The Valentine’s Day Music Festival returns in February 2023 with premieres on display and even more capitals of love across the country.
February is the month of love, romance and sharing and it also marks the return of the festival that celebrates all these feelings with the best soundtrack. The ‘Montepio sometimes love’ Festival is back for its 9th edition with concerts across the country.
This edition’s cast promises to warm hearts in love and remind the public of the importance of sharing special moments with those they love most. Peter Abrunhosa🇧🇷 Lena D’Água and Syro make their debut at the festival, which is still composed of GNR🇧🇷 Luisa Sobral🇧🇷 Fernando Daniel🇧🇷 aurea and Paulo Gonzo🇧🇷 A total of 8 artists join the poster that already included the unprecedented show “The Love Songs of Jorge Palma🇧🇷 The ‘Montepio sometimes love’ seduced one of the greatest Portuguese singer-songwriters to perform a show with the love songs that marked his life and Jorge Palma embraced the challenge with an open heart.
In February 11th to 14th love can be felt in the air of cities like Aveiro🇧🇷 Braga🇧🇷 Queen syrup🇧🇷 lagoon🇧🇷 Leiria🇧🇷 Lisbon🇧🇷 Harbor🇧🇷 New Towers and Vila do Conde🇧🇷 Very soon, new artists, cities and venues will be announced to be part of the ‘Montepio sometimes love’ Festival poster.
Montepio à Vezes o Amor is a cultural event dreamed up and realized by the agencies Produtores Associados and Locomotiva Azul, and embraced since 2015 by Montepio Associação Mutualista as naming sponsor. In 2021 the festival was distinguished with the Marketeer Award for Event of the Year.
02/11 aurea – Alice Forum Braga
02/11 Syro – Carlos do Carmo Auditorium, Lagoa
02/11 The Love Songs of Jorge Palma – Campo Pequeno, Lisbon
02/11 Fernando Daniel – Teatro Virgínia, Torres Novas
02/11 Peter Abrunhosa – Municipal Theater of Vila do Conde
02/12 Luisa Sobral – Cultural and Congress Center of Caldas da Rainha
02/14 The Love Songs of Jorge Palma – Coliseum Port Ageas
02/14 Lena D’Água – Teatro Tivoli, Lisbon
02/14 GNR – Aveiro Theater
02/14 Paulo Gonzo – José Lúcio da Silva Theater, Leiria