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    • Simple Minds

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      Campo Pequeno, Lisbon, Portugal

      29 July 2024 (Monday) 20:00

       

      Simple Minds are a Scottish rock band formed in Glasgow in 1977. The most commercially successful Scottish band of the 1980s, they achieved five UK Albums chart number one albums and have sold more than 60 million albums.

       

      The band scored a string of hit singles, becoming best known internationally for their 1985 hit "Don't You (Forget About Me)", from the soundtrack of the film The Breakfast Club. Their other more prominent hits include "Alive and Kicking" and "Belfast Child" (UK #1).

       

      In 2016, they received the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      02 August 2024 (Friday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      03 August 2024 (Saturday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      04 August 2024 (Sunday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

      199 tickets left

    • Russ

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      Lisbon Coliseum, Lisbon, Portugal

      01 September 2024 (Sunday) 20:00

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    • Roberto Carlos

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      03 October 2024 (Thursday) 21:00

      Brazilian music has a way of getting people moving, and there’s no one who understands that quite as well as Roberto Carlos. His wide range of skills makes it possible for him to create both festive lyrics, as well as tales of longing, all with the same zest and passion. Since his start, he’s built up his career from scratch, and now he enjoys the love from millions of Brazilian fans.

       

      The many fans of Roberto Carlos have something good in store for them, as he’s currently on his Roberto Carlos: Amore Sin Limite Tour. The next date for his tour is on March 9th in Miami, Florida. After that show, you can catch him in venues and stadiums across the US, including in Orlando, New York, Boston, Washington, San Diego, Irving, and Madrid. His last date is currently set for May 30th in Paris, France. 

       

      Roberto Carlos Background

       

      Roberto Carlos Braga was born in 1941 in Cachoeiro do Itapemirim, Espírito Santo, Brazil. He loved music as a child and learned to play the guitar and sing. He got his first taste of fame when he was 9-years old, and he competed with a performance for a children’s radio show. He won first place and recalls receiving candles as the grand prize. His passion for music continued to grow, and he became a big part of the musical movement of the 1950s rock revolution called Young Guard. Through his work with the movement, he was able to host the Young Guard program and TV Records. Through this platform, he further promoted his music and rose to fame shortly after.

       

      Roberto Carlos’ Greatest Hits

       

      Roberto Carlos has produced tons of great music, with influences from all around the world. Some of his most famous songs are “Se Você Pensa", " Te Amo, Te Amo” Eu Te Amo” and “Arrasta uma Cadeira".

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    • Roberto Carlos

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      04 October 2024 (Friday) 20:30

      Brazilian music has a way of getting people moving, and there’s no one who understands that quite as well as Roberto Carlos. His wide range of skills makes it possible for him to create both festive lyrics, as well as tales of longing, all with the same zest and passion. Since his start, he’s built up his career from scratch, and now he enjoys the love from millions of Brazilian fans.

       

      The many fans of Roberto Carlos have something good in store for them, as he’s currently on his Roberto Carlos: Amore Sin Limite Tour. The next date for his tour is on March 9th in Miami, Florida. After that show, you can catch him in venues and stadiums across the US, including in Orlando, New York, Boston, Washington, San Diego, Irving, and Madrid. His last date is currently set for May 30th in Paris, France. 

       

      Roberto Carlos Background

       

      Roberto Carlos Braga was born in 1941 in Cachoeiro do Itapemirim, Espírito Santo, Brazil. He loved music as a child and learned to play the guitar and sing. He got his first taste of fame when he was 9-years old, and he competed with a performance for a children’s radio show. He won first place and recalls receiving candles as the grand prize. His passion for music continued to grow, and he became a big part of the musical movement of the 1950s rock revolution called Young Guard. Through his work with the movement, he was able to host the Young Guard program and TV Records. Through this platform, he further promoted his music and rose to fame shortly after.

       

      Roberto Carlos’ Greatest Hits

       

      Roberto Carlos has produced tons of great music, with influences from all around the world. Some of his most famous songs are “Se Você Pensa", " Te Amo, Te Amo” Eu Te Amo” and “Arrasta uma Cadeira".

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    • Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      27 October 2024 (Sunday) 20:00

      Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Tour Schedule
       
      Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have been rocking the stage for a few successful decades. Their ongoing success makes them popular at any place they intend to go. Their undying works continue to capture hearts of people across the globe.  As for 2019, Kiwis and Aussies will be able to catch the Seeds in early 2019 when the group will perform their hits on stages of New Zealand and Australian music halls.  
       
      Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Background
       
      Everything has started with “The Birthday Party” formed in 1983.  The current name, however, appeared in 1984. That year they also finished their first studio album followed by positive responses from fans and critics called “From Her to Eternity”. Now, there are 16 studio albums where fans may hear songs about human relations, love, hatred and anger. The band has passed a truly difficult way of finding their music style. The last album “Skeleton Tree” comprises the music and texts created by only Nick Cave and Mark Ellis. The first song “Jesus Alone” has also become a part of the documentary “One More Time With Feeling”.
       
      Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Greatest Hits
       
      The last studio album to come have had the highest score on the Billboard 200, having occupied the 27th positions. Such songs as the “Loverman”, “The Ship Song”, ”The Mercy Seat” and In The Ghetto” have peaked at the UK Singles Chart. In addition to previous songs, their fans also love such tracks as “Straight To You” and “Into My Arms”.

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    • Il Volo

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      Aula Magna, Lisbon, Portugal

      29 October 2024 (Tuesday) 21:00

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    • André Rieu

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      30 October 2024 (Wednesday) 20:30

       

      Andre Rieu Tour Schedule

       

      Andre Rieu is a man whose dedication to music and melody is shown through his life’s work. He’s spent almost all of his adulthood composing and creating music for the world. His love and passion for his orchestra group has led to much success. Today, his concerts remain sold out where ever he goes. On occasion, he’s even sold more tickets than mainstream pop artists, so he’s definitely in high demand.

       

      Fans of Andre Rieu are always blown away by his zealous stage presence. His concentration is noticeable, but there’s also a certain level of ease he carries with him. Fans of Rieu have just a few dates available in 2019 to see the man in action. He has one date set for June 21st in Herning, Denmark. The second, and currently last, date he has is for June 22nd in København S, Denmark. Make sure to grab your tickets while they last!

       

      Andre Rieu Background

       

      Andre Rieu was born in Maastricht, Netherlands in October of 1949. As his father was a musician, Andre was exposed to the ins and outs of music from a very young age. He started to play the violin at the age of five. Even in his youth, he was very interested in the orchestra section of the musical world.

       

      Rieu had success with orchestra throughout his time in university, and by the time he was out, he was ready to make his own orchestra group. So, he established his own group called the Johann Strauss Orchestra. With his group, he’s gone on to perform and conduct many successful performances.

       

      Andre Rieu’s Greatest Hits

       

      Andre Rieu’s most famous work has brought in millions of dollars of revenue. Some of these pieces include "The Vienna I Love", "The Christmas I Love", "Fiesta!", "La vie est belle", "Musik zum Träumen", "Love Around the World", and "Romantic Paradise".

       

      298 tickets left