The 2024 edition of the MEO Kalorama Festival beckons as a dynamic three-day extravaganza set against the picturesque backdrop of Lisbon, marking the zenith of summer celebrations. Renowned for its commitment to environmental consciousness, this festival not only showcases a diverse lineup of established and cutting-edge acts but also prioritizes the preservation of the pristine Kalorama Park venue, seamlessly blending music, nature, and community.
With a promise to deliver an essential experience, the festival invites both music enthusiasts and those seeking an unforgettable summer escape to immerse themselves in the harmonious convergence of artistic brilliance and natural beauty.
Sam Smith is set to unveil his soulful voice and deliver immaculate songs at MEO Kalorama, promising a captivating performance. Jungle, a fusion of soul, funk, hip-hop, and electronica, will also grace the stage, adding diverse musical elements to the festival.
The third edition of MEO Kalorama introduces the electronic duo Overmono, consisting of Welsh brothers Tom and Ed Russell. The eclectic British group Yard Act will bring their infectious energy and thought-provoking lyrics to the festival stage. Making their debut at the summer’s conclusion event, the post-punk Leeds quartet English Teacher and Mercury Prize winners Ezra Collective will contribute to the festival’s dynamic lineup. Peggy Gou‘s contagious beats are set to dominate the dance floor at MEO Kalorama.
The Smile, a unique art-rock/post-punk project featuring Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood from Radiohead, will dazzle crowds with their genre-defying performance. The Postal Service, renowned electro-pop icons with timeless melodies, and indie rock legends Death Cab For Cutie, celebrated for their emotive lyrics and infectious melodies, are slated for two stellar performances at MEO Kalorama.
Ana Moura, blending fado with African roots and electronica, promises an irresistible celebration of diversity at MEO Kalorama. Joining the bill is Ana Lua Caiano, a boundary-pushing artist seamlessly merging Portuguese popular music with electronic influences. The Barcelos fab-trio Glockenwise will bring their indie-rock vibes to the stage, while the indie-pop Brooklyn band Nation of Language, known for their synth-pop expertise, will energize the crowds. Cameroonian-American multi-instrumentalist Vagabon is also set to take the stage, adding to the summer festivities in Lisbon.
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