MEO KALORAMA revealed today on Metaverse MEO the daily program of its second edition that will take place in Parque da Bela Vista between August 31st and September 2nd   Daily tickets will be available for 65 euros from June 13th at noon. This is also the last week to purchase the general pass for the promotional price of 145 euros, which will cost 160 euros starting at noon on June 13th.

It is already possible to book the camping services by presenting a promotional code (check information on the website), which includes Camping and Bungalows, with several accommodation options, the novelty for this 2nd edition of MEO Kalorama being the possibility of accommodation in Glamping – DOMO Camp, providing an even more comfortable stay. All offers are complemented by a free shuttle service between Lisbon Camping and the festival site


Among the new confirmations revealed today for the 2nd edition of MEO KALORAMA in the Metaverso space, which was developed by the Instinct communication agency, providing a meeting point that will remain in operation from today until the festival, we highlight The Hives who will present their sixth album “The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons”, due to be released in August and the first in over a decade. Englishman Baxter Dury, son of the late “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll” author (Ian Dury & The Blockheads), who came to prominence in the early 2000s as the lead singer of Kilburn and the High Roads and has released four solo albums and collaborated with artists such as The Kills, Jarvis Cocker, and The Whites Stripes, will also be at Parque da Bela Vista to present the new “I Thought I Was Better Than You”, released last June 2nd.

On the electronic front, Tiga promises to remind us why he continues to be one of the most consensual names, while James Holden takes us on a journey of discovery of “Imagine This Is a High Dimensional Space of All Possibilities”, the new album released at the end of March.

Shygirl brings her fast and direct rhyme, while Chima Isaaro and Saint Caboclo complete the programming of the PANORAMA stage, one of the great novelties of this edition, dedicated exclusively to electronic music, with a quadrifonic sound design, and that in its debut parades a daily cast of luxury dedicated to all the aficionados of the dancefloors, since the opening of the doors, until the closing of the enclosure.

This year MEO KALORAMA embraces again the initiative “Chelas é o Sítio”, project founded by Sam The Kid with other figures of the neighborhood of Chelas, which finds in the festival voice and stage for the rising talents in the neighborhood community and in the national music scene: Rato-Chinês on August 31, Gui Aly and NECXO on September 1 and Snake Gr on September 2.

We regret to inform you of the cancellation of performances by Lil Yachty and Slowthai for reasons beyond the control of the festival.


Regarding Sustainability, in 2022 MEO Kalorama was an absolute success in terms of waste management. The event managed to recycle 62% of all waste collected, while the remaining 38% was used to generate energy. It was thus distinguished as an ECO EVENT by Valorsul, which identifies MEO KALORAMA as a zero waste to landfill event. In this second edition, Last Tour, promoter of MEO KALORAMA, consolidates the 3 pillars of the festival, Music, Art and Sustainability, at a time when it has obtained the prestigious B CORP certification, which attests to its commitment to the community and the planet, in line with UN Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.


7 people 7 hills 7 stories

The WE ARE MEO KALORAMA community takes shape and ballast by showing the intersection between cultures, art and the people who inhabit and shape the city of Lisbon, embodying the 3 pillars of the festival, Music, Art and Sustainability. Inspired by the 7 hills of the city, WE ARE MEO KALORAMA shows the perfect blend of what it means to live in Lisbon in 2023: Portuguese and foreigners, visual artists, ceramists, tattooists, booksellers, skaters who find in the Portuguese capital the perfect inspiration and rhythm to create and share their art. The result are 7 mini-episodes available on the festival’s social networks and tell the story of professional dancer Carlota, Ukrainian tattoo artist Sasha, French ceramist Cécile Mestelan, Brazilian bookseller and founding partner of the iconic Livraria da Travessa, Rui Campos, the skaters who founded the women’s magazine Betesga Skate Magazine, English painter Helen Butler and the Batukadeiras Orchestra of Portugal, a project that is part of the Association of Cape Verdean Women in the Portuguese Diaspora.


The line-up for the second edition of MEO KALORAMA, which includes national and international names, male and female, new and established, reinforces once again the care and meticulous curation which marked its debut edition, having been considered The Best Festival 2022 by Time Out magazine and which was also distinguished by public vote with the awards Best New Iberian Festival and Best Concert by an International Artist in Portugal (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds) at the Iberian Festival Awards. It is currently nominated as one of the finalists for the Marketeer 2023 Awards in the category of Art, Culture and Entertainment.