The 14th edition of NOS ALIVE Festival has been officially postponed to 2022 taking place in the second week of July on the 6,7,8 and 9 in Oeiras, Lisbon.
The festival’s comment about the postponement states: “We look forward to returning to the Promenade of Algés to welcome you with open arms, but due to the current situation that limits the movement between countries, is impossible for most tours to take place in the summer of 2021, which forces us to postpone the festival to 2022.”
Many unmissable acts have already been announced and NOS ALIVE promises an electric reunion between the public and the best national and international music acts. They have recently announced two huge incredible headliners for the second day of the festival, taking place on the 7 July 2022, which are none other than Florence and the Machine and Jorja Smith.
Florence and the Machine returns to the Passeio Marítimo de Algés stage, for a highly anticipated and long-awaited concert in Portugal, boasting six Grammy Award nominations and winning Best British Album at the Brit Awards for their album Lungs back in 2010. The artist, most recently, released the song “Call Me Cruella”, the original theme song to the Disney film “Cruella”, starring Emma Stone. They have released a total of four albums, in which three albums have reached the top ten in the U.S Charts and has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide!
Jorja Smith, also returns to NOS Alive after performing on the Sagres Stage in the last edition of the festival back in 2019 and various concerts around the globe. Jorja Smith’s career has gone from strength to strength over the years due to her composition and the delivery of her songs, where the audience can really feel the raw emotion and talent of a young woman navigating the world.
Other confirmed artists for the 6 July are The Strokes, Modest Mouse, Fontaines D.C and Parov Stelar. Joining Jorja Smith and Florence + The Machine at the festival on 7 July are alt-J, Glass Animals, Inhaler, Dino D’Santiago and Seasick Steve. The confirmed line-up on 8 July are Metallica, Royal Blood, St. Vincent, Moses Sumney, Tom Misch and Hobo Johnson. On 9 of July, Imagine Dragons, Da Weasel, Faith No More, Two Door Cinema Club, Phoebe Bridgers, Parcels, Manel Cruz and Caribou will take to the stage.
Additionally, tickets purchased for NOS Alive'20 and NOS Alive'21 are valid for the corresponding weekdays of NOS Alive'22.
For more information and to purchase tickets please see nosalive.com, with other places to purchase the tickets being SeeTickets, CTT, Ticketline and Festicket.