanied by Hugo Afonso Guit, Cajé Garcia viola, Luís Roquette bass viola.
Venue – CMC Windows
Main Stage: José Maria Souto Moura | Mariza
– September 2: Campos | Nininho Vaz Maia
– September 3rd:
* at 3 p.m., Our Lady of the Navigators Procession;
* at 20h30, Mimi Froes | Cascais Symphony Orchestra plays “Best Of Festas do Mar”;
* Fireworks

The Sea Festivities are back to Cascais Bay, and we already know the poster

Sagres Stage (concerts from 19h0 at the Citadel)

– August 24: Inês Marques Lucas
– August 25: Mónica Teotónio
– August 26: InQubadora
– August 27: Pilot Whale
– August 31: Manteau
– September 1: Mind Mojo
– September 2: Winner of the Fiartil Talent Competition
– September 3: Bera
The concerts have free admission. The Festas do Mar program is complete with the usual craft stalls and food and drink stalls in various parts of the village, in addition to the Procession in Honor of Nossa Senhora dos Navegantes, which will take place on September 3 at 3 pm.

 

The Sea Festivities are back to Cascais Bay, and we already know the poster

Iris Lavan
Iris Lavan
With a background as a consultant in the medical industry, Iris Lavan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Portugal Pulse. Iris also runs a company in Tel Aviv offering marketing, business development, content creation and public relations services. She holds a degree in economics and management, giving her a solid grounding in business strategy and financial planning. Iris' commitment to Portugal Pulse is reflected not only in her consulting career, but also in her impact on the Portugale media landscape in Israel. She was an interviewer for Hadshot Portugal חדשות פורטוגל, a media outlet that broadcasts news about Portugal in Hebrew, where she provided valuable information on current affairs, healthcare and the economy. Since July 2023, Iris has also been part of the Portugal Pulse team.

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