Arte Sonora100 Editions of Queima das Fitas do Porto With Captain Fausto, Profjam, Wet Bed Gang, Quim Barreiros and Much More

Profjam, Capitão Fausto, Diogo Piçarra, Wet Bed Gang, Nenny, Julinho KSD, Dillaz, Kevinho and Revenge of the 90’s, among many others, at the 100th Queima das Fitas do Porto.

Queima das Fitas do Porto returns to Queimódromo, between the 1st and 7th of May, to celebrate its historic 100th edition with a poster that brings together some of the greatest national artists of today.

The opening, at dawn from Saturday to Sunday, from April 30th to May 1st, it’s up to the teacher, Lon3r Johnny and the usual winner band contest; Julinho KSD and Plutonium, perform the following night; on Monday, may 2ndthe party will be led by the Diogo Piçarra and Captain Faust; Quim Barreiros, Ana Malhoa and Saul will host the night of May 3; midweek, on wednesday, may 4thyou wet bed gang and Dillaz promise to raise the temperature of the Burn; On thursday, May 5th, Vini Vici, Karetus and the winner of dj contestguarantee a strong visual spectacle; Kevinho and nenny on Friday, the 6th, they will be the big stars of the night, giving the party to the Revenge of The 90’s that the next day, Saturday, May 7thwill close this historic edition, with the participation of special guests.

After two sales phases, exclusively for students, the weekly passes sold out even before the poster was announced. Daily tickets, costing €10 in pre-sale (until April 29), €11 during the event (between April 30 and May 7) and €13 (if purchased on the same day), are available. from today (April 5th), online, at bol.pt and at burnadasfitasdoporto.pt.

Tickets purchased at the Queimódromo ticket office, open between the 26th and 29th of April, from 10:00h to 20:00h and between the 30th of April to the 7th of May from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00h, are subject to a service and printing fee that increases the value of the ticket in 1€.

The collection of wristbands, which allow access to all days of the event, (upon presentation of the student’s card and identification document) must be done at the Queimódromo between the 26th and 29th of April, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and between April 30th to May 7th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 am. It is recommended that the purchase of tickets and the collection of wristbands be done as far in advance as possible to avoid queues at the entrance to the venue.

Queima das Fitas is focused on the dematerialization of ticket sales, making them as sustainable as possible, however, being the first year and promoting an adaptation period, there will still be tickets available at CTT, El Corte Inglés, Fnac and Worten stores, among others.

With the exception of the first day of the event, in the early hours of Saturday to Sunday, when the doors open at 00:01 on the 1st, this year the event (which has an age rating of M/16) will open earlier (at 20:00) and will close the access door at 4:30 am. All spectators who are inside the enclosure will be able to remain until the end of the festivities.

The Queimódromo is the final destination for students, after participating in the various activities and ceremonies that take place throughout the week of the Queima: the Monumental Serenade, the Cultural Sarau, the Gala Ball, the Bênção das Pastas Mass, or the Tuesday of the Cortejo, which on the night of the Queima das Fitas will feature the traditional presence of Quim Barreirosan artist with a total of 32 performances in the event’s history.

Armed with all the mystique, fraternity and sharing, the President of the Academic Federation of Porto, Ana Gabriela Cabilhas, says that this will be one of the most “responsible, sustainable and memorable editions ever, of the biggest event in Porto and one of the biggest in the world”. country”, recalling that this will be the first major academic event at the national level after the difficult times experienced due to covid-19. It should be noted that this year the President of the Republic himself promised, on National Student Day, a visit by Professor Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

Remember that it all started in 1920, with the Festa da Pasta, a celebration started by medical students at the University of Porto.

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